Teaching English in Burma (Myanmar)

Date posted:2013-01-23 | Writer: Asia Language and Business Academy | Email: [email protected]

Asia Language and Business Academy (ALBA) is a small, private international school in Yangon, Myanmar. Our growing school established ten years ago and has an excellent reputation in Myanmar. With additional facilities and growing enrollment, we are in need of additional degree qualified EFL teachers. Currently, there are also positions available for math (part time) and music classes (full time).  

ALBA offers an attractive, supportive, caring, flexible and social working environment.

·         ALBA has always been planning for expansion; hence vacancies for Native English-speaking Teachers are always available

·         ALBA can accept either short-term or long-term contracts with foreign teachers

·         ALBA can accept foreign teachers (who are working for other organizations) if they wish to join as part-time teachers

ASIA Language and Business Academy
66, Shwedagon Pagoda Road 
Near Nawaday Street 
Dagon Township,

Yangon, Myanmar 

Tel           : 0973011426, 0973154742, 376314, 376236, 384055
Fax          : (95)1-384055

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.


Managing classes as portrayed in this lesson seems to be a matter of common sense, by and large, in which the teacher treats students in much the way that he or she would like to be treated as a student. That is that everyone should be treated with courtesy, and encouraged to participate in the classroom instruction as much as each individual wishes to take part, according to his or her abilities.I learnt the different kinds of English tests that is provided for students, teachers and also people who needs English as a second language. As I have worked in London before, I did the IELTS test so I am familiar with it. As almost all Singaporeans can speak English and takes English as our first language, I thought that we should be excused from taking the IELTS to be allowed to work in Britain.