Employment teaching English in Yangon, Myanmar

Date posted:2003-05-02 | Writer: Horizon Int\'l Education Center | Email: [email protected]

HIEC is an independent, private co-ed school established in 2000 in Yangon, the capital city of Myanmar. Our next academic year is opening on 26th of May and the school is moving to its new campus. Additional details of the school can be obtained at Contact us .

Some of the details of the offer are as follows:

*One academic year-contract
*visa, return-ticket to and from BKK, accommodation assisted
*maximum 30 hours of teaching load
*maximum 24 students per class
*motivated kids, friendly and casual atmosphere
*minimum 700 US$ for the right candidates
*other benefits

A successful candidate should be:

*a university graduate of the relevant or any related field
*a person with enthusiasm and passion for teaching
*a native speaker of English
*able to move to Yangon latest by 20th of May
*an experienced teacher (a big advantage)
*good in personal conduct, appearance and mannerism

Should you wish to apply to any of the advertised positions above, you may email a cover letter, your CV and a letter of reference to [email protected] .

If we wish to pursue your application, we will provide you with further details.

More information aboout our school can be found at:

Contact us


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


I enjoy the way we were explained the different phases of teaching a language in Unit 7. Being exposed to a new language, understanding its meaning, understanding the way it is constructed and finally being able to produce it are the four main things that makes a student learn a new language. In order for this to happen we can use ESA methods that will give the teacher tools making the learning process of its students more effective.Unit 3 covers the many varied EFL teaching methodologies before focusing on the \"Engage, Study, Activate\" structure. While some of the aspects of the ESA teaching style were review for me, I did find the suggestions for activities in each part very useful for future lesson plans. Additionally, the section on when and how to properly correct students was also quite helpful as it gave a very clear idea of how to give proper feedback.