Our Teachers

Learn with the best English teachers in the world.

We’ve raised the standards for teaching and learning.




English is the world’s “Lingua Franca”, the language of commerce, diplomacy and science, and as such we understand that English is now a global language. We don’t speak of British English or American English but rather global English.

Our team of qualified teachers from over 140 different countries reflects this new reality. Bridge engages a global community of over 70,000 teachers with our certificate courses, micro-credentials, online summits, news magazine and webinar series.

Top Teachers, Top Credentials

In addition to specific credentials in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), Bridge teachers have university degrees and C1-C2 English language proficiency. The global diversity of our teacher pool reflects the use of English as the global lingua franca and allows us to bring you a diversity of accents, cultures and communicate in English the same way you do as a professional engaging in global commerce.

Are you an English Teacher?

Teach Business English online and join a team of global educators from 100+ countries!

A Teacher culture that espouses Continuous Professional Development.

At Bridge, we empower global teachers through accessible, affordable programs that support career advancement, encourage lifelong learning and offer new skills for an ever-evolving workplace.

Accreditation and Affiliation

Our prestigious accreditation and affiliations reflect our status as a post-secondary institution. In addition to U.S. Department of Education-recognized credentials, select Bridge courses have been vetted by the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDITTM) for university credit. Our premier teacher training course, the Bridge International Diploma in English Language Teaching (IDELTOnlineTM), is recognized as a formal pathway to an MA TESOL at universities around the world.

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