How it works
Stage 1 - Apply through our website:
Once your application form has been submitted, our team will carefully consider your application to see if you are a good match for us.
Stage 2 - Online interview.
You will be invited to an online interview by email. You can expect the interview to last for 60 minutes, and to answer mostly competency-based questions to further assess how well you will fit in the role as well as assessing your ability to break down concepts within the subject(s) that you want to tutor.
Stage 3 - Welcome to Int-learn!
Upon acceptance, you will receive an email from us with details on how to log in to your Int-learn tutor account as well as how to use its main functions. After your tutor profile and timetable are set up, you will be ready to start teaching!
We offer an unparalleled package of convenience and flexibility. Whether you are working professionally and looking to make a bit extra on the side, or a full-time student hungry to start earning and help others along the way, tutoring on Int-learn is the solution.
Full list of tutor benefits:
Earn money - receive a pay rate (starting at US$35 after commission) above the standard rate. You also have the potential to increase your hourly pay based on performance.
Convenience - teach in the comfort of your own home, saving both the time and expenses of travelling that is involved in face-to-face tutoring. Let Int-learn take care of the student search process to save time.
Flexibility - build your tutoring commitments around your schedule. Decide whether you want to teach for only one hour a week, multiple hours and sessions or make it a full time job.
Work as much as you like, and not any more - have the freedom to choose your own working hours. We do not have a minimum for commitment hours.
Enrich your resume - demonstrate your mastery of communication skills, interpersonal skills and time management on top of teaching ability.
Network through Int-learn - expand your network by attending Int-learn’s networking events and be part of a rapidly expanding global company that strives to modernize and reshape education.
We Want You
Who We're Looking For
We are searching for highly competent and enthusiastic tutors from elite institutions with a passion for mentoring younger students.
Int-learn tutors have:
Strong academic backgrounds
Interest in helping others through mentorship and education
Enthusiasm interacting with people from different cultures
The ability to break down complex concepts
Strong communication and engagement skills
Excellent time-management and organizational skills
Please have a look at the list of key universities where we are currently recruiting. If your institution is not on the list, please do not be discouraged. We do accept exceptional candidates and will also be expanding this list in the future. Send us an email titled “Exceptional Applicant” at email@example.com to let us know!
King's College London
Imperial College London
London School of Economics
University College London
University of Edinburgh
University of Toronto
Australian National University
University of New South Wales
University of Sydney
California Institute of Technology
Johns Hopkins University
University of Chicago
University of Michigan Ann Arbor
University of Pennsylvania
In order to provide the optimal learning experience, all tutors must have the following:
Your internet download and upload speeds must both be a minimum of 500 kbps. However, the faster the better!
A fast and reliable computer
Int-learn online classroom can be accessed through a desktop, laptop or tablet in a suitable browser. Your computer must have at least 1GB of RAM and have a 1GHz processor or better.
Integrated microphone or headphones
You will need an integrated microphone or headphones with an attached microphone.
Nowadays most computer devices have a webcam built in. If yours does not, you will need to purchase an external webcam.
Stylus (highly recommended)
For tutors, we highly recommend investing in an external stylus writer as it will make it that much easier to draw diagrams for your students.