Teaching English in Indonesia is something that thousands of people decide to do every year. It is a great way to experience a unique diverse culture, visit breathtaking locations and enjoy a fantastic year abroad.
Whether you are looking for your next ESL job or are wondering how to teach English in Indonesia for the first time, EF English First recruit hundreds of English teachers just like you every year for our schools across the country.
We have a simple to follow recruitment process and arrival support making sure your transition to English First is as simple as it can be. Watch our video below, and see how to teach English in Indonesia following one of our teacher's arrival process and his first two weeks teaching.
Since 1965, EF Education First has been opening the world through education and today it's the world's largest education company focused on language academics and cultural experience.
To start your journey, all you have to do is submit your application for a teaching position. If you meet our requirements, a recruiter will reach out to start your interview. We will help you prepare for departure and, if you don't have one, we can help you obtain TEFL certificate!
When you arrive, an EF driver will be waiting to take to you to your accommodation where you'll receive a welcome pack. The next day, you'll meet your coworkers, who might just be your next friend. Your manager will give you a personalized orientation. You'll also navigate your new city.
Check out the famous Indonesian landmarks, taste new foods, and smell new things. You'll be able to interact with the locals and then tour of the center where you'll be teaching. Once there, you'll meet your new colleagues and students. And we will get you set up with the curriculum to teach your own lessons. You will have the chance to shadow teachers and team teach together before teaching on your own.
Before you know it, you'll be settling into your new life in Indonesia and you'll be planning your first trip in this exotic country. How exciting is that?