List of Online ESL Schools For College Students
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: Oakary is our trusted recruiting partner that helps teachers getting English teaching jobs by matching your teaching preferences and qualifications with schools’ criteria. Oakary is based in San Francisco, CA. They work with both Online ESL schools and teaching abroad in the classroom in China and Taiwan. The benefit of having Oakary for job application is that it only requires one single job application submission from you as a candidate, then they will help you match and connect to the HR of the multiple schools based on your teaching preferences and qualifications.
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: Am Class is a relatively new company. Only hire American teachers. Offer good base hourly rate, $20-30 currently. They pay weekly. Job Descriptions $20-30 USD per hour. (can reach potentially $50 per hour, more details will be updated). For new teachers, the pay rate is $20/ hr, And if teacher teaches 64 classes within two […]
Review: ABC 360 pay rate depends on where you are from with the top pay being between $12-14 an hour. The hourly rate of 105-150 PHP per lesson is for teachers from the Philippines. After the probationary period, you can participate in further incentives. They have a strong support group on Skype as well. The lessons are 17 minutes long and if you are good you will have bookings from day one. You can check out their Facebook page for further information.
Review: PK Fish only hires native online ESL teachers that have a Bachelor’s degree or above, or if they are a senior in college with a solid GPA. Having some sort of certification like TEFL or TESOL is an advantage but not required. The computer requirements for PK Fish is a Microsoft Windows PC with a minimum bandwidth upload of 5 Mbps and download of at least 10 Mbps. You will be teaching kids from 4 to 12 years old. The pay rate is $17 – $19 per 40-minute lesson as long as you reach the bonuses of up to $1.00 per lesson for participation and up to $1.00 for performance. Their peak hours are from 6:00 – 9:10 PM Beijing standard time. You are required to work a minimum of 6 hours per week which works out to 8 lessons.
Review: ALO7 has a base pay of $7.50 for each 25-minute class ($15/hour) with incentives. It is working with Chinese students so the peak hours are 6PM-9PM Beijing time. The majority of classes are 1-3, one tutor, three students. There are some 1-1 classes and some 1 – many (3 or more) classes too. ALO7 provides all materials and training. You do not need to have a North American accent to apply or be accepted to teach. What is unique about this company is that they work with enrichment schools in China, not through parents. Schools will book tutors for 20-40 weeks in a row. This means that there is reliable and consistent work, and tutors are able to work with the same students week after week.
Review: Etalking Online hires native and non-native teachers, but they prioritize teachers from native-English speaking countries. Teachers can use either Windows or MAC OS. You will be required having an upload speed of 10Mbps or more and a download speed of 25Mbps. There is no requirement for a degree or teaching certification. Most of the classes are with adults, but their children’s programs are growing so there will most likely be a bit of both in the future. The peak time is from 2-3PM and 9-10PM Beijing time (UTC +8 hours). They are looking for teachers that can open up as many hours as possible. The pay rate is from $12-17 per 45-minutes class.
Review: SinceWin teaches English Online to 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: TwoSigmas is a recruiting agency based in the UK. 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: 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.