Teach TEFL in Hanoi, Vietnam

Date posted:2005-04-14 | Writer: Sunrise Global Education | Email: [email protected]



  • B.A./B.S.

  • TEFL / TESL Certification preferred

  • Experience

  • Persons with EFL experience and ESOL experience in deliverying content subjects at the university and graduate levels will be given priority.

  • Instructors with graduate degrees in potential content areas are preferred, including Business, Finance, Education, Management, and other content areas.

  • Interesting and willing to commit to excellence in an educational environment.

  • Meeting both the language and higher education needs of Vietnamese young people from middle school to post-graduate levels.

  • Native speakers are strongly preferred, but non-native speakers with content-area experience and strong English skills will be considered.

  • At this time, strong preference is given to applicants currently residing in Ha Noi, Southern China, or other provinces of Vietnam.



  • Pay is competitive based on local economy.

  • Extensive in-house training provided, with options of certfication, diplomas and masters level studies available.

    Ha Noi is a beautiful city, with parks, lakes, and opportunities for active recreation. It is just a few hours from Laos, China, spectacular beaches and scenery, and minutes from fascinating rural provinces.

    To Apply

    Please submit resumes pasted into your email text (no enclosures) to:

    Dr. Mark Uerkvitz
    General Director - School of Languages and University Studies


    C.C. to Ms. Tran Thi Dan
    Director - Sunrise Global Education at [email protected] , [email protected] , [email protected]

  • 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.


    In this unit I learned about the different past tenses and how to explain to students when it would be appropriate to use those tenses. It is important to practice the use of the past tenses to avoid confusion. I will work on lesson plans using different games and tools for the students to be able to practice the past tenses. I will also need to assist them when they get confused between the different past and present tenses.This unit was a detailed lesson in the different types of teaching groups a teacher may come across while teaching English as a second language. The video listed the advantages and disadvantages of teaching different special groups as well as tools and ideas on how to keep students motivated. The reading provided more details of the different learning groups as well as problems that a teacher may face and ways to handle them.