Episode 05, English Teacher Job Hunting in Vietnam – Wall Street English Interview.

We hope you enjoyed this video, we tried to document the process as much as we could. Sorry we did not cover more interviews at different companies, but we did not end up going for as many as we expected. Since we basically only went to Wallstreet English and
Vinschool.

If you have not seen our other videos documenting our experience of becoming a TESOL certified teacher here in Vietnam, you can check out our playlist here –

If you have any questions, we can help you with them, Rhett did go for one more interview at Yola, so if you need to know anything about that or Wallstreet English, do not hesitate to comment below and we will provide as much help as we can 🙂

The ESL series includes topics such as the paperwork required to work in Vietnam, signing up for and attending a TESOL course in Ho Chi Minh City, the day to day experience of being on the course, attending observations and teaching practices, and a summary of our experience and thoughts about the course.

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We’re Rhett & Claire, a couple from Johannesburg, South Africa. We left Africa to embark on an adventure starting off in Asia! We would really love to have you follow along on this adventure! Our first few months will be spent in South East Asia where we are enrolled for a TESOL course in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam!

Our goal for this channel is to document and show you guys as much of the process as possible while making it fun, informative and cinematic. So stay tuned if you are interested in exploring new places with us, eating weird and wonderful foods and diving into the local culture and life as an English teacher in Asia.

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26 Comments

Rhett and Claire

June 29, 2020

We hope you enjoyed this video, we tried to document the process as much as we could. Sorry we did not cover more interviews at different companies, but we did not end up going for as many as we expected. Since we basically only went to Wallstreet English and
Vinschool.

If you have not seen our other videos documenting our experience of becoming a TESOL certified teacher here in Vietnam, you can check out our playlist here – http://bit.ly/2JUTol6.

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John Do

June 29, 2020

You both are such lovely people, so genuine. VN needs more visitors like you.

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quy nguyen

June 29, 2020

I hope that you guys can pass the job interview in order to have a dream job in Vn

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Denise Murphy

June 29, 2020

Hello Rhett and Claire, I'm researching the process of becoming an ESL teacher in Vietnam and came across your videos. Thank you so much for this series, it is very informative and gives a very good idea of what I could expect. That definitely helps with the unknowns and anxiety of making this type of life change. 🙂

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Ana Lara

June 29, 2020

Aww! You two are adorable. Subscribed.

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Amber L

June 29, 2020

Great video guys! I taught in Vietnam for a year and a half, so if you need more tips, stories and advice read my website 🙂 https://ambersdestinology.com

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Sharan Sathyamoorty

June 29, 2020

Hey guys.
I’m from India and would like to work as an ESL teacher in Vietnam. Can you please guide me.
I have the following qualifications
✅ Bachelors degree in Engineering (BE)
✅ TEFL (120 hours in-class training)
✅ 2 years of teaching English in India
Hoping for your response.

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P N

June 29, 2020

Hahaha, that was what I was going to say, Claire was smiling walking back, but she was probably tired 🙂 First day:) You survived:)

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P N

June 29, 2020

When you mentioned how coffee tasted differently…was that from the same coffee house? In VN, depends on which coffee shops you go to, most well known shops (usually within the city) serve reputable coffee while some use cheaper/adulterated coffees.

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P N

June 29, 2020

i didn't get if you mentioned the area you stayed. Was that Quan 7 or Quan 2, Saigon?

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Philip Elikem

June 29, 2020

i have a degree in computer science and i want to teach in vietnam. how do i start everything

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Kiran Sudha

June 29, 2020

Please help me with your name ( If I want to ask someone their name)
Is this sentence grammatically correct?

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Gajanan K

June 29, 2020

Very informative video. Hey guys I too wanna teach English in Vietnam.

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Yen Nguyen

June 29, 2020

Hello guys, I’ve been watching several videos from your channel. Love them all! Since y’all ESL teachers, just wondering do you tutor online or in person? How much does it cost? Thanks.

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Tra Hoang

June 29, 2020

Nguoi dân Viet Nam rất thân thiên

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Henrry The Gamer

June 29, 2020

Food I live in Vietnam and the tragic here is horrible life here isn't that great lol

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danny48834

June 29, 2020

I am a Vietnamese ,living in America, I do not drink Vietnamese coffee, the coffee is nasty, very bad, I don't drink it at all.

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Michael Danger Dobbs

June 29, 2020

love the video, good, editing, good quality and nice music. i am excited to see more from you all. My apartment lease in the USA is up this December, I am planning on Moving out to get a job teaching English In vietnam this coming January of 2020. I was reading there is a big festival/celebration in February and most schools don't hire that, is it worth it for me to come out in January or should I wait until after February and come out in March?

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Mecerna Mae Silvio

June 29, 2020

Oh great! I am also an Online English Teacher for kids. The rate there is really good compared to us here in the Philippines. It is so much more higher. Good luck guys!

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Quy Phan

June 29, 2020

Good video. If you wonder why is the cafe really bitter sometimes, I can answer for you that it is traditional cafe of Vietnam. Amost vietnamese drink cafe without sugar or milk or even ice due to that it is made more energy and conscious.

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I am grateful

June 29, 2020

Very handsome and sharp looking teacher

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I am grateful

June 29, 2020

Congratulations Claire. You are awesome. All the best

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BP HOYER

June 29, 2020

Beautiful teachers!

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Aaron Venema

June 29, 2020

Based on my experience teaching in Asia.

Don’t use a job recruiter (the school needs to pay whoever referred you, hence you receive less)
Looks on job forums and contact schools yourself

Don’t work for huge training centers (less pay, more work)

Everything is negotiable (supply and demand, they need you more than you need them)
My current job in China, I was able to get them to increase the pay offer by about $1000/month, agree they pay all utilities, and double my completion bonus. I teach 12.75 hours a week at a kindergarten, free housing, and receive 21k yuan after tax per month.

In Asia you get what you negotiate.

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vin nguyen

June 29, 2020

Thanks for your great video goodluck guys

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The Hungry Black Panda

June 29, 2020

I love how you guys are in vietnam.. My home country!! Thats cool. You guys are ESL teachers.. Comes. In handy for so many vietnamese

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