Vacancies aren’t usually advertised online, so most English teachers compile a list of schools that they’d like to work for, before calling them up and sending their CV/resume across.
Most English teachers find a job within a month of their initial search and students are likely to be children between 7-15, and are a joy to teach, as they’re very eager to learn!
However in 2013, the Malaysian government ran a scheme where English teachers would teach maths and science in English and this has raised the profile of (and demand for) TEFL teachers once again.
To teach English in Malaysia you will need a degree, a minimum of 120 hours Professional TEFL certificate, and at least two years’ teaching experience.
A good salary and low-cost of living is what draws English teachers to this tropical country, but whilst demand is high for people to teach English here, there aren’t as many jobs as more traditional TEFL destinations like Japan and China.
A lot of Malaysians are fluent in English, so some of the English teaching jobs are taken up by the native population.
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