Thailand TEFL Internship

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120 Hour Online TEFL Course & 2-month volunteer internship!

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Thailand Kanchanaburi
Teaching in Thailand

Thailand TEFL intern Jasmine Gaterell We have sat and played with the children every lunch time, I have looked out the window every single bus journey and we spent last night in our little modest house on the school grounds chatting away, colouring and laughing. Moments I will treasure because the experience has forced me to truly live in the moment and I have never been happier!

Jasmine-Leann, Thailand intern

Thailand TEFL intern Matthew Bignell This is just what I needed, and probably the most worthwhile thing I’ve ever done. The real world teaching experience was invaluable and hugely enjoyable and Thailand was amazing to us; I fell in love with the country completely.

Matt, Thailand intern

This communal togetherness that we are being included in is central to Thai culture. Everyone here knows each other, shares what they can and looks out for one another like a big, happy family. We don’t have that in London.

Pashka, Thailand intern

Thailand TEFL intern Toluwa Oyelele The Thai culture I think is amazing to discover, observe and learn. I loved learning the language, new food tastes, how to cook it, Thai mannerisms. I loved playing Thai games with the kids and generally just absorbing the culture. This is one of the best things I loved about the TEFL Internship.

Toluwa, Thailand intern

My experience in Thailand has been one in a million. It really was a trip of a lifetime! I met the most amazing people, learnt so much about myself and the world as well as taught in a fantastic school, and made some golden memories.

Heidi, Thailand intern

Overview

No degree or teaching experience required!

Live and teach in Thailand – with a difference! Spend two months in one of the most popular travel hotspots in the world, teaching English and sampling the local lifestyle.  This Thailand TEFL Internship package will give you the perfect balance of travelling and teaching – ideal if you’re wanting a taster of what being a TEFL teacher is like. Once fully qualified on our 120 Hour TEFL Course, you’ll be heading to Thailand where you’ll spend  most of your time in the picturesque area of Kanchanaburi – a traveller’s dream with stunning landscapes and friendly locals.

You and your fellow teachers will be based in a number of small towns around the area, we’ll sort the accommodation so you can focus on being the best TEFL teacher. Don’t worry – you’ll be living with a friend, we never place someone on their own and you’ll have our in-country support on hand if needed.

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25,75

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Teaching

75,25

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Travel

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In-country Support

*please note, this is a guide only

  • 120 hours online TEFL training
  • 7-week volunteer internship teaching English
  • Orientation & full support throughout
  • Group 20+ interns
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Trip details

 
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Day 1

Arrival in Thailand

You’ll arrive into Bangkok airport, where our partners on the ground will meet you and arrange transport onwards to start your orientation in Ayutthaya.

Day 2 - 3

Orientation

Your orientation will start in the ancient capital of Thailand, Ayutthaya. Take this chance to meet the other interns, discover Thai culture and history, and explore your beautiful historic surroundings with some expert guidance.

Thailand TEFL intern Harrison White with his students at school in Ayutthaya, Thailand

Day 4 - 50

Your teaching experience

Now it's time to travel over to Kanchanaburi, a rural area surrounded by lovely landscapes with a real beating traveller heart.

All of the Thai schools are in secluded small towns and villages, and your students will have a really basic knowledge of English, so there’s an opportunity for some really rewarding teaching here. Accommodation and some meals are included, and you’ll have plenty of spare time to explore your amazing surroundings in between teaching hours. Our partners will be on hand throughout to give you support, or just suggest a fun excursion for the weekend!

 

Day 51

Transfer to Bangkok

On your last evening in Kanchanaburi, a farewell meal will be organised for you and your interns to mark the end of your amazing teaching experience.

On your final day, you'll say goodbye to Kanchanaburi and transfer back to Bangkok for a final night’s stay in the city centre before your flight home.

 

Further information about this trip...

  • Inclusions

    What's Included?

    • 120 Hour Online TEFL Qualification
    • 7-week volunteer internship teaching English
    • Advice & pre-departure preparation
    • Airport pick-up & in-country transfers
    • Orientation in Ayutthaya
    • Accommodation & some meals
    • Farewell dinner in Kanchanaburi

    What's not included?

    • International flights
    • Visas
    • Police check
    • Travel insurance
  • Am I eligible

    What you need:

    • Be fluent in English
    • Be aged 18-35
    • 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 English in Thailand – that’s why we include our excellent 120 Hour Online TEFL training in our Internship packages.

  • 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 require return flights to Bangkok International Airport (BKK).
    • Visas: Approximately US$35 for 30 days or US$86 for 90-day renewal – details on booking, will need organising before you fly.
    • Budget: We recommend budgeting approximately £90/€120-£300/$360 a month for meals that aren’t included. Western food will cost much more than local or street food.
    • Police check: You must carry a clean police check, please consult your local police department (costs may vary).
    • 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 Hour Online TEFL Qualification
  • 7-week volunteer internship teaching English
  • Advice & pre-departure preparation
  • Airport pick-up & in-country transfers
  • Orientation in Ayutthaya
  • Accommodation & some meals
  • Farewell dinner in Kanchanaburi

What's not included?

  • International flights
  • Visas
  • Police check
  • Travel insurance

Am I eligible

What you need:

  • Be fluent in English
  • Be aged 18-35
  • 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 English in Thailand – that’s why we include our excellent 120 Hour Online TEFL training in our Internship packages.

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 require return flights to Bangkok International Airport (BKK).
  • Visas: Approximately US$35 for 30 days or US$86 for 90-day renewal – details on booking, will need organising before you fly.
  • Budget: We recommend budgeting approximately £90/€120-£300/$360 a month for meals that aren’t included. Western food will cost much more than local or street food.
  • Police check: You must carry a clean police check, please consult your local police department (costs may vary).
  • 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.

Where will I be going?

Bangkok

Bangkok

The capital of Thailand is known throughout the world for its vibrant street life, next level food and fast pace. A city of contrasts reflect at the Buddhist temples before diving into the nightlife of Khaosan Road.

Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya is the former capital of Thailand and the ruins of this ancient city are preserved in the lush greenery of the national park. A peaceful and picturesque change to bustling Bangkok, relax and explore one of the many temples.

Kanchanaburi

Situated in the west of Thailand, an area of incredible natural beauty, visit amazing waterfalls, explore caves and lush jungle – the perfect place for hiking. Disrupting this stunning scenery is the infamous Burma Railway, captured forever in the film The Bridge on the River Kwai.

Available dates

From To    
26th July 2019 15th September 2019   Available
8th November 2019 22nd December 2019   Available