Paid TEFL Argentina Buenos Aires Internship

Quaint, charming Argentina is an oasis for both experience and value.

The cost of living is low, the porteños (locals) are incredibly friendly, the street food is abundant (and tastes 1,000x better than whatever leftovers you’re eating now), and the opportunities for teaching English as a native or fluent English speaker in Argentina are boundless.

Bonus: You’ll find enough tango classes to fill up every day of the week, so when you’ve wrapped up your lesson planning, you’ll always find a new corner and barrio to explore—not to mention a new alfajore to sample.

Argentina Buenos Aires Internship

Start: Monthly

6 Months

Offers End: March 11

£529.00 £329.00
Additional payment of £1,104.04 needed if your application is successful

What’s up for grabs?

Monthly stipend up to USD $650~$900 (€575~€800/£500~£700)

4 week face-to-face TEFL course

30 hour Teaching Young Learners Course

70+ page Grammar eBook

In-depth Lesson Planning Guide


Accommodation assistance

Free Spanish lessons

Visa guidance

Ongoing in-country support

Certification upon completion of program

Apply if you are:

  • Aged between 18 – 50
  • Fluent or native English speaker
  • High School graduate (A-levels, High School Diploma, Leaving Cert, Matric)
  • TEFL qualified (included)
  • Flexible, hardworking and mature
  • In good mental and physical health
  • The owner of a clean police record
You'll Need
  • Note: Fluent speakers are asked to write an essay as part of the application process to confirm a satisfactory English language level.

Accredited Courses

Hear from our past interns

Rolling up nine must-try things on your TEFL internship in Argentina, past interns put you on track to experience the most incredible adventure.

How it works

  • Apply

  • Interview

  • Documents

  • Go to Buenos Aires

Before you go, you’ll have an application form to fill out and documents to submit, a video chat and then you’ll be on your way.
Before you go
You’ll have an application form to fill out and documents to submit, a video chat and then you’ll be on your way.

Your Teaching Experience

You’ll adore being based in Buenos Aires for your TEFL internship, where the bookstores and Old World charm are bountiful.

The peak times to find English teaching jobs in Argentina are in the spring, AKA the start of the school year (which lasts March-December).

During your first week enjoy free Spanish lessons, helping you settle in fast. Plus, as part of your TEFL course inclusions, you’ll complete 10 hours of observed teaching practice at a local institute—who could later be your future employer!

Most TEFL placements in Buenos Aires involve teaching groups of adult business clients or adolescents, and you can expect to be given a fixed syllabus.

Don’t worry, you’re not on your own, young gaucho. You’ll have a local teaching colleague to assist you daily.

Your TEFL salary in Argentina will range from 150-175 pesos hourly and you can expect to work between 30-40 hours weekly.

It’s a full schedule, but it’ll zip by faster than that empanada you just inhaled!

Cultural Excursions

Wondering what you’re going to do with your precious free time? We’re glad you asked. We know your adventure bucket list is long, but make sure you tack these recommendations from past TEFL interns in Argentina towards the top!


Hip, working-class La Boca & it’s multi-colored walkway is a must-see barrio for street art enthusiasts. The 90s live on here. Be sure to stick to side streets!


Life for TEFL teachers in Argentina is sweet thanks to dulce de leche. A far cry from your fave ice cream, the real deal is as cultural as it is delicious.


Go wild at La Bombonera, the local football stadium. Fireworks, insults, fan fervor, choripán. You’ll be screaming footy chants alongside the locals in no time!

Argentina, Buenos Aires Internship

Our experience means we know the ins and outs of living and working abroad.

The Guide to Teaching English in Buenos Aires gives you a real understanding of how exciting your new life will be in one of the most culture-rich countries in the world.



    Your monthly stipend up to USD $650~$900 will cover some basic living essentials but you should budget spending money for your social life, travel and excursions during your time.

    The cost of living outside of the metropolitan areas of Argentina is reasonable, especially in comparison to big European cities.

    We recommend that you bring enough savings for your first 8 weeks of living expenses and housing in Argentina.

    Up to USD $650~$900 (€575~€800/£500~£700) Per Month

    Getting there

    All qualified applicants will fly into Buenos Aires International Airport (Ezeiza International Airport). Airport pickup is available for US$85.

    Get the Guide

    Please note final decision on exact placement location, almost everyone is placed in one area of the capital city.

    • Buenos Aires


    Practice a few Spanish phrases, learn about food and culture, plus get tips for moving to Argentina (that you won’t find in any guide book!).
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    What do you need to organize?

    • International flights: You’ll need return flights (can be two one-way)

    • Police check: You’ll need a clean criminal record

    • Health check: You’ll need to provide a health statement

    • Vaccines: Consult your local doctor for advice

    • Budget: Spending money for living essentials, eating out and any excursions, etc.

    • Visa cost: You’ll have support to obtain your visa

    • Insurance: It’s really important to sort your travel and health before you go!

    • Accommodation: Can be arranged for 4 weeks at US$1120 however cheaper options are available locally

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