Paid Thailand TEFL Internship

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Live and teach in vibrant Thailand for 5 exhilarating months

Teaching in Thailand
Thailand Islands
Kids in Thailand

i-to-i Thailand intern John Although my experience in Thailand has been short, I have thoroughly enjoyed myself and have come to love this country. I love it so much I would be overjoyed to stay; there are still so many things to see and do.

John, Thailand

i-to-i Thailand intern Kenisha Being in Thailand has opened new prospects for me. The Thai people are so friendly and overly accommodating; and as a culture they’re very respectful to people in a higher position than themselves. Working with children has pushed me, but it’s also been a massive reward.

Kenisha, Thailand

i-to-i Thailand intern Emma Teaching and living in Thailand has been such a life-changing experience. In the past six months I have learnt, seen and done so many new things, and been to so many new places. I have learnt how to ride a moped, speak a bit of Thai and most importantly, teach children English; such a fun and fulfilling thing to do!

Emma, Thailand

Overview

Must hold a degree | Must hold a passport from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand

Teach English in the land of smiles – Thailand! Famous for its crystal clear waters, white beaches and palm trees you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in paradise. Live and teach in this beautiful country while getting to know the people and immersing yourself into the chilled Thai way of life. You’ll spend five months teaching in one of our friendly partner schools, plenty of time to immerse yourself in the local community and gain invaluable teaching experience at the same time. Meet up with your fellow interns at the weekend, let your hair down at a full moon beach party or find some inner peace by visiting Thailand’s serene temples.

With a generous monthly allowance you’ll be able to explore Thailand and enjoy the world famous Thai cuisine – Pad Thai will never taste as good again! Kick start your Paid TEFL Internship in the heart of Thailand, Bangkok, where you’ll get to know your fellow interns and explore this buzzing city before you head off to your teaching placement! It’s up to you what you do and where you go when the teaching comes to an end. We’ve helped place past interns into full-time teaching jobs across Thailand. Or why not continue your travels across Southeast Asia with the money you’ve earned! Whatever you choose to do you’ll be armed with a TEFL qualification and experience – the world really is your oyster.

10,90

90%
Teaching

90,10

10%
Travel

0,100

In-country support

0,100

Paid

*please note, this is a guide only

  • 120 hours online TEFL training
  • Orientation & full support throughout
  • Group Size: 100+
  • Accommodation included
  • 5 months’ practical teaching experience
  • From 22,000THB (£500/US$620) per month living allowance
  • 10,000THB (£225/US$280) completion bonus
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Trip details

 
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Bangkok at night

Day 1

Getting there

Touch down in Bangkok (BKK) where you’ll be met by our in-country team who will transfer you to a hostel in the centre of the city, your home for the next 5 days. You’ll be staying here with your fellow interns and it’s the perfect chance to get to know everyone.

Day 2 - 5

Your trip begins!

Your orientation in Bangkok will be jam packed, giving you a taste of what to expect on the internship. Your introduction to Thailand will include a tour of Bangkok, Thai culture, history and language lessons and plenty of opportunities to get to know your fellow interns.

Your 120 hour TEFL qualification will mean you're totally equipped for the classroom, boosting your confidence and preparing you for the first day at your new school. At the end of the orientation you’ll head off to your placement school.

Child Learning

Day 6 - 149

Your teaching experience

You’ll teach at one of our partner schools, our in-country team will let you know where you’re placed before you start the internship.

You’ll have 5 months to really get involved in local life and the day-to-day running of the school. You’ll typically be teaching a full time schedule of around 20-22 face-to-face hours a week, with the rest of the working day assigned to planning lessons and other teacher duties.

You’ll get accommodation provided for you and receive a very generous living allowance of 22,000THB per month – that’s about £500/US$620 and more than enough to live really well by local standards. After the first month you've got the chance to earn a bit more cash if you want to arrange your own accommodation, giving your monthly allowance a bump up to 26,000THB (£590/US$750).

Our in-country partners will be on hand to provide 24/7 remote support just in case you need them, so don’t hesitate to call on their insider knowledge!

 

Day 150

After teaching

At the end of your teaching experience, it’s really up to you how you proceed. Plenty of our interns have found full-time teaching jobs in Thailand and further afield with the assistance of the in-country team. If you fancy just continuing on with your travels then you’ll be really well equipped with all your TEFL experience. If you want to head home after your internship don’t forget you’ll need to book a return flight from Bangkok.

 

Where could I be going?

Bangkok

Diverse and magical Bangkok, also known as Krung Thep to the locals, is renowned for its multifaceted personalities. Buddhist temples sit alongside air-conditioned super malls and the buzzing throng of open air markets are sandwiched between towering skyscrapers. Jump in a tuk-tuk and see for yourself!

Trat, Thailand

Trat

Beautiful beaches are nestled along the coastline in this rural Thai town. With street markets and a busy port you’ll be spoilt for choice of where to go for food in the evening. As Trat borders Cambodia, there’s no reason not to visit another Southeast Asian country in your spare time!

Chanthaburi

Famous for its gem markets every weekend you’ll be swept away by the colourful stones on sale. Balancing a bustling street life with the more peaceful coastal villages, you’ll find somewhere to relax after a day of teaching.

Rayong, Thailand

Rayong

Whether you want to sample some of the fresh seafood, relax on the beach or jump on a boat to the famous party island of Koh Samet there’s something for everyone in Rayong.

Further information about this trip...

  • Inclusions

    What's included?

    • 120 hours of TEFL training
    • 5 months’ teaching experience
    • Advice & pre-departure preparation
    • Visa support & ongoing in-country support
    • Airport pick-up & transfers
    • Orientation in Bangkok (meals & accommodation included)
    • Accommodation
    • From 22,000THB (approx. £500/US$620) per month living allowance during teaching
    • 10,000THB (approx. £225/US$280) completion bonus
    • Certificate and reference on request
    • Employment support and advice on completion of internship

    What's not included?

    • Flights
    • Visas and visa administration fees: Up to £100/US$120 (fees vary from country to country)
    • Work permit, teacher’s licence, visa extension & health check: £240/US$300 (subject to change)
    • Police check: See details in ‘What will I need to organise?’
    • Budget: Approximately £800/US$1,000 to cover the first month
    • Travel insurance
  • Am I eligible?

    What you need:

    • Be fluent in English
    • Be aged between 20-35
    • Hold a University degree
    • To be a native English speaker with a passport from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand
    • Ready to get stuck into teaching English abroad

    What you don't need:

    • Prior teaching experience
    • A second language

    Get your TEFL training completely free as part of your internship, and get qualified to teach English overseas – for life.

    • 120 hours online TEFL training – become a confident English teacher with your online course, and study on any device!
  • What will I need to organise?

    There are a few things to get sorted before you go – don’t leave it too late!

    • International Flights: – You’ll need return flights to Bangkok International Airport (BKK).
    • Visas: The costs for visas vary from country to country.
    • Police check: You must carry a clean police check. For the UK you’ll need to pay approximately £60 for an ICPC (International Child Protection Certificate). For all other countries, please consult your local police department (costs may vary).
    • Budget: You’ll need to cover costs for your first month in Thailand – we’d suggest budgeting about £800/US$1,000 to cover you before your first pay cheque.
    • Travel insurance: this is really important – don’t forget to sort yours before you travel! Travel insurance can be complicated – so click here for some great advice from our friends at the FCO.

Inclusions

What's included?

  • 120 hours of TEFL training
  • 5 months’ teaching experience
  • Advice & pre-departure preparation
  • Visa support & ongoing in-country support
  • Airport pick-up & transfers
  • Orientation in Bangkok (meals & accommodation included)
  • Accommodation
  • From 22,000THB (approx. £500/US$620) per month living allowance during teaching
  • 10,000THB (approx. £225/US$280) completion bonus
  • Certificate and reference on request
  • Employment support and advice on completion of internship

What's not included?

  • Flights
  • Visas and visa administration fees: Up to £100/US$120 (fees vary from country to country)
  • Work permit, teacher’s licence, visa extension & health check: £240/US$300 (subject to change)
  • Police check: See details in ‘What will I need to organise?’
  • Budget: Approximately £800/US$1,000 to cover the first month
  • Travel insurance

Am I eligible?

What you need:

  • Be fluent in English
  • Be aged between 20-35
  • Hold a University degree
  • To be a native English speaker with a passport from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand
  • Ready to get stuck into teaching English abroad

What you don't need:

  • Prior teaching experience
  • A second language

Get your TEFL training completely free as part of your internship, and get qualified to teach English overseas – for life.

  • 120 hours online TEFL training – become a confident English teacher with your online course, and study on any device!

What will I need to organise?

There are a few things to get sorted before you go – don’t leave it too late!

  • International Flights: – You’ll need return flights to Bangkok International Airport (BKK).
  • Visas: The costs for visas vary from country to country.
  • Police check: You must carry a clean police check. For the UK you’ll need to pay approximately £60 for an ICPC (International Child Protection Certificate). For all other countries, please consult your local police department (costs may vary).
  • Budget: You’ll need to cover costs for your first month in Thailand – we’d suggest budgeting about £800/US$1,000 to cover you before your first pay cheque.
  • Travel insurance: this is really important – don’t forget to sort yours before you travel! Travel insurance can be complicated – so click here for some great advice from our friends at the FCO.

Available dates

From To    
29th April 2017 20th October 2017   Fully Booked!
15th October 2017 31st March 2018   Available