TEFL Jobs in Myanmar (Burma)

Date posted:2016-11-16 | Writer: MySayar | Email: [email protected]

MySayar proudly invites you to the newest TEFL destination in Asia, Myanmar. We are now accepting applications for teaching positions throughout Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon. Our partners range from international schools, language centres, primary schools, and private colleges. Our services are completely free of charge for EFL teachers. We are not a contractor, we provide the opportunity for teachers to work directly with local schools in Myanmar.

Myanmar is the perfect destination for teachers that want a refreshing change and to make a positive impact in the lives of their students. The country is changing quickly, and now is the time to experience this incredible nation.


• A selection of teaching jobs in Myanmar

• Pre-vetted employers

• Visa sponsorship

• Contract negotiation assistance

• Airport pickup

• Accommodation assistance

All at no cost to you.


• A bachelor's degree in any subject

• Be a native English or fluent speaker

• A clean background history

Our preferred requirements are:

• A CELTA, TESOL or equivalent

• At least one year of teaching experience


Please email us at the address given on the job heading, with your CV and a short note on why you would love to teach in Myanmar. We look forward to hearing from you!

209, Anawyahtar Road

Pabedan Township



+95 (0)979 311 0985

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.


Unit seven is about teaching methods of new vocabulary, grammar and functions. I learned the different ways to teach and engage students depending on what material teachers are supposed to introduce. For example, when teaching new vocabulary, is best to start by showing pictures of animals, after practicing pronunciation then we can pair them with verbs and start forming small sentences.In active transitive sentences, we can tell when we are dealing with a phrasal verb by trying to move a preposition to the right. If it can be moved to after the direct object, we know that we are dealing with a phrasal verb rather than with a prepositional phrase. But in passives, we obviously can't do this, because there is not any object to move a preposition/particle to the right of.