About the Course
You’ve taken the first step in an adventure that will change your life, as well as those of others!
Teaching English as a foreign language is a rewarding experience, and a fulfilling way to discover other destinations and cultures. Studying and working abroad is also a great achievement that you can proudly list on your CV/resumé. We have options for both degree and non-degree holders. Cambodia is the ONLY country in SE Asia where you can LEGALLY teach without a bachelor’s degree, and so signing up to our ‘Course plus Placement’ package is an excellent choice.
Destination TEFL, Koh Samui opened in 2011 as Samui TEFL, on the beautiful tropical island of Koh Samui, Thailand. With expansion in mind, the natural progression was to open another training centre in Cambodia – a land where ancient and modern worlds collide to create a unique destination. So Destination TEFL, Siem Reap is our new venture! At either location you’ll find the same quality 140-hour TEFL / TESOL course with highly skilled and passionate trainers, and teacher practicum in local schools, businesses and NGOs.
Whichever TEFL destination you choose to do the course, you can be assured of a spectacular location. Choose Koh Samui for a tropical beach vibe, or Siem Reap for its rich culture and proximity to the world heritage site of Angkor Wat Temple Complex.
Not sure which country you’d like to see? Why not visit our packages page and view our ‘See 2 countries’ options, whereby you can do your course in one country, and be placed in another, offering the best of both worlds!
Study Cambodia, Teach Cambodia (degree and non-degree holders)
Study Cambodia, Teach Thailand (degree holders only)
Study Cambodia, Teach Vietnam (degree holders only)
3 week, 120 hour Virtual TEFL Course plus 2 weeks, 20 hour onsite orientation and teacher practicums.
Or … you can do the course only and let the world be your oyster as to where you decide to venture. We have graduates teaching all over the world including South America, Europe, The Middle East, Asia and Africa. Where will your next destination be?