Positions in Vietnam For TEFL Qualified Teachers

Date posted:2015-07-19 | Writer: Major Education | Email: [email protected]

Major Education is an English centre in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City. We provide English courses to students of all ages and levels at our center and also provide EFL teachers to public schools around the city.

We are looking for native level EFL teachers to teach either at our center or public schools. The position is fulltime, salary based of between $1,000-$1,500 (depending on level of experience and qualifications), with bonuses, health insurance, scooter driving license, Vietnamese lessons and 24 paid holidays per year on top. We also offer free accommodation to teachers, which includes cable TV, internet and water. They pay for the electricity. Teachers will stay in ensuite rooms, fully furnished, with cleaning service in a shared house with approximately 4-5 other ESL teachers. 

Requirements are: native level speakers, bachelor degree, teaching certificate, such as TESOL or TEFL.

Positions are open from now until end of December.


Contact us at the email address given on the job heading for more information, or to apply.

Thuy Anh


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 unit discusses skills, teaching methods, and the role of a teacher. I learned that one benefit of group teaching is that you can do interactive group activities and higher level students may be able to help lower level students. As a child, I was taught using grammar translation, but I've never heard of audio lingualism, The Silent Way, and PPP, so it was interesting to hear about them.English language has several future tenses. The most common are: the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going + infinitive and two present tenses - the present simple and the present continuous (both with future application). In this unit I have learnt the differences between these tenses and in which situations I can use each of them.