Application Process

How does everything work?

1. Apply to teach

Fill out your profile. Include your work experience and a recent photo.

2. Book an interview

Choose a time slot for your Skype interview.

3. Interview with us

We will be helping you until you're ready to travel to your destination.

4. Plan your trip

Get your visa and remember to bring your passport!


What have our teachers said about us?


"I've just finished my second year in Foshan, China. It's no where near as crowded as other parts and definitely heaps cheaper for rent. I ended up only working around 27 hours in class so along with my prep work tutored quite a few one on one students to make extra Yuan. I was surprised that I really only taught spoken English the whole time, but it was a lot of fun and i'm ready to head elsewhere after this weird and wonderful place."


"As I type this feedback that Teach To Travel asked me to do i'm sitting on a beach in Rayong on my day off...I'm in love with Thailand and the kids I get to teach, they are so enthusiastic and they're learning really quickly! This is my first time teaching abroad and so far I think that teaching long-term is my plan and Thailand was a really nice way to start as the agency were super supportive and the locals very welcoming. I'd say to anyone considering teaching in Thailand to just do it, you only live once!"


"What to say? I've been teaching for 6 years, Peru, South Korea, China, Hong Kong and now i'm looking towards Saudi Arabia. Teaching has allowed me to see the world and get paid to inspire young minds. There's nothing quite like engaging with a student, especially if they were struggling at first and I use some of my own techniques along with the set curriculum to achieve results that I and the schools have been happy with. I also published two ESL books in South Korea which they use I'm told to this day, really proud of that. Teaching is my life and i'm loyal with Teach To Travel supporting me with the visa process, finding me decent schools and just being decent people to deal with."

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

Teach to Travel