Paid TEFL Internship in Cambodia

Teach English in Phnom Penh for 2.5 months

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Paid TEFL Internship in Cambodia

Teach English and explore Cambodia whilst experiencing its rich culture 

Start: June 2017

3 months

WAS: £999 NOW: £799

Offer ends: 31st March

Monthly allowance of $300 (USD)

240 hour TEFL Expert Course

Airport pick-up & transfers

 7-day Orientation


Meals Mon – Fri

Khmer language lessons

Khmer cookery lessons

Visa guidance

Ongoing in-country support

TIP  You don’t need to be a native English speaker or have a previous teaching experience to apply for this internship.

TEFL Internship in Cambodia

Teach English and explore Cambodia whilst experiencing its rich culture 

WAS: £999 NOW: £799

Offer ends: 31st March

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Immerse yourself in Khmer culture in the bustling capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. A diverse country filled with ancient temples, steeped in history and lined with idyllic sandy beaches. Traditional cuisine is tasty and inexpensive but what makes Cambodia extra special is the gentile locals, so friendly and welcoming.

After 10 weeks of living and working here you might not be ready to leave. World famous for its UNESCO heritage site, Angkor Wat Temple at Siem Reap, attracting thousands of visitors every day. Based in Phnom Penh you’ll fill your leisure time with exploring historic buildings and architecture, learning about the Khmer Rouge and browsing all the market stalls offering every kind of souvenir possible.

You’ll begin with a 7-day orientation about living and teaching in Phnom Penh. During this orientation, get an introduction to the country’s intriguing history, language and culture.  You’ll also get a sense of what to expect when you begin your teaching position and what your school expects of you.

TEFL experience requirements

  • Fluent or native English speaker
  • Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in any discipline
  • TEFL qualification (included)
  • Min 18 years old
  • Flexible, hardworking and mature
  • Good mental and physical health
  • Clean police record

How it works

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

Getting there

All qualified applicants will fly into Phnom Penh International Airport (Pochentong International Airport) where you’ll be picked up.

What do you need to organize?

  • International flights: You’ll need return flights
  • Police check: Need to have police clearance
  • Budget: You’ll need to cover eating out and any excursions etc
  • Travel insurance: this is really important to have in place
  • Vaccines: Consult your local doctor for advice
  • Visa costs

Your teaching experience

You’ll be based in an English language school during your TEFL experience in Phnom Penh and you’ll enjoy weekends off to sightsee. Most placements will involve teaching students with a range of ages and English ability from teens to mature learners, generally beginner to intermediate levels.

You can typically expect to teach up to 25 contact hours per week, plus some preparation time to lesson plan following the in-house curriculum. Your goal as an English teacher on this internship will be focused on conversational English practice.

However, depending on demand you may also have the opportunity to teach English for hospitality or healthcare, business communications and public speaking classes. Whilst there is a syllabus to follow, you’ll be able to ask advice from local teaching colleagues to assist with any help that you need.

Ten teaching workshops are also included in your TEFL internship training in-country.


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

  • Phnom Penh

Outside the classroom

Take advantage of the cultural inclusions in this TEFL experience by attending free Khmer cookery classes, by the end of the four sessions you’ll be a culinary whizz. Pick up the lingo and really live like a local with free Khmer language classes.

Cambodia offers amazing opportunities for visitors to learn about its history and culture too. Whether you stay in the capital on weekends or take a $25 dollar flight to Siem Reap, you’ll be spoilt for activity choices in your free time.


With $300USD monthly allowance you’ll enjoy a comfortable social life. It’s important to know the cost of living in Cambodia is extremely low-cost, a local English teacher can expect to earn just $250USD per month.

When budgeting your spending money, remember you’ll be placed in rent-free shared-room accommodation in a Khmer style townhouse with other teachers. Enjoy 3 meals per day Mon – Fri (except school holidays) plus access to a bicycle during your stay.

After your internship, full-time teaching positions are available with salaries up to $1000USD per month. Our Khmer team will be happy to help you extend your stay in glorious Cambodia.