Must Do

  1. Check if all the languages you intend to teach are open for applications
    e.g. You intend to teach 2 languages – English and Korean. If English is closed and Korean is open this week, then you can only apply to teach Korean.
  2. Applicants with higher teaching qualifications and more teaching experience will have priority. Not all applications that meet our requirements will be accepted.
  3. Teachers must be ready to teach immediately after being accepted

List of open languages

  • Languages not listed in the table below are all open
  • There is no definite time frame when a language will reopen
  • The list updates every two months.
LanguageProfessional TeacherCommunity Tutor
ChineseClosedOpen
EnglishClosedClosed
FrenchOpenOpen
GermanOpenOpen
ItalianOpenOpen
JapaneseOpenOpen
KoreanOpenOpen
PortugueseOpenOpen
RussianOpenOpen
SpanishClosedClosed
AfrikaansOpenOpen
ArabicOpenOpen
CantoneseOpenOpen
CatalanOpenOpen
CebuanoOpenOpen
CzechOpenOpen
DutchOpenOpen
Filipino (Tagalog)OpenOpen
GreekOpenOpen
HausaClosedClosed
HebrewOpenOpen
HindiOpenOpen
HungarianOpenOpen
IgboClosedClosed
IndonesianOpenOpen
KanuriClosedClosed
Nigerian PidginClosedClosed
NorwegianOpenOpen
Persian (Farsi)OpenOpen
PolishOpenOpen
RomanianOpenOpen
SerbianOpenOpen
SwedishOpenOpen
ThaiOpenOpen
TurkishOpenOpen
UkrainianOpenOpen
UrduOpenOpen
VietnameseOpenOpen
YorubaClosedClosed

Difference between Professional Teacher and Community Tutor

There are two types of teaching profile at Math-Face – Professional Teacher or Community Tutor. Each applicant can only choose one teacher type. You cannot apply to be an English Professional Teacher and Italian Community Tutor for example. 

Professional Teacher

  • Professional teachers have training as educators and/or extensive professional teaching experience. They can provide students with resources, prepared materials, and structured lesson plans to help students reach their goals.
  • To apply for a professional teaching profile, you must upload documents showing your training and experience as an educator. 
  • Check the minimum requirements here.

Community Tutor

  • Community tutors are friendly, helpful, knowledgeable, and use their time to provide students with conversation practice. 
  • To apply to be a community tutor, you must be a native speaker of the language or are at  K-3 level.

What are the differences between professional teacher and community tutor?

 Professional TeacherCommunity Tutor
Minimum lesson price (including packages)Dependent on the qualifications and experiencesDepending on the availability
Maximum lesson number16 for each teaching languageNone, Assisting Professional Teacher
Lesson category optionsGeneral, Conversation Practice, Business, Test Preparation, KidsGeneral, Conversation Practice
Credential on teacher profile optionsWork experience, education, certificatesNone

* It includes all the varieties of a given language. e.g. German includes Austrian German and Swiss German.

* Please refer to the latest language status in the application form.

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