Opportunities For EFL Teachers in Vietnam

Date posted:2016-04-12 | Writer: Huong SET VN | Email: [email protected]

SET ViệtNam is looking for native level English teachers who are available to teach in Vietnam from June of this year. We have two positions available:


We are in need of 5 full-time native level EFL teachers who can teach English for adults … in the North provinces with following information:

- Time: total teaching hours: 36 hours/ week; 6 hours/day

- Time to start: from June / asap

- Student: Vietnamese English teacher.

- Salary: 2,800 $/month.

- Duration of contract: 2 months


- Visa & Work Permit support

- Free Accommodation


One native teacher to teach English at an English center in Uong Bi city, Quang Ninh province, which is close to Ha Long bay as below:

- Time: total teaching hours: 22 hours/ week

- Time to start: from June / asap

- Students: 5 - 18 years old

- Salary: 26 - 28,000,000 vnđ /month depending on your qualifications and experience.

- Currency of the contract: 6 months - one year


- Visa & Work Permit support

- Free Accommodation

Requirements for both positions:

- Native English Teacher. (US, UK, Aus, Canadian, Ireland, South Africa)

- Have degree and teaching certificates, such as TESOL/TEFL/CELTA.

- Have some teaching experience.


Please send your copy of passport, degree, teaching certificate and a photo of you via email to the address given on the job heading.


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 was a very informative unit, where we were exposed to the various tools/teaching aids that one can use in a classroom, and how each one of them have specific advantages over the others. The unit also has a fairly large repository of reference material that one could use to prepare lessons, to supplement classroom material and to share with students for further advancement in language.This unit covered teaching aids and their proper uses. The various aids are: board, IWB, OHP, visual aids, worksheets, cassette recorder, CD player, videos, DVD's, video camera, computers, course book, dictionaries, and online resources. YouTube is a personal favorite of mine that I hope to use frequently. Not all of these aids will be available and at this point some of them are obsolete.