Teach English in Peru
There are so many reasons you should choose to teach Peru, there is a growing demand for English teachers and there are so many things to do in your spare time. If this experience appeals to you view our guide and apply today.
Guide to Teaching English in Peru
People in Peru speak Spanish and various native languages and now more and more people are keen to learn or improve English skills. Locals are looking to improve their job and career prospects, especially in the larger cities and learning English is a good way to do this.
Eligibility & Requirements
Peru is one of the few countries where you can teach English without having a degree, TEFL course and experience. A lot of schools are very flexible and just require teachers to be native English speakers. If you are looking to gain experience then you might want to view our volunteer programs in Peru, this is a good way to gain new skills in a classroom environment and make new contacts.
Reviews of Teaching English in Peru
"My three weeks spent with Tinkuy Peru has at times been a challenge, but has ultimately been a hugely rewarding experience. The children at the mountain school are so enthusiastic and full of energy, which certainly makes things fun at times! Teaching English to a group of children who have little grasp of the language was at first difficult (especially since my Spanish is well below par!) but got much easier as time went on, and the students really help by trying so hard. One of the nicest parts of this experience has been seeing how affectionate the children are their smiles, hugs, and kisses always brightened up my day! On top of all this, living with Tino and his family has been both a pleasure and a privilege, they are wonderful hosts!"
- Joanne Page