If you are thinking about spending the long Finnish summer evenings relaxing after your TEFL classes then this page is the place to start planning your adventure.
English is in demand in Finland, despite the fact that Swedish is officially Finland’s second language. This owes much to the demand from the business community and the fact that the standard of living is high and many can afford the luxury of private English classes. The standard of English teaching in the state sector is good across Scandinavia and so again, it would be wise to have a TESOL with business to target this sector. Work is likely to be on a self-employed, contractual basis.
TEFL tips for teaching English in Finland:
* choose the 150-hour TESOL Premier Plus for Europe
* add a 30-hour Business TESOL at the checkout as this specialism is very much in demand
* consider the 20-hour Teaching English Online course so you are not dependent on the local market as many of our Global English TESOL graduates do this successfully
We suggest one of these courses for this country: