Category Archives for "Teaching English in Vietnam"

My first few months teaching English in Vietnam

    Hello, my name is Linus. I am 32 and from Dublin. Ireland. I earned my CELTA qualification in April 2018. I immediately got to work on trying to find employment in Vietnam. Having tried to go the direct route by emailing potential employers, I eventually gave up and instead turned my attention to […]

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Teaching in Vietnam – My First Days

Teaching in Vietnam and my first impressions Entering into the city I could already see the chaos. It was a far cry from the well-paved streets of Dublin. We arrived early morning, dropped our bags at the hostel and set out for a bite to eat. We were stopped just steps away from our hotel […]

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5 top tips when thinking of teaching English in Vietnam

Teaching  English in Vietnam -Some Student Tips  Bikes: Our students may love their bikes but remember to check your insurance policy to see what it includes around motorbikes. You may need a Vietnamese licence to be sure you are covered. Visa: Let’s make this process as smooth as possible, and I do not say that lightly. Checking through immigration is […]

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Top 7 reasons to live in Vietnam

I asked one of our teachers to list the top reasons to live in Vietnam–and this is what she said.  1. The Vietnamese. The Vietnamese are the most wonderfully caring people. A nation who have persevered through the worst and come out the other end welcoming and full of smiles despite their hardship. They have a good sense of humour which is why they say […]

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