English Teaching Internship (TESOL) at University in Japan
In this English teaching internship, interns assist undergraduate English majors in Hitachi, Japan to improve their English. Interns work in and outside of the classroom to help students with academics and communication practice as well as creating opportunities where students can use their English in non-classroom situations such as playing games and sports as well as doing other extracurricular activities. Interns will plan, execute and improve such activities, working with students and university professors. Interns will learn how to become educators in an English as a foreign language setting.
HighlightsLearn to teach English at a university in Hitachi-Omika, Japan. Take free Japanese classes. Make friends and have the experience of your life. While you must pay your own way, you only pay your expenses. No program fees are charged. This is a very economical way to intern in Japan.
QualificationsThe applicant must be a college or university student in Australia, the U.K., Ireland, New Zealand, Canada or the United States, fluent in English, have excellent communication skills and be interested in international and intercultural exchange in Japan.
What`s IncludedWhile the internship is volunteer, free tuition for any classes taken is also included.
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Provider:Ibaraki Christian University
- Japan: Hitachi-Omika
Term:Academic Year, Fall, May Term, Spring, Summer, Throughout the year, Trimester, Winter
Duration:1-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months
Participants:American, Australian, Canadian, Kiwi
Cost:We have made the program as economical as possible. Our school does not take any payment from the interns and we have found very reasonably priced housing for the students. Monthly rent ranges from approximately 20,000 to 36,000 yen per month, not including utilities and reasonable cleaning fees. We have also managed to find housing that does not require any key money.