Philippine ESL Companies
The Philippines is a major destination for Koreans, Japanese and Chinese for learning English on-site in some of the major cities. The number of companies that have an online presence continues to grow as well.
The list below is sorted by the highest to lowest rated. Click on the image of the school to read the full review, find out where to apply, and read the requirements. You can use the filters and search function as well to help narrow down your choice.
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Review: Eigo Online is looking for ESL Teachers only from the Philippines to teach Chinese kids. You should have a degree along with a TESOL/TEFL certificate. There are plenty of working hours between 6am-10pm Chinese time. You should send your resume to [email protected] If accepted, the next step is an interview through Skype.
Review: Weblio mainly hires ESL teachers from the Philippines to teach Japanese students through WebRTC (Weblio’s own learning platform). You must have at least a Bachelor’s/College Degree in any field, preferably in Communication and Education with at least 1-year of teaching experience. You will evaluate student’s performance and do lesson reports after the class. Your salary is based on how many lessons you conduct, and each lesson is 25 minutes long. Applicants living in the Philippines may process their TIN, and BDO/BPI savings account while moving to the next steps of the application process. Applicants who are living outside the country are required to have a tax identification number issued in the Philippines and a BDO/BPI savings account number to proceed with the next steps of the application process. Note: Applicants are required to have the TIN and with a minimum download speed of 3 mbps.
Review: English-Mania has various courses at a low rate. They are a smaller company out of the Philippines and they hire non-native teachers.
Review: RareJob is mainly looking for ESL teachers from the Philippines to teach Japanese students and are respected company in the Philippines. You must be living in the Philippines and at least 18 years of age. The expected rate of pay is $3-$5/hour.
Review: Funnyedu is out of South Korea that only hires Filipino female ESL teachers that have an American or neutral accent. The students are Korean adults. You should have a bachelor degree in any 4-year degree course and be at least 21-years old. One year of teaching experience online is also necessary. You will be teaching from 6pm-11pm Monday to Friday and should have wired DSL/FIBER connection with at least 3 Mbps. You will have a fixed schedule with regular students. The starting rate is ranging from P180-P250 per hour and you are paid through a BDO savings account every 8th of the month. If you meet the requirements, you can send your resume to this skype ID: t.melanie (HR Personnel) for your CV review and initial interview.
Review: Bizmates is currently hiring Filipino teachers who will teach lessons over Skype at a pay rate of around $4 an hour for teaching Japanese students. They prefer those with a BA or Associate Degree from a reputable college or university. If you are an undergraduate then you must have at least three years of work experience teaching English. You must also possess basic computer skills along with mastering the use of Skype. If you have worked overseas, studied abroad, have Japanese language skills, management experience, availability on Sundays, or BPO skills all help as well. The minimum age of all applicants must be at least 23 years old. The minimum number of hours is 10 hours per week.
Review: Lingual Box only hires Filipino teachers. They are a small company with less than 25 tutors. Their lessons are 25 minutes long and are taught over Skype. Compensation is 120PHP-160PHP based on experience and the shift you work. You need an ADSL connection that is faster than 1.5mbps. They are looking for teachers with experience of at least 6 months, a BA degree in any field, and availability of more than 20 hours per week. Their preference is that you have a TESOL, TEFL, or CELTA certification. Previous experience in a call center is a bonus.
Review: On Cub school is currently no jobs available so you will have to check back at another time. The school is out of the Philippines and the pay fluctuates depending on where you live. You will work only on the weekdays and have the weekends off. Each lesson is 50 minutes long and you have a 10-minute break before the next one. The pay per hour ranges from 90-150 pesos. You will be teaching both adults and children through Skype.
Review: Altoral is mainly looking for ESL teachers from the Philippines to teach Chinese kids. You should have that you have at least six months online ESL experience, with a neutral accent, and a fast, reliable internet connection. They have a low compensation of $3 per booked hours or $1 per 25-minute video class. They pay through BPI every 20th of the month.
Review: Un Hoop base salary is 110 Pesos per hour, but they do offer an incentive program. You will need to have a stable internet connection, a quiet environment, and good equipment for teaching the students. They also require that you have finished at least two years in college and have excellent written and oral English skills. No matter if you are working online or in person you have to undergo a 10-day intensive ESL training course in Makati. If you are in the Philippines they also have other jobs to offer at their physical locations on their careers page.