Teaching English
in Japan With Sensei Bank

Teaching English in Japan and being your own boss just got a whole lot easier with the advent of teacher & student matching service Sensei Bank.

teacher employment service provider Sensei Bank

They enable thousands of Japanese students looking for private teachers to browse a database of information about potential teachers and to opt to purchase the contact information for those teachers that meet their particular needs.

Sensei Bank's service is advertised though eigoTown which reaches hundreds of thousands of students per month. It is absolutely free for teachers to register their details with Sensei Bank and advertise their service and gain private students.

You can offer your own language classes by registering here. It's a convenient, effective and free method of reaching prospective students. Their system allows you to choose your own time, location, and hourly rate.

Sensei Bank Review
We found Sensei bank to be an excellent service for finding jobs in Japan. Their site is easy to navigate, and their customer service is quite good as well. E-mail inquiries were answered the same day. Results are also pretty good. We got numerous inquiries and students, believe it or not, within just a few weeks of registering. Two thumbs up.

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