Teach Turkish Students: Top Companies
Here are the top companies you can work for to teach English online to Turkish students. If you are interested in helping Turkish students learn English, there are quite a few options.
If you want to teach English to Turkish students then Cambly is the company for you. Though Cambly lets you teach students from all over the world, most students are from Turkey or Saudi Arabia, or South Korea, and you can tailor your time zone and profile to attract predominantly Turkish students.
Pros of Teaching for Cambly
- no degree or teaching certificate necessary
- must be a native English speaker
- earn $10.20 USD/hour
- no minimum hours, no commitment.
TurksLearnEnglish is a great opportunity to teach Turkish adults online, too. You will teach one-to-one classes to adult students. TurksLearnEnglish might be a good fit for you if you have experience teaching or living in Turkey already, as the company is interested in teachers who are already familiar with the language and customs of Turkey.
- A Bachelor’s Degree required
- Experience living in or teaching in Turkey preferred
- Teaching credentials
TurksLearnEnglish Teacher Pay
- Variable based on experience. Please comment below if you are a current teacher and willing to share your current pay rate.
Teach English: Live in Turkey
In addition to checking out these opportunities to teach English online to Turkish students, you can also consider actually moving to Turkey and getting a job in a school there. If this interests you, then read Teach English in Turkey.
I also made an extremely comprehensive comparison chart that you can look at, too. You can sort through the columns to filter by companies that only focus on Turkish students and find the company that is the best fit for you.
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