English-speaking students, 3rd year abroad students, expatriates, gap year students, post-graduate students… No French required.
In France or not yet.


Language Instructor jobs in France. Children aged 3 to 12. English teachers are welcome, but no teaching experience is required. Training provided.


Jobs in ParisLyon,


Part-time jobs from 5 to 25 hours per week. Build your own schedule to fit in around studies or other commitments.
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With its method based on scientific research and carefully adapted to the different stages of childhood, Babylangues has become France’s leading specialist in early language acquisition and revolutionised the way children learn foreign languages through interactive activities taking place in their homes. Acclaimed by linguists and extensively covered in prestigious media outlets (BBC, NPR…), Babylangues recruits Anglophone instructors throughout the year and offers them the opportunity of a job in France, regardless of their level in French.

Become a Language Instructor

No prior teaching credentials are required to apply for our jobs in France and teach English, as all Babylangues Instructors are fully trained and provided with extensive pedagogical material upon joining the company. Over the course of their sessions, instructors introduce children to a range of fun activities (singing, dancing, drawing, etc.) and acquire invaluable professional skills to teach English as a second language. Furthermore, working with a French family is a great chance for instructors to improve their French and gain a first-hand insight into French culture.

“Paris is cool! I was on my Year Abroad in France, I had found an internship in Paris but was unpaid and therefore needed to find a job that paid as well and the person that did the same internship the year before recommended Babylangues. It seemed like a good job to do on top of my internship. I was a bit nervous but actually has been amazing.”

Alice, English Babylangues Instructor, April 28th 2016

“The best moment was when the parents sent me photos of me with the children and put me in their photo albums. It’s very lovely when the children actually speak English. And Babylangues kept putting me on boats which I appreciated!
Thank you for having me and employing me, it has been truly appreciated. I would definitely recommend Babylangues to my friends.”

Luca, Babylangues Instructor, January 25th 2017

“A great job to have and a good experience in terms of teaching. I have gained teaching skills.
It has been amazing to see the kid improve in english and warm to me after initially being very against the whole experience.
I would like to thank the entire Babylangues team! I really enjoyed teaching the child and made friends through the Babylangues training day.”

Deborah, English Babylangues Instructor, December 28th 2018

“I really enjoyed working with my family. They were friendly and generous, and their child was playful, sensitive and eager to learn. It is difficult to pick one enjoyable moment in particular, but if I had to, I would say that my favorite moment was every time I saw the little boy’s face light up with recognition and excitement when he saw me come to pick him up from school.”

Ila, Babylangues Instructor in Paris, 24th October 2017

“I’ve learnt an invaluable amount about living in a foreign city and about working with children in a different country. It will definitely make me much more comfortable travelling around Europe and it’s been a great starting point for life abroad. It was very comforting to have the initial knowledge that Babylangues would support me once I had arrived in France.”

Kathryn, Babylangues Instructor in Paris, 31st March 2017

Job description

Job description - Workshop

Salary and benefits

Bird - Salary Benefits Apply Flexible hours

Working hours

Flexible Working Hours - Animals Zoom

Our Philosophy

Learn a foreign language - Our Philosophy - Birds Green Background

Learn how to teach

Birds - Learn how to teach

Learn French

Learn French - River Canal


Accommodation in France - Street Montmartre

Referral Programme

Work in France - Thank You - Invite your friends

Help Settling in

Help Settling In - Suitcases Dog Small

Free guided tours

Free guided tours in Paris - Balloons

Free Velib Pass



Transportation - Metropolitain Paris Sepia

Study in France

Study in France - Tour Eiffel and Carroussel

Our Community

Our Community - Birds Red

French or no French?

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Testimonials - Rocket and Stars

Notre histoire

Notre Histoire - Pieds Enfant

English Speaking Jobs in Paris

English Speaking Jobs in Paris - Place des Vosges - Teaching English

Mardis de Babylangues

Language Exchange - Mardis de Babylangues - Echange Linguistique gratuit


Babylangues reviews - English speaking jobs in france


Help Settling In Bonjour - Life in France

Trips & Excursions

Trips & Excursions - Map of France

Live in… Nice

Calendar & Good deals

Calendar & good deals - Fruit Market

French Cinema

French Cinema - Projector Old

French traditions

French traditions - Accordion

Live in… Lille

English Speaking Jobs in Lyon

Jobs in Lyon - Lyon


Intraduisibles - Dictionnaire traduction

English Workshops

english workshops for toddlers

Jobs für Deutschsprachler

Job Allemand - Jobs für Deutschsprachler in Paris

Working in Paris as a Student

Working in Paris as a Student - girl reading by the canal

The One Year Review

Babylangues reviews - English speaking jobs in france

Work in Paris

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Working Abroad in France

Working Abroad in France - Sketches School Elements

English Speaking Jobs in Lille

Jobs in Lille - place noir et blanc

Inscription pour francophones – Mardis de Babylangues

French workshops - Intraduisibles

A great start for life abroad!

life abroad

Running in Paris

running in paris

Les Blagues Carambar

the carambar bars at the origin of the joke

Metro-expo-resto #8

metro expo

Faire la bise

faire la bise

Journée en Normandie

normandy rocks


french language tips

Quiche Lorraine

quiche lorraine recipe


Train Travel

train travel

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