Vietnam Internship vs. Finding your own job

Want to teach in Vietnam but wondering whether to do an internship or find your own job? Here’s a handy comparison table to help you out!

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  1. Ibrahim

    I want to teach English in vietnam,it’s possible for non native speaker?

    • georgiesmith

      Hi there – you may have to be more selective about the jobs that you apply for, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to find work in Vietnam if you have a degree and can get the correct visa. If you want any more info, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Thanks

  2. Deniz


    I have degree but not in English or teaching. I have my degree from US though I am not a native speaker. How can I apply for a job in Vietnam?

    • catherinegreenwood

      Hi Deniz, thanks for getting in touch! A degree in any subject is absolutely fine – it doesn’t need to be in English or teaching, specifically. To teach in Vietnam, you’d need a TEFL certificate and then you can apply for jobs. It shouldn’t be a problem that you aren’t a native speaker – some jobs may specify that they’d prefer one but there are non-natives currently teaching over there. If you’re interested in learning more about TEFL courses, you can contact our TEFL experts here: All the best!

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