Teach English Online and in the comfort of your home with MPC Connect. In partnership with one of the largest online teaching companies in the world, MPC Connect provides English classes over the Internet to English as a Second Language (ESL) students around the world. Our home-based teachers, known as “language specialists” or “tutors”, provide online instruction in real time. MPC Connect UK offers live online interactive English instruction, customized vocabulary and sessions by professional consultants, as well as a tailored monitoring system, all available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 

Teaching with MPC Connect is an exciting and rewarding opportunity to work in the fast-growing world of online education. We know that our teachers are also busy people, so we’ve made teaching online both flexible and convenient. Using the Internet, we’ve bridged the gap between countries so that you can teach English online according to your schedule, in the convenience of your home or office!


We operate 24/7 and have a massive pool of students. You will only need to teach a minimum of 5 hours a week during our peak times.

Supportive Staff

Specialized teams, such as IT and Scheduling, will always be there to guide you. You will also have access to your own personal recruiter.

Work from Home

You will meet people with diverse cultural backgrounds from the comfort of your home. Share your knowledge and love for languages.

Most Schools are Built Around Teachers, not Students

Students learn what teachers decide they should learn, and the teachers decide when it’s time to learn. Why shouldn’t a student be able to learn when it is most convenient for him or her, by teachers who are ready to instruct, regardless of where in the world they are.

No Need for Physical Classrooms

A student in China wants to learn English. A TESOL-certified English language teacher in London is looking for a job. Why should the student and teacher need a classroom to facilitate the learning process?

Learning is as Much About Failure as it is About Success

“Practice” is the art of failing repeatedly until success is achieved. This should be embraced in education.

The Best Teacher-Student Ratio isn’t Always 1:1

Engagement and interaction are critical to the learning process, not just with interaction with a teacher, but also through interaction with other students. Teachers are some of the most influential people in students’ lives, so why should we remove them from the learning process? In groups, students help create an atmosphere that is conducive to learning. 

You Don’t Learn the Same Way Over Time

Not all students learn the same. Your education should match your pace. Why do we treat all students as if they learn the same way throughout their entire education?

The School Day isn’t Practical

Some students are early risers, while others are night owls. Some students can only learn over lunch. When the student picks their preferred time, the best learning happens.



This is an opportunity so applicants are invited from across the Asia, UK, US and Canada. However, before you can start teaching, you’ll have to meet a few requirements. Language specialists are required to have a Bachelor’s Degree as well as some relevant work experience.

Obviously, ESL teaching experience is preferred, but not mandatory. You must also be familiar with using computers as our lessons take place in a Virtual Classroom online. Technical requirements for a home office setup are listed on the website and include: a webcam, a headset with microphone, an up to date operating system with Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.



If you meet these requirements and are interested in a position, you’re invited to apply using the contact form at the bottom of the page and complete our IT Test to ensure that your computer will be able to teach on our Teaching Platform. Our recruiters will then get in touch with you regarding the balance of the application process. The interview will be done using our teaching platform and will be approximately 25 minutes long

Once you’ve completed your application, simply wait to hear back from us. When the company finds a match, they’ll be sure to contact you as soon as possible.



Our classes run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Language specialists are able to choose preferred hours and create a truly customised work schedule. Language specialists will need to teach a minimum of 5 hours a week during peak times. Class sizes are quite small and range from 1 to 6 students, with an average of 2-4 students per class. Classes for Junior Learners will mostly be one on one.

Lesson plans are already created and supplied through the company. You are automatically provided with appropriate lesson plans for each class you teach, based on the students’ ability level and individual background. This means there is very little planning and preparation on your part! All class sessions are conversation-based. As a language specialist, you are required to create a fun, friendly and open environment where all students can participate equally. You will be expected to foster interaction between the students. Consultants will be evaluated monthly for Base Rate increases based on Performance and Contribution hours.



Our students have 24/7 access to more than 10,000 tutors



Tutors from more than 80 countries around the world



More than 16,000 hours of course content, all designed by teachers and rated by real students



The average student learns for three years, with more than 95% in recurring rate month-over-month



  • MUST be Fluent in English
  • Tutors must reside in Asia, the United Kingdom, United States or Canada
  • Willingness to obtain TESOL / TEFL / TESL certification within three months (should you not already have one)
  • Applicants MUST have a bachelor’s degree or above
  • All tutors will need their own headset and webcam with a solid white background behind the tutor for classes
  • Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or above / Mac OS version 10.12, 11 or above with 2.00 GB of RAM
  • A stable internet connection 
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Enthusiastic and professional
  • Ability to motivate students
  • Great communication and presentation skills
  • Tech-Savvy: able to type and speak in class, to leave learning notes for students


Peak Hour Times

Language specialists will need to teach a minimum of 5 hours a week during peak times. At least 2 peak hours during the weekend, with 1 support Sunday hour (Taipei Time UTC +8)
Consultants will be evaluated monthly for Base Rate increases based on Performance and Contribution hours

United Kingdom: GMT

Monday – Sunday:
11:30 am & 12:30 pm
00:30 am – 02:30 am
05:30 am & 06:30 am
00:30 am – 03:30 am
05:30 am & 06:30 am

United States: PST

Monday – Sunday:
03:30 am & 04:30 am
16:30 pm – 18:30 pm
16:30 am – 18:30 pm
21:30 pm & 22:30 pm

United States: MST

Monday – Sunday:
04:30 am & 05:30 am
17:30 pm – 19:30 pm
17:30 pm – 19:30 pm
22:30 pm & 23:30 pm

United States: CST

Monday – Sunday:
05:30 am & 06:30 am
18:30 pm – 20:30 pm
18:30 pm – 20:30 pm
23:30 pm & 00:30 am (Sunday Morning)

United States: EST

Monday – Sunday:
06:30 am & 07:30 am
19:30 pm – 21:30 pm
19:30 pm – 21:30 pm
00:30 am & 01:30 am


Smile, Be Energetic and Warm

Be able to over emphasise your energy when on camera so that the students remain focused and engaged. There are multiple ways to do this such as body language, facial expressions, the use of props and the tone of your voice.

Be Interactive

This is about student’s output. We want the students’ speaking 70% and the teachers’ speaking 30%. For low level students, you can encourage them to repeat what you say. Then you can use some strategies to encourage them to speak. Always praise students for the smallest effort and progress they make.

Use TPR – Total Physical Response

Imagine you are travelling in a foreign country and do not know how to speak the language. How do you use non-verbal cues to communicate with people? Use your hands and facial expressions a lot (which are easier to be captured by the camera) to explain a new word or concept. 

Speak Slowly

Especially for low-level students, it is very crucial. It’s important to pace yourself slow enough for the level they are in. Make sure you wait after giving instruction to allow for the students to think and to produce the output. Also bear in mind that there is a delay because of the internet.  

Have Props

Always have some props handy such as some funny puppets and letter cards. You may also start with the white board, because this can be any prop to draw and write on. When using a prop, you can bring is close to the screen and then far from the screen – depth can create energy and engagement. 

Use Simple Language

When you teach junior students who mostly have very limited English, you have to simplify and simplify! Always remember to use very simple language, your TPR and your props to get the message across.

Good Time Management

Time management is often one of the top complaints from parents. Remember to preview the materials and manage your time properly. Control the time you use to do greetings and warm up activities to no more than 3-5 minutes. Stick to the learning objective instead of sidetracking too much. Always try best to finish the material and make sure your students have the opportunity to speak for majority of the time.

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Fill in the Contact Form below and our recruiters will be in touch with you soon.

We look forward to having you on board with MPC Connect!

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