Paid Vietnam TEFL Internship

$1,199.00 was $1,599.00

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Friday 28th July

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Live and teach in the colourful community of Vietnam for 4.5 months

Vietnam
Vietnam children
Countryside in Vietnam
Ha Long Bay
Temples in Vietnam

i-to-i Vietnam Paid TEFL intern Christina There are plenty of opportunities to socialise with the rest of the interns: because there’s so many of us, you never find yourself alone, which is actually really nice. There’s always someone who’s up for doing what you would like to do, whether that’s drinking or just chilling.

Christina, Vietnam

Overview

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

If you’re looking for a teaching experience which will challenge you in a new and exciting culture our Paid Vietnam TEFL Internship is for you. A country steeped in history with idyllic beaches and beautiful countryside, there’s plenty to keep you occupied when the teaching day ends. Learn the ins and outs of life in Vietnam during your action-packed orientation week with the help of our brilliant in-country experts. You’ll be living like the locals with a group of fellow interns so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to build new friendships.

One thing’s for sure, you won’t be going hungry with the delicious food on offer at every turn – you’ll become the phō expert (Vietnamese style tasty soup)! With a great living allowance you’ll be able to take full advantage of your free time and explore this incredible country. Whether you’re getting in touch with your spiritual side at a temple or sampling the local spirits at the bar we promise you won’t be short of things to do.

Map of Vietnam
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 & support throughout
  • 4.5 months’ practical teaching experience
  • US$700 (£550) monthly living allowance
  • US$700 (£550) completion bonus
  • Group Size: 100+ (spread across several locations)
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Trip details

 
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Day 1

Getting there

Travel to Hanoi airport and a member of our in-country team will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. You'll be staying here with the other interns for your orientation week.

Day 2 - 8

Welcome to Vietnam!

Your orientation week is a great chance to get to grips with the country that will be your home for the next few months. Meet the other teachers over a welcome meal, learn about Vietnamese culture and history - you might even pick up some basic Vietnamese to tide you over! Enjoy an interesting tour around Hanoi – the perfect chance to get some expert tips.

You'll spend your orientation week in Hanoi and from there you'll travel to your placement city. You could be in Hanoi, Hue, Haiphong, Halong, Vinh or one of our other cities. Wherever you're placed, you're sure to have an amazing time experiencing the local culture and sights.

Vietnamese Children

Day 9 - 126

Your teaching experience

Now it’s time to put your TEFL learning to the test! Your 4.5 month teaching experience gives you an amazing chance to get rewarding hands-on teaching experience in a major Vietnamese city.

You’ll be teaching learners of all ages - from 4 to 18 years old (and in some cases adults), so there is plenty of opportunity to make the teaching experience count. Your monthly living allowance of US$700 (£550) is really generous, and will enable you to live comfortably during your internship. You’ll share comfortable accommodation with other interns (though you might not teach at the same school as them), and there will either be a school canteen or easy access to street food stalls.

Your free time is yours to spend as you please, so we recommend getting out there and exploring the local area – check out temples, take a boat trip, and gorge on some of the delicious, affordable street food that Vietnam’s famous for.

 

Day 127

After teaching

After your teaching experience you’ll get your completion bonus, and it’s up to you how to spend your time. Why not explore the rest of Vietnam? Or if you want to carry on teaching in the region there are many opportunities that our in-country partners can advise you on.

 

Where will I be teaching?

Hanoi

Hanoi

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam has more historic and cultural sites than you can shake a stick at! A city which reflects its history, lose yourself in the winding streets and discover new tastes at every turn. The old world charm contrasts with the hustle and bustle of this city, rapidly modernising before your eyes.

Hai Phong

Hai Phong

A short trip away from world famous Ha Long Bay this city does things at a slower pace compared to the capital Hanoi. That’s not to say there’s less going on, feed the turtles at the Du Hang Pagoda or visit the Flower Market by Tam Bac Lake.

Hue

Hue

When the sun goes down that’s when Hue comes to life as the night market on Nguyen Dinh Chieu street opens its doors – get ready for some bartering and snag yourself a deal on some traditional Vietnamese goods. When the teaching is over for the day, head to Lang Co beach, with white sands and crystal clear waters it’s the perfect way to relax and unwind.

Further information about this trip...

  • Inclusions

    What's included?

    • 120 hours of TEFL training
    • Advice & pre-departure preparation
    • Visa support
    • Airport pick-up & transfers
    • Orientation week (meals included)
    • Tour of Hanoi
    • Vietnamese lessons
    • Accommodation
    • 4.5 months’ teaching experience
    • US$700 (£550) monthly living allowance during teaching
    • US$700 bonus on completion
    • Ongoing in-country support
    • Academic support and advice on future employment
    • Certificate and reference on request

    What's not included?

    • Flights
    • Visas, visa administration fees and document legalisation
    • Police check
    • Budget: You’ll already be on a generous living allowance so budget approximately £20 – £40/US$30-US$55 per week in your first month
    • Travel insurance: this is essential – sort yours before you go!
  • 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, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand
    • Be ready for an adventure teaching English abroad

    What you don't need:

    • Prior teaching experience
    • A second language

    You’ll need to be fully TEFL trained to teach in Vietnam – but with TEFL training  included in the price, we’ve got you covered.

    • 120 hours online TEFL training from i-to-i – study anywhere, on any device and get the skills you need to teach English confidently.
  • What will I need to organise?

    Before you travel, there are a few things you need to sort. Keep things easy for yourself and don’t leave them ‘til the last minute!

    • International Flights: You’ll need return flights to Hanoi (HAN).
    • Visas: Either $50 for single entry or $100 for multiple entry 3 month business visa (when purchased at the airport in-country). Subject to Embassy fees if purchased before departure.
    • Visa extension and work permit: $250 payable in cash in-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).
    • Important document legalisation: for your degree, police check and TEFL qualification (For UK passport holders and UK degree holders only) – £120 per document.
    • Budget: You’ll be on a generous living allowance but you may need to cover costs for excursions etc.
    • 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
  • Advice & pre-departure preparation
  • Visa support
  • Airport pick-up & transfers
  • Orientation week (meals included)
  • Tour of Hanoi
  • Vietnamese lessons
  • Accommodation
  • 4.5 months’ teaching experience
  • US$700 (£550) monthly living allowance during teaching
  • US$700 bonus on completion
  • Ongoing in-country support
  • Academic support and advice on future employment
  • Certificate and reference on request

What's not included?

  • Flights
  • Visas, visa administration fees and document legalisation
  • Police check
  • Budget: You’ll already be on a generous living allowance so budget approximately £20 – £40/US$30-US$55 per week in your first month
  • Travel insurance: this is essential – sort yours before you go!

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, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand
  • Be ready for an adventure teaching English abroad

What you don't need:

  • Prior teaching experience
  • A second language

You’ll need to be fully TEFL trained to teach in Vietnam – but with TEFL training  included in the price, we’ve got you covered.

  • 120 hours online TEFL training from i-to-i – study anywhere, on any device and get the skills you need to teach English confidently.

What will I need to organise?

Before you travel, there are a few things you need to sort. Keep things easy for yourself and don’t leave them ‘til the last minute!

  • International Flights: You’ll need return flights to Hanoi (HAN).
  • Visas: Either $50 for single entry or $100 for multiple entry 3 month business visa (when purchased at the airport in-country). Subject to Embassy fees if purchased before departure.
  • Visa extension and work permit: $250 payable in cash in-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).
  • Important document legalisation: for your degree, police check and TEFL qualification (For UK passport holders and UK degree holders only) – £120 per document.
  • Budget: You’ll be on a generous living allowance but you may need to cover costs for excursions etc.
  • 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    
19th August 2017 12th January 2018   Fully Booked!
7th January 2018 31st May 2018   Available
August 2018 January 2019 Exact Dates TBC Available