Teach English in Taiwan with LanguageCorps' TEFL Certification

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Teach English to students in Taiwan with LanguageCorps
Teach English to students in Taiwan with LanguageCorps


Your Teach in Taiwan program with LanguageCorps will include a four week intensive TESOL Certification course in Cambodia and assistance in finding a teaching job in Taiwan. While in Cambodia, you will be able to network with others teaching English in Asia, and tours of Phnom Penh and Angkor Wat. Your teaching position in Taiwan will be found with the help of LanguageCorps. You will be either teaching English to children or to adults in Taiwan with one of many schools affiliated with LanguageCorps.

There may be a short period of time between your training in Cambodia and your job placement in Taiwan. You are free to use this time to explore Taiwan. Popular activities include visiting street markets, touring temples and museums, staying in mountain resorts and beaches, and driving through national forests.

  • Internationally accredited TESOL Certificate
  • Pre-departure job-finding assistance
  • Meet program participants of other Asian locations
  • Prepare for a successful, highly rewarding teaching career anywhere in the world

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Taiwan in general does not have an age limit for teaching and people over the age of 60 have been successful in finding jobs there.


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Treasures in Taiwan

Taiwan is a great place to explore East Asian culture, make a good wage, and teach with great facilities among experienced teachers and staff. Its extensive rail system and the availability of cheap scooters makes traveling in Taiwan a real treat, and it has not only traditional tea farms, beautiful mountains and coast, but also bustling city centers. One of the best things about Taiwan is its night markets- where you can sample local cuisine, mingle with the young and old or play a carnival-type game. Taiwan's people are some of the kindest and most helpful, the country is extremely safe, and you can find anything you really need here- including fantastic health care at a next-to-nothing price range. If learning Chinese interests you, that is also a viable option, as you can take classes at local universities or meet with a language exchange partner for one-on-one tutoring (I recommend this-both cultural and language exchange can be very rewarding for both people!) It's easy to follow your own path and discover all Taiwan has to offer while meeting great colleagues and gaining fantastic teaching experience.