Job in Hungary For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2018-08-06 | Writer: Angol Intézet | Email: [email protected]

Angol Intézet is a rapidly expanding English language school located in Budapest, Hungary focused on teaching English to adults for the purposes of English language communication in work and business. We are seeking TEFL qualified native level English speakers to fill the role of English language teacher.

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Angol Intézet currently has three locations in Budapest and also offers English language instruction on site at companies. The success of the language school has proven that demand for personalized English language instruction in the premium segment is strong, and this TEFL position represents an excellent opportunity and an unforgettable time abroad for the right candidate.


 The position involves teaching English as a second language (ESL) to adults in small group (2-6 students) and individual (1:1) classes. Course focuses include business English, general English, targeted preparation for job interviews, presentations and negotiations, and language exam preparation. Courses take place in our modern, high-level language centres in Buda and Pest and on-site at companies in Budapest.

There will be also opportunities for teachers who enjoy teaching young learners to do so as part of our young learners program starting in September. 


- Native level English speaker

- Internationally recognized ESL teaching qualification required (Cambridge CELTA, TESOL  or equivalent)

- Enthusiasm, professionalism, responsibility, and reliability,

- EU citizenship.


- Two to three years of English teaching experience,

- Experience teaching business English,

- Experience and willingness to teach learners of a wide range of levels (A2-C1),

- Experience teaching young learners,

- Experience in exam preparation for internationally recognized language exams such as IELTS and Cambridge,

- Experience living or working abroad,

- Basic knowledge of and/or experience in business,

- Openness to technology and news ways of teaching,

- Basic awareness of news, trends, and current events.


- Partial flight compensation within the EU,

- "Hit the ground running" accommodation stipend,

- Paid induction and mentoring upon arrival, continuous professional support,

- A 9 month contract with a guaranteed, fixed monthly salary (HUF 300,000/USD 1,200),

- Local public health insurance,

- The opportunity to earn extra income through overtime (optional),

- Free monthly fitness pass at a premium fitness facility,

- Paid holiday and sick leave,

- Premium clientele. Contract duration: September 2018-June 2019 (with an option to extend).


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading for details about the application process.

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.


This section covered pronunciation and phonology and I learned an invaluable qunatity of information about this subject. The pronunciation of specific sounds is something that was emphasized and it includes the analysis of different sounds that the human mouth and vocal chords can make. I learned several unique teaching techniques for pronunciation and phonology during these lessons.This unit was about the difference between created and authentic materials, involving mostly course books. This is important because we as teachers have to deal with the books we are given, whether or not they are accurate or practical. If they are not, we have to supplement/provide additional materials, such as creative materials. It's good to know the difference between the two.