apply now to teach English in Peru!

Arrive in Peru to begin your extensive TEFL training before launching into a guaranteed teaching job to teach English in Peru!

Peruvians are known by South Americans to have some of the clearest and most neutral Spanish speaking accents, so if your goal is to learn Spanish as well as teach English, you are in for a treat!

This program is designed for people who want a supportive landing in Peru, making friends with like-minded people and gaining extensive knowledge.

We train you in all things TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), help you with CV preparation, and assist you until you land that dream job of teaching in Peru. Jobs are guaranteed after the program, so we really do offer the full package!

The first 4 weeks consist of face-to-face training in Cusco, Peru. You have a large amount of time to adapt to the country and more time to apply for the jobs that you want, with the help of our team. The TEFL qualification you will receive at the end of the training is internationally recognised and rated at 150 hours.

4 weeks face-to-face TEFL training
TEFL Training in one of the most famous cities in the world
Qualifies you to teach english abroad anywhere
Guaranteed paid teaching job after the TEFL training
Live and work in one of the most popular countries
 Start Dates generally every month

teach English in Peru

You will do a practical teaching module and teaching methodology module. After you complete our program, you are qualified to teach English anywhere in the world!

Contracts are normally 6 months in length and jobs are available all year round. Most of the positions are in language centres teaching adults. It’s important to note that whilst 6 months is a minimum requirement, there is no upper limit, and so you can extend your contract upon mutual agreement, or seek another position.

Peru is full of culture and history. Home to the Incas, it has various sites you can visit (like Machu Picchu!) and the people are warm and friendly. If you really want an adventure in a Spanish speaking South American country, with a regular income to keep that dream alive, an opportunity to teach English in Peru may be for you!

It's one of the biggest and most memorable experiences I have ever done. If you are in two minds, just take a leap of faith and go for it!"

− Andrew Sweeney



You will be fully qualified to teach English anywhere in the world after the program!


With this program we offer job guarantees to everyone booked. Normally jobs are secured between 0-30 days after the program, and you are assisted both in CV preparation and where to apply for jobs.

The guaranteed job is not pre-sourced and you will have to make efforts to apply for the jobs that you want, but with the TEFL course support you should have no worries. As long as you put in the effort applying for jobs, you are guaranteed that you will secure one. We guarantee that you will secure a job after the program in this manner.

Teaching positions in Peru have an average salary of 450 USD – 800 USD, depending on the level of employer. You decide which jobs to apply to!


Study and learn alongside people in the exact same boat as you – many of whom may become lifelong friends. Getting that kind of support is priceless!


During the training there are a number of options available for accommodation – from hostels to shared housing to host families. We can help you with all of that – so there’s no need to worry!


We will be with you from the moment your plane touches down.


That’s right – time to improve your steps as well as your twists!



Exact Start Date

The start date is the date specified above and is the first date of training in Cusco. This means you need to arrive at least 4 days before the start date of each course in order to travel to the training location and overcome any jet lag. End dates are exactly 4 weeks later and courses end on a Friday.

Not All Future Start Dates Are Advertised

If you are planning ahead and need start dates even further in the future, contact us and we will tell you all future start dates up to 2 years ahead.

Paid Teaching Jobs Start Dates?

The dates that you start teaching vary. With this program, jobs are available throughout the terms. It’s likely you will start teaching mid term in most positions. Generally teaching jobs are secured and started 0-30 days of the end date of the program. Remember, jobs are guaranteed to all degree holders on this program.

Cusco Start Dates

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22nd Jan 201819th Feb 201821st Mar 201823rd Apr 2018
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6 Months Or More Paid Teaching

4 Weeks TEFL Training In Peru

*Required Textbooks

On this program, you are required to buy textbooks amounting to 135 USD.

Cusco Fees

LocationBooking Deposit2nd InstalmentTotal Price
Cusco550 USD1050 USD1600 USD

The total price of this program is $1600 USD. The amounts shown below in other currencies are for reference only. These figures are updated weekly.

Cusco Fees - Other currencies for reference only

CurrencyBooking Deposit2nd InstalmentTotal Price
GBP425 GBP810 GBP1235 GBP

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines, Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."

− Mark Twain

"Travel is never a matter of money, but of courage."

− Paulo Coelho

"I shall be telling this with a sigh somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference."

− Robert Frost

What Am I Paying For?

 Full TEFL Certification.
A paid teaching job guarantee.
 Accommodation assistance during training.


Located in Western South America, bordering Colombia and Ecuador in the north, Brazil and Bolivia in the east, and Chile in the south, Peru is a country bursting with life – quite literally! The third largest country in South America hosts a vast variety of landscapes; from mountains, to beaches, deserts and rainforests. Peru is home to an incredibly dense ecosystem of rare and wonderful plants and animals – more so than most other countries. Whilst its capital, Lima, and its Inca capital, Cusco, are bursting with life for much different reasons.


There are 2 main seasons in Peru – summer/low season from November to March, which is the country’s rainy season, especially in the highlands, and winter/high season from June through to September, its dry season and best time for festivals and highland sports.


Of course, we couldn’t mention Peru without talking about Machu Picchu, one of the seven wonders of the world – and it truly deserves that title. Embedded between the Peruvian Andes and the Amazon Basin, this extraordinary archaeological complex really is a must-see. Probably one of the most important Peruvian cultures was the Inca, living in Peru over 600 years ago and those responsible for building this incredible wonder. If this wasn’t enough reason to visit, try your hand at some hiking, sand-boarding, jungle trekking, mountain climbing, rafting, paragliding, or surfing! – Peru is also one of the best places in the world for surfing, particularly on its north coast.


  • “Peruvian time” – Peruvians and South Americans in general – are customarily half-hour late to most personal appointments.
  • Peruvians tend to have a much smaller personal space than North Americans and Europeans. Standing close to people in conversation,exaggerated gestures and physical contact are all common here.
  • Bringing a small gift to someone’s home when invited round is customary (after arriving fashionable late, that is).
  • Placing your palm up and curling your fingers toward you is considered a romantic inclination, rather than meaning a “come here” gesture.


  • Peru has 3 official languages – Spanish, Quechua, and Aymara.
  • The potato originates from Peru – so you have Peru to thank for all your favourite potato made snacks. Peruvians use the phrase “Soy mas Peruano que la papa” (I am more Peruvian than the potato).
  • It grows over 55 varieties of corn – it all different colours, too (including purple, white and black).
  • Cuy or Guinea Pig is a traditional dish eaten in Peru.
  • The Amazon Rainforest covers two-thirds of Peru.
  • It’s tradition to give friends and family yellow underwear on New Year’s Eve.
  • Home to some of the finest cottons in the world – Pima and Tanguis.
  • It is the 6th largest producer of gold – however, still remains one of the world’s poorest countries.
  • Peru has the second largest amount of Shamans in the world (after India).


Cusco is one of the most visited cities in Peru. It was the capital city of the ancient Inca tribes and one of the largest cities in Peru. From here you can visit many Inca sites, including the famous Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

Cusco is rich in heritage and culture. There are many foods to try, including guinea pig (a local delicacy), as well as many species of potato! Cusco is a modern metropolitan city and has around 400,000 people.

Around the Plaza de Armas and in the San Blas district there are clubs and bars where you can enjoy the nightlife. There are also nice places to relax and listen to a variety of traditional or modern music.

The locals in Cusco are welcoming and let you take pictures of them next to ancient Inca walls in their traditional clothes, even holding lamas to make your pictures extra special.