• I want to thank you because the course was excellent. I still miss Cambodia and my LanguageCorps group and staff. The people who did the course with me were fantastic and we still keep in touch and the staff was beyond helpful. I am definately glad I decided to go through this program before I started teaching. It really did help me to prepare for what was to come. Also the Thai Language and Culture course which was provided gave me a head start on learning Thai. Because of that I know more Thai than people who have been here longer than me. So thank you so much, the course was both extremely fun and very informative.

    Cassie

    Thailand

    Want to Teach English in Thailand?

    LanguageCorps' Programs provide the perfect introduction to Thailand - a land of beautiful beaches, plummeting waterfalls, gilded temples, mouthwatering food, and smiling, gentle people. Program participants are regularly placed in paid teaching jobs in Thailand, and demand for English teachers remains consistently strong. Teach in Thailand with LanguageCorps and experience the adventure of a life time!

    Training & Certification

    LanguageCorps offers the following Programs in Thailand:

    • TESOL Certification - includes a four-week TESOL Certification course, job placement assistance, two exciting weekend excursions, and Thai Language and Cultural Awareness program
    • TESOL Plus - includes a four-week TESOL Certification course, job placement assistance, two exciting weekend excursions, and Thai Language and Cultural Awareness program
    • Volunteer - includes a four-week TESOL Certification course, job placement assistance, two exciting weekend excursions, and Thai Language and Cultural Awareness program
    • Volunteer Plus - includes a four-week TESOL Certification course, job placement assistance, two exciting weekend excursions, and Thai Language and Cultural Awareness program

    The TESOL Certification Program Fee in Thailand is US$1,750

    The TESOL Plus Program Fee in Thailand is US$2,300

    The Volunteer Program Fee in Thailand is US$2,595

    You can extend the length of your stay for an a...

    The Volunteer Plus option allows you to obtain your TESOL certification by participating in our full four-week TESOL Certification course. Click here for a description of the LanguageCorps TESOL Certification course. The Volunteer Plus Program fee in Thailand is US$2,895.

    The Volunteer Plus Program Fee in Thailand is US$2,995

    You can extend the length of your stay for an additional $150 per week (including accommodations, insurance and other support services described above).

    The following are not included:

    • Round-trip airfare to host country, and/or Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    • Personal expenses (meals, entertainment, local transport, living expenses, and personal shopping)
    • "Upfront" costs following the training period, such as apartment security deposits and first month's rent
    • Visa costs and fees

    Note: To ensure placement in the program you desire, we advise applying two to six months prior to your intended start date. Late placements are sometimes possible; please contact us immediately if you are applying less than two months before your desired start date.

    Are you ready to teach English in Thailand? Email, call, or write us for more information - or apply now. Learn. Teach. Explore. Travel. Give Back. Get paid to teach English in Thailand.

  • Thailand Start Dates

    To ensure placement in the program you desire, we advise applying two to six months prior to your intended start date. Late placements are sometimes possible; please contact us immediately if you are applying less than two months before your desired start date.

    The application is available here.

  • Overall, I think LanguageCorps provides a wonderful opportunity. The most important thing I took away from this past year, I think, is that my world is just bigger now. I think in terms of a global community rather than a local one. I've realized that it's pretty easy in America to ignore the major problems of the world, because being so rich, we don't have to deal directly with most of them unless we choose to... Spending time as a LanguageCorps teacher forces you to face these issues, and lots of others. My interests and priorities have definitely changed in this past year, and I want to thank you so much for making that possible.

    Emily

    Thailand

    Country Overview

    LanguageCorps' programs provide the perfect introduction to Thailand - a land of beautiful beaches, plummeting waterfalls, ornately gilded temples, mouthwateringly spicy food, and smiling, gentle people.

    What makes Thailand so special? As the only country in Southeast Asia never to be colonized by the West, its people take great pride in the preservation of their way of life, and the customs and traditions that make their country unique.

    While most locals' command of English is limited, you'll find them warm and anxious to help. Thais are among

    the most friendly and outgoing of all peoples; most are curious about foreigners, and that curiosity is tempered by their interest in Western culture and your efforts to live among them and teach their friends and families. (Our Teachers have noted that the intensity with which Thai students throw themselves into learning English is amazing.)

    Pattaya, Thailand's premier beach resort since the 1960s, anchors the 15 km of golden sand which stretches along the coast from Naklua Bay to Jomtien Beach - and is the site of our Training Center. Two hours south of Bangkok, Pattaya is warmed year-round by the sun setting over the Gulf of Thailand.

    The climate of coastal Thailand is tropical, with three distinct seasons: hot from March through May, rainy from June through October, and cooler from November through February. Average daily temperatures throughout the year are around a warm and pleasant 80F. Even in the rainy season, the rainfall is brief and the rest of the day is normally clear and sunny.

  • I want to thank you because the course was excellent. I still miss Cambodia and my LanguageCorps group and staff. The people who did the course with me were fantastic and we still keep in touch and the staff was beyond helpful. I am definately glad I decided to go through this program before I started teaching. It really did help me to prepare for what was to come. Also the Thai Language and Culture course which was provided gave me a head start on learning Thai. Because of that I know more Thai than people who have been here longer than me. So thank you so much, the course was both extremely fun and very informative.

    Cassie

    Thailand

    Job Prospects & Pay

    An average workweek is usually 25-30 hours, including class time and preparation. Schools usually open at 8:00am and generally close at 3:00pm. A typical teaching day consists of two or three lessons and then planning time.

    Typical wages for LanguageCorps teachers range from US$800-$1,200/month. Benefits vary greatly from school to school. (Salaries are always paid in baht and are usually paid at the end of the month.) Sometimes, if a Teacher stays for one year, the school will pay for the airfare to another destination or will give a bonus. As you would expect, the larger cities have higher living costs, but pay rates are also higher.

    Most Teachers take jobs in public schools. Jobs are available in the private sector as well, however, and these are often salaried at a higher level than the public schools. Local living expenses are low: about US$500/month. Most LanguageCorps teachers can earn enough to live very comfortably, enjoy local entertainment and restaurants and travel to local attractions.

    We guarantee LanguageCorps Flagship Program participants job placement in the primary focus area in and around Pattaya, Rayong, Chonburi, Bangkok, and other cities in South-Central Thailand. While we do not guarantee job placement if you choose to go outside the primary focus area, our teachers, with our assistance, have been very successful finding multiple opportunities. However, this process may take longer, and may require additional out of pocket expenses on your part.

    Monthly Salary Typical Living Expenses Discretionary Cash
    (monthly)
    Discretionary Cash
    (annualized)
    $800 - 1,200 $400 - 600 $200 - 800 $2,400 - 9,600

    Notes:

    1. Although the Chart presents salaries and living costs in US dollar equivalents, LanguageCorps teachers are typically paid in the local currency of the assignment country.

    2. Approximate salary ranges are based on 10-12 month paid teaching assignments. Salary for shorter-term assignments may be on the lower end of the displayed range.

    3. Some teachers earn additional income by doing private tutoring.

    * Benefits vary depending upon the school, and may include full or partial reimbursement of airfare, free housing, medical insurance and/or an end of year bonus.

  • ...based on my awareness of many [TESOL programs] here, LanguageCorps is the best for the price. Not only is the course worthwhile and manageable for those who have never taught, the Director for SE Asia is also great about making sure students get to see other parts of their countries while in training if they so choose to take advantage of it. I had a lot of fun and lots of people from other schools did not. There are also some that are well rated but are incredibly academic for those who are just immersing themselves in beginning teaching. Rick and staff made the experience a great one.

    Geraldine

    Thailand

    Day-to-Day Living

    Food & Clothing

    Thai food is a joy of life. Most meals, even breakfast, include a vast array of dishes, from fried eggs to salted fish to poached shrimp to spicy, grilled chicken.

    Everything, even eggs and fresh fruit, is eaten with rice. In Thai, gin means "eat" and kao means "rice," and gin kao is an idiom for taking a meal.

    Local restaurants and street vendors abound, offering excellent, inexpensive Thai food. In general the food is very safe to eat, though common sense is essential - if you doubt the quality, don't eat it!

    Due to Thailand's strong Buddhist tradition, vegetarian food is widely available. Fresh vegetables and fruits are in abundant supply, as are vegetarian restaurants.

    There are many local restaurants and street vendors near the Training Center offering excellent, inexpensive Thai food.

    Participants are responsible for their own meals.

    Thai people are quite conscientious of their dress. The nationwide stress on maintaining a neat and clean appearance creates a marked disparity with some Western visitors. (Thai people would never dream of wearing dirty clothes while traveling.)

    Dress codes while teaching range from Western \"Business Casual\" to \"Sport Casual\" (track pants and short-sleeved shirts) to \"Traditional,\" which could include a locally handmade, ornately decorated silk shirt that is somehow more comfortable in the heat than anything else you own.

    In general women should cover their shoulders (sleeveless shirts are acceptable, but very thin straps or tank tops are not). No low-cut necklines or very short skirts. Bare midriffs must not be visible, even when lifting arms up. Open-toed shoes are acceptable. Men should wear long pants (not jeans), short- or long-sleeved shirt with a collar, and loafers or dress shoes. Black pants and black shoes are preferred in Thailand for men, especially when interviewing. Sandals are not acceptable when teaching. Long hair should be neatly tied into a ponytail.

    Housing & Communication

    During the four-week training program, housing will be provided to LanguageCorps TESOL Plus, Flagship, and Volunteer Program participants at a local hotel or in the LanguageCorps School apartments. These Apartments are set up for single occupancy, though couples can certainly share an apartment if they wish. All apartments are large and fully furnished with double beds, wardrobes, dressing tables, air-conditioning, TV with cable, refrigerators, microwaves, western style bathrooms with hot water, tables, chairs, and couches. Kitchen utensils, bedding, and towels are provided.

    For Flagship Program participants, if necessary, housing will be provided for an additional week following training, after which time you should have secured a job, and you will be responsible for paying for your housing. If you have not secured a job in the primary focus area by this time, and are seriously pursuing all job leads, housing may be continued at the Corps Advocate's discretion. Once your job assignment is secured, the Corps Advocate and hiring school will assist you in locating a local apartment nearby the hiring school.

    Typically, apartments are small, but most are comfortable, stylish, and have air conditioning and Western appliances. Often, a one month security deposit and the first month's rent are required at the time of rental.

    Housing is sometimes provided by the hiring school, though generally Teachers prefer to find their own housing. School accommodations are typically Thai, and rarely meet the standard Westerners are used to.

    An international cell phone will be available to all program participants ($75 dollar fee for lost phone). Flagship Program participants are provided with a cell phone for the duration of their time in Thailand, including a SIM chip for Thai and international calling, and initial pre-paid phone minutes.

    You will be given access to the Internet during training at the training center. Most hiring schools have internet access available to teachers during school hours. Public internet cafes are also available. They usually charge about 60 baht (US$1.50) per hour.

  • I want to thank you because the course was excellent. I still miss Cambodia and my LanguageCorps group and staff. The people who did the course with me were fantastic and we still keep in touch and the staff was beyond helpful. I am definately glad I decided to go through this program before I started teaching. It really did help me to prepare for what was to come. Also the Thai Language and Culture course which was provided gave me a head start on learning Thai. Because of that I know more Thai than people who have been here longer than me. So thank you so much, the course was both extremely fun and very informative.

    Cassie

    Thailand

    Excursions

    For LanguageCorps, excursions are not just a leisure activity - they are an integral part of developing a true understanding of the character and beauty of your host country and its surrounding area. We balance the intensive classroom work and practice teaching with a series of excursions that occur throughout your training and your time in Thailand.

    Most LanguageCorps programs offered in Thailand include an initial welcome tour of Phnom Penh during your arrival weekend. All programs include a 3-day excursion to Angkor Wat following the first week of the program. This has been our most popular excursion by far, and includes three glorious days wandering through ruins of the largest religious building area in the world. Temples range in condition from moderately restored to jungle encrusted. The excursion includes time for a visit to a near-by waterfall to cool off, relax and enjoy. This trip creates memories that will be treasured forever! A second weekend excursion is included to the beautiful beaches of Sihanoukville. A second weekend excursion is included to the beautiful beaches of Sihanoukville in Cambodia. Here you will have a chance to relax, swim, and enjoy some good food before continuing on to Thailand.

    In addition, during the year, staff and teachers often get together to plan excursions around the area. These trips are reasonably priced and often include the following:

    Scuba diving in Ranong, Thailand

    Rocket festival and kayak trip in Laos

    Songkran water festival in Pattaya, Thailand

    Fire and ball festival in Laos

    Christmas and New Years party in Pattay, Thailand

    Click here for more information on the LanguageCorps Asia Travel Program

    Things to See & Do in and around Pattaya:

    For many, \"Thailand\" = great beaches. Our Training Center's host city,

    Pattaya, is known for sunbathing, diving, windsurfing, and water skiing;

    and also boasts the relaxing, park-like, royal temple Wat Yannasangwararam;

    the Sriracha Tiger Zoo; and the coral islets of Ko Lan, Ko Sak, Ko Khrok,

    Ko Phai, and Ko Rin.

    Pattaya has recently developed into a major business center of Thailand,

    with the new office-industrial parks in Laem Chabang and Map Ta Phut

    diversifying an economy already booming thanks to domestic and

    international tourist traffic.

    The royal capital since 1782, Bangkok is at the center of Thailand geographically, culturally, economically, and spiritually. Ten percent of the country's population lives in this tremendous metropolis, which boasts countless glittering temples and palaces, as well as a world-reputation for excitement and nightlife.

    Nearby is the historic capital Ayutthaya, where Siam first became a powerful international force and developed its reputation for cosmopolitan openness. North of Bangkok, the pre-Thai ruins of the Khmer capital Lop Buri lie surrounded by the French-inspired Thai architecture of the early modern period.

  • The program in Pattaya went really well. I learned a lot and the excursions each weekend were great. I got to see a lot of different things and it was a good break after a long week of classes. I am in Phuket now and am teaching at a public high school... it's a beautiful place with some of the nicest beaches in Thailand. I am near the mountains and it's very easy and inexpensive to take a bus out to the beach.

    Pascal

    Thailand

    Travel Resources

    We're still working on getting these up, but check back soon or email us at info@languagecorps.com and we will send you some.

  • I want to thank you because the course was excellent. I still miss Cambodia and my LanguageCorps group and staff. The people who did the course with me were fantastic and we still keep in touch and the staff was beyond helpful. I am definately glad I decided to go through this program before I started teaching. It really did help me to prepare for what was to come. Also the Thai Language and Culture course which was provided gave me a head start on learning Thai. Because of that I know more Thai than people who have been here longer than me. So thank you so much, the course was both extremely fun and very informative.

    Cassie

    Thailand

    Frequently Asked Questions

    LanguageCorps Programs

    What are the fees for LanguageCorps Programs? What do those fees cover?

    LanguageCorps offers a TESOL Certification Program with program fees that range from approximately US$[TESOL Certification min]-[TESOL Certification max]. We offer our TESOL Certification Programs in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Latin America. The program is an intensive and thorough 4-week course of classroom training and practice teaching, leading to a TESOL Certificate which is internationally recognized. As part of all TESOL Certification Programs, you will receive job search assistance, and in all locations, most people who are persistent and flexible are successful in finding teaching positions.

    In Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Ecuador and Mexico, we also offer the TESOL Plus Program. This combines the 4-week TESOL certification course and job placement assistance, with a more comprehensive set of support services including accommodations and travel insurance. The TESOL Plus program fee is US$[TESOL Plus min]-[TESOL Plus max] depending on location.

    The fee for our Short-term Volunteer/Volunteer Plus Program (available in Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam) is US$[Volunteer min]-[Volunteer max] for eight weeks. These programs include abbreviated TESOL training or full TESOL certification, accommodations, placement in a volunteer (unpaid) teaching position, cell phone, medical insurance, visas, excursions, and local support while in country.

    Our Online TEFL (TESOL) Certification Program includes a full 150 hour certification course (including 20 hours of teaching practicum). This program is designed to be flexible enough for full time students or working professionals, while still ensuring a rigorous training. The program fee for our Online TEFL Certification Program is US$[Online fee].

    For all Programs we require a deposit of US$500 ($300 for the Online TEFL Certification Program) to reserve your scheduled start date. This deposit is deducted from the total program fee. Due to enrollment constraints, deposits received within 60 days of a program start date are non-refundable. Deposits received within 61-90 days of a program start date are refundable for 3 business days after receipt (minus a $25 processing fee), after which they are non-refundable. Deposits received 91 or more days before a program start date are refundable for 10 business days after receipt (minus a $25 processing fee) after which they are non-refundable. The balance of the program fee is payable four weeks prior to your scheduled start date.

    Are there other costs in addition to the Program fee?

    You must provide for your own travel from your home to your arrival point and for your own travel back home at the end of your teaching assignment. (NOTE: Some hiring schools may offer partial or full reimbursement of airfare costs as part of your overall compensation.)

    In some teaching assignments, you may have accommodations, and/or free access to dining facilities, as part of your compensation. But more commonly, you will have to pay for your own food and rent. In addition, an apartment you select may require additional "up-front" payments such as security deposits and fist-month's rent. As in all walks of life, be sure to have enough funds to get through to your first monthly paycheck!

    You will need to pay for your food during the program, although in some countries a home stay is an option, which typically includes two meals per day. Of course, you will have to pay for any personal items and services (cleaning, laundry, etc.) you may want, and for your own entertainment, vacation or leisure travel, gifts or other personal shopping.

    How does LanguageCorps help me find a teaching assignment?

    During your in-country training program, the local staff will begin working with you to develop a CV and contact schools. For TESOL Certification and TESOL Plus Program participants, you will be given job search assistance and the names of schools to contact. In all locations, job placements for those who are serious and flexible have been very successful.

    For Online course participants, centralized placement support can assist you in determining the overseas location that best meets your goals and qualifications and you will have access to our world-wide directory of more than 8,000 ESL schools.

    Given the high caliber reputation of our LanguageCorps teachers, our staff's knowledge of and experience with local EFL teaching opportunities and our focus on job placement, we are confident that by the time you complete your certification / orientation or soon thereafter you will have received at least one, and usually more than one, offer(s) for a paid EFL teaching assignment. Our staff can also assist with the oftentimes complicated contract negotiations, to ensure our teachers receive the maximum benefits and pay they are qualified for.

    Sometimes a teacher will work in two or more part-time positions instead of one full-time position, or may elect to supplement their primary job with side work such as tutoring.

    LanguageCorps does not offer guaranteed job placement, however, our participants have been very successful with job placement in all locations.

  • ...based on my awareness of many [TESOL programs] here, LanguageCorps is the best for the price. Not only is the course worthwhile and manageable for those who have never taught, the Director for SE Asia is also great about making sure students get to see other parts of their countries while in training if they so choose to take advantage of it. I had a lot of fun and lots of people from other schools did not. There are also some that are well rated but are incredibly academic for those who are just immersing themselves in beginning teaching. Rick and staff made the experience a great one.

    Geraldine

    Thailand

    TESOL Certification Program, Thailand

    All Asia programs (Cambodia, China, Thailand, and Vietnam) feature the same TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certification course and training methodology. Click here for details of the TESOL certification. All Thailand programs include initial training at our facility in Phnom Penh, Cambodia; transportation from Phnom Penh to Thailand; and in-country training at our facility in Pattaya, Thailand.

    The TESOL Certification Program combines TESOL certification with a streamlined set of support services.

    The TESOL Certification Program Fee in Thailand is US$1,750

    The following are not included:

    • Round-trip airfare to host country, and/or Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    • Personal expenses (meals, entertainment, local transport, living expenses, and personal shopping)
    • "Upfront" costs following the training period, such as apartment security deposits and first month's rent
    • Visa costs and fees

    Note: To ensure placement in the program you desire, we advise applying two to six months prior to your intended start date. Late placements are sometimes possible; please contact us immediately if you are applying less than two months before your desired start date.

  • Overall, I think LanguageCorps provides a wonderful opportunity. The most important thing I took away from this past year, I think, is that my world is just bigger now. I think in terms of a global community rather than a local one. I've realized that it's pretty easy in America to ignore the major problems of the world, because being so rich, we don't have to deal directly with most of them unless we choose to... Spending time as a LanguageCorps teacher forces you to face these issues, and lots of others. My interests and priorities have definitely changed in this past year, and I want to thank you so much for making that possible.

    Emily

    Thailand

    TESOL Plus Program, Thailand

    All Asia programs (Cambodia, China, Thailand, and Vietnam) feature the same TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certification course and training methodology. Click here for details of the TESOL certification. All Thailand programs include initial training at our facility in Phnom Penh, Cambodia; transportation from Phnom Penh to Thailand; and in-country training at our facility in Pattaya, Thailand.

    The TESOL Plus Program combines TESOL certification with a more comprehensive set of support services including accommodations and basic insurance.

    The TESOL Plus Program Fee in Thailand is US$2,300

    The following are not included:

    • Round-trip airfare to host country, and/or Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    • Personal expenses (meals, entertainment, local transport, living expenses, and personal shopping)
    • "Upfront" costs following the training period, such as apartment security deposits and first month's rent
    • Visa costs and fees

    Note: To ensure placement in the program you desire, we advise applying two to six months prior to your intended start date. Late placements are sometimes possible; please contact us immediately if you are applying less than two months before your desired start date.

  • ...based on my awareness of many [TESOL programs] here, LanguageCorps is the best for the price. Not only is the course worthwhile and manageable for those who have never taught, the Director for SE Asia is also great about making sure students get to see other parts of their countries while in training if they so choose to take advantage of it. I had a lot of fun and lots of people from other schools did not. There are also some that are well rated but are incredibly academic for those who are just immersing themselves in beginning teaching. Rick and staff made the experience a great one.

    Geraldine

    Thailand

    Volunteer Program, Thailand

    Our Volunteer Program has been carefully crafted to ensure that your experience is as rewarding and enjoyable as possible - for you, and for your students. The eight week program includes:

    Two weeks of abbreviated TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) training at our training center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    Six weeks teaching and changing lives at one of the LanguageCorps' partner orphanages or schools

    Training in basic Thai language and cultural traditions

    Teaching assignments will be at a LanguageCorps affiliated orphanage or school, where you will be working with children or young adults. Most of the students are fifteen or younger, and are eager for the opportunity to learn English - which they may then leverage into jobs as English teachers, working in Tourism, or other professions such as computer science.

    The Volunteer Program Fee in Thailand is US$2,595

    You can extend the length of your stay for an a...

    The Volunteer Plus option allows you to obtain your TESOL certification by participating in our full four-week TESOL Certification course. Click here for a description of the LanguageCorps TESOL Certification course. The Volunteer Plus Program fee in Thailand is US$2,895.

    The following are not included:

    • Round-trip airfare to host country, and/or Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    • Personal expenses (meals, entertainment, local transport, living expenses, and personal shopping)
    • "Upfront" costs following the training period, such as apartment security deposits and first month's rent
    • Visa costs and fees

    Note: To ensure placement in the program you desire, we advise applying two to six months prior to your intended start date. Late placements are sometimes possible; please contact us immediately if you are applying less than two months before your desired start date.

  • Overall, I think LanguageCorps provides a wonderful opportunity. The most important thing I took away from this past year, I think, is that my world is just bigger now. I think in terms of a global community rather than a local one. I've realized that it's pretty easy in America to ignore the major problems of the world, because being so rich, we don't have to deal directly with most of them unless we choose to... Spending time as a LanguageCorps teacher forces you to face these issues, and lots of others. My interests and priorities have definitely changed in this past year, and I want to thank you so much for making that possible.

    Emily

    Thailand

    Volunteer Plus Program, Thailand

    Our Volunteer Program has been carefully crafted to ensure that your experience is as rewarding and enjoyable as possible - for you, and for your students. The eight week program includes:

    • Our four week TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) training and certification program (the first two weeks are conducted at our training center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
    • Six weeks teaching and changing lives at one of the LanguageCorps' partner orphanages or schools
    • Training in basic Thai language and cultural traditions

    Teaching assignments will be at a LanguageCorps affiliated orphanage or school, where you will be working with children or young adults. Most of the students are fifteen or younger, and are eager for the opportunity to learn English - which they may then leverage into jobs as English teachers, working in Tourism, or other professions such as computer science.

    The Volunteer Plus Program Fee in Thailand is US$2,995

    You can extend the length of your stay for an additional $150 per week (including accommodations, insurance and other support services described above).

    The following are not included:

    • Round-trip airfare to host country, and/or Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    • Personal expenses (meals, entertainment, local transport, living expenses, and personal shopping)
    • "Upfront" costs following the training period, such as apartment security deposits and first month's rent
    • Visa costs and fees

    Note: To ensure placement in the program you desire, we advise applying two to six months prior to your intended start date. Late placements are sometimes possible; please contact us immediately if you are applying less than two months before your desired start date.