List of Online ESL Schools For Students In College
We built a list of online ESL schools for college students looking for a job. One of the issues that we continue to run into is that there are college students that want to teach English online. Many of the schools require that you have a degree.
In looking through our list of online ESL jobs we see that there are schools who will let you apply to them with the requirement that you are working towards your degree. We built this list specifically for those types of teachers.
Note: there are jobs that do not require you to have a college degree. You can use the search page to easily find these.
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Review: SayABC is part of VipKid with a pay-rate of up to $21 per 40 minute lesson ($15 base, and $6 bonus per lesson based on attendance and productivity) per 40 minute lesson. All lessons are group lessons of four students whom you will teach for a three month period of time. You should have an Associate or Bachelors degree or are about to graduate. You do not have to have a US accent but you should be a native English speaker or have a neutral accent. They do require that you are located in certain countries due to their advanced platform that runs off of their servers. Continue reading below to find the current list. They require a three-month contract that can easily be renewed if you continue to meet the needs of their students and follow their policies.
Review: Oakary is not really a school, but a recruiting agency that help teachers getting ESL job(s). Oakary is based in San Francisco, CA. They hire ESL teachers mainly with a neutral North American, British, or Australian accent. They work with schools $14-$25 per hour depending teaching experience. You will be teaching both Chinese kids and adults learners with a minimum of 5-12 working hours per week.
Review: Go Fluent requires the teacher to teach business English so make sure that you have that type of background. They are highly demanding though when it comes to hours so be certain that you can work four or more hours a day during the weekdays. They teach both one on one and group lessons. They are currently hiring native English teachers and ones from the Philippines. It does look like the native teachers desired would be American, Canadian or British citizens.
Review: Barons English is currently looking for teachers who live in the UK and be able to teach Business English, college students who need help passing tests, and children, all of whom are from South Korea, Japan and China. Lessons are one-on-one for 25 or 50 minutes.
Review: Two Sigmas is based in the UK but they are looking for native teachers from North America with a neutral North American accent. ESL teaching experience or a current teaching certification is preferred along with a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as Education, Linguistics, Languages. You will be teaching children between the ages of 5-12. The main hours are between 7am-11am Eastern U.S. time on weekdays and 11am-11pm on weekends. The pay is great at $20 and above.
Review: Qkids are strict when it comes to hiring teachers that are based in the United States, Canada and China with a university degree. If you are working towards your degree you will also qualify. Their students are children and you will be working the typical schedule that other Chinese companies have for teaching Chinese children. Please note that this company continues to change their name. They also go by JiuQu English and as of September 2017, they are making another name change to QKids. They have a facebook page here as well named Funbulous.
Voxy requires a college degree or a teaching certificate so do not apply unless you have either one. Given that it is based out of New York they tend to be highly professional, they pay on time, and the pay rate is fairly good. They also require that you are very tech-savvy and have a computer with a good camera, a headset with a microphone, and a strong, reliable hardwired internet connection. Thier workhours are 1:00AM-11:00AM EST weekdays, 12:00PM – 5:00PM EST weekdays, 1:00AM-11:00AM weekends and 12:00PM-12:00AM weekends. It also helps if you speak Spanish or Portuguese.
Review: Tutoring 360 is similar to Cambly, but is focused on students from Korea. By the way, they have changed their website a few times. The current one is Tutoringgo.com. Just in case you are a little confused! You either need to have a degree or be currently enrolled towards your degree. There is no requirement for having a TEFL or other certification but you need to have previous English teaching experience. Similar to Cambly, students call you if you are online and on standby status. You also have the ability to message students to ask them if they want to have lessons. The main thing to remember with sites like this is that you need a professional profile and introduction video so that you stand out from the rest.
Review: SinceWin is looking for online ESL teachers to teach kindergarten children, age 3~6. They accept both native teachers and non-native speakers with a neutral accent. Different from typical sit down TPR, teachers at SinceWin is required to stand up TPR, which will then projected on a large TV screen in the classroom in front of 15~25 kids. There will be an additional assisting teacher in the room in local kindergarten.
Review: TutaPoint provides live, Internet-based, one-on-one tutoring services in high-school-level courses. You must be a resident of the United States and have a valid Social Security number. You must be enrolled in or have graduated from an American or Canadian college or university and meet TutaPoint.com’s technical requirements. You also must have at least two years of prior teaching experience. TutaPoint tutors are undergraduate students, graduate students, professors, teachers, retired teachers, substitute teachers, and other professionals who have expertise in one or more featured academic subjects. The working hours are from 9:00 am to 1:00 am, Eastern Standard Time. TutaPoint expected you to commit to a minimum of five hours of teaching per week. All of your students are from all over the United States and Canada. You will be paid $14 per hour with additional bonuses and incentives.