How can I settle in Vietnam?
8 Things to Help You Settle in Vietnam
- Get the Right Visa. If you are from the U.S., there is only one type of tourist visa that you can get at this time—a one-year, multiple-entry visa.
- Find the Right Town.
- Know the Right People.
- Find the Right House.
- Join the Right Groups.
- Eat the Right Foods.
- Visit the Right Places.
- Learn the Right Words.
How long is the flight from the UK to Vietnam?
What are the coolest months in Vietnam?
Hanoi and North Vietnam has a distinct winter and summer season. The cool but mostly dry winter lasts from November to April when temperatures average 17-22°C with the coldest months being January – March. Summer lasts from May to October when it is hot and humid and the region experiences its highest rainfall.
How much is rich in Vietnam?
You’re usually considered well-off (upper middle class) if your wage is around 30 million VND/month, or about 15 500 USD/year. If your wage is around 50 million VND/month, or about 25 788 USD/year, then you’re firmly in the rich zone.
Can I teach English in Vietnam?
To teach English in Vietnam you need to have a bachelor’s degree, be a native English speaker, and pass a criminal background check. A teaching certificate (like TEFL or CELTA) is helpful for many ESL teaching jobs. For those with more teaching experience or qualifications, they can earn between $1,200 – $2,000.
Can you teach English in Vietnam without a degree?
You can teach English in Vietnam without a degree. That’s not to say it won’t be harder to get a job. It probably will. It just means you’re going to need to show that you’ve developed the skills and abilities needed to work well as a TEFL teacher, despite not having been to college.
Is there an age limit for teaching English in Vietnam?
Teachers older than 50 will find it much more difficult to find jobs. Other Asian countries, like China, Thailand, Vietnam maintain official retirement ages of 55-60 that have that have been increasingly enforced in recent years.