Join our team!

Do you like being among people? Listening to them? Giving them ideas? Sharing opinions? Having a good time with them? If yes and, moreover,

  • you can teach
  • your foreign language level is C1
  • and you want to keep learning,

We want you on our team!

Belong with us!

Trainer at IH. Among people.

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE is one of the most prominent educational institutions
in Great Britain, based in London, being the first to establish the standards of teaching English worldwide.
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE is, at the same time, the leader of Business English courses in Romania.


“I worked for IH Bucharest during their 2017 Summer Camp in Romania, just outside of the town of Brasov. From the first Skype interview to the in-person meeting, the management staff were friendly and professional.

Working at the Summer Camp was a great experience and a lot of fun. The other teachers at the camp were great to work with – fun, supportive, knowledgeable and well organized. Although living on-site with children for 4 weeks can be demanding, the IH team made it very enjoyable – I felt part of a large and happy family.

Thank you again to IH management for the wonderful “Summer Experience” and to all the teachers that I was lucky enough to work with. A great team and a great time!” Matthew Phillis

“I worked for International House, Bucharest from February 2007 till December 2007. It was one of the most pleasant working experiences I have had. The atmosphere in the school is one of professionalism without being cold or impersonal. The staff go out of their way to be helpful and make you feel at home. The teachers are also very motivated and interested in their professional development which make the school constantly buzzing with energy and enthusiasm. Not only are the staff energetic but they are also able to pass on this feeling to the students making them keen and motivated learners and a pleasure to teach. I would highly recommend International House, Bucharest as a suitable working environment for foreign teachers.” Monica Koorichh