Earn a U.S. Teaching
License from Anywhere
in the World

Online education that enables you
to learn and teach internationally.

Unlock a prestigious U.S. teaching certification to boost your global professional opportunities.

Earn your U.S. teaching license from anywhere in the world without relocating.

Acquire the skills, knowledge, and hands-on experience to excel in U.S. and international classrooms.

Leverage our global cohort model and partnerships to connect with educators and organizations worldwide.

Earning a U.S. teaching license abroad is a practical and achievable goal. You can complete this process
without setting foot in the U.S. Below are the key steps you’ll need to follow:

“With over 25 years in education, I was pleasantly surprised to learn about new and effective teaching strategies like entry routines, brain breaks, and the significance of SEL. One highlight of my experience was the opportunity to interact with various instructors and partake in Clinical Practice. The structure and flexibility of our CP instructor was instrumental in enhancing our learning experience.”

-Ajey Bali Vemulapadu, TEACH-NOW Alumni, India

“Education should open the world for someone, and Moreland does that!”

-Jason Cubbage, TEACH-NOW Alumni, Vietnam

“I would prefer Moreland University, because it provides lots of opportunity to learn from teachers across globe. Its a excellent platform to get updated with the latest technologies used in teaching. The online seminar were very useful to know how to make learning fun and teaching more ethical and innovative.”

– Jeevitha Gopalakrishnan, TEACH-NOW Alumni, South Korea

What is the application process for international candidates?

The application process at Moreland University is the same for all applicants. You will need to submit an application along with the required materials:

  • Bachelor’s degree transcript
  • Transcript evaluation if your baccalaureate degree is from an institution outside of the U.S.
  • Government-issued photo ID

When you submit your application, you will hear from an admissions representative within 24 hours. If you have any trouble submitting your required materials, your admissions representative will support you throughout the process.

If your application is approved and you are admitted to Moreland University, your next step will be to complete your enrollment by signing the enrollment agreement and submitting your tuition deposit. Once you have completed enrollment, you’ll be able to select a cohort start date and prepare to start the program! If you have any additional questions about the admissions process or what to expect, please contact our admissions team at admissions@moreland.edu.

Are the classes time-zone friendly?

We offer a variety of start dates and class times to accommodate our teaching candidates around the world! We’ve supported teachers from over 165 countries and offer class times that are convenient across all time zones.

What support services are available for international students?

Our international students receive the same supports that our US students receive! You’ll be assigned a program manager who will support your progress throughout the program. You’ll also work closely with faculty members and your cohort peers throughout the program. If you are enrolled in a program that includes clinical practice, our clinical coordinator will help you through the process of securing a placement site and finding a mentor. If you need any additional support or accommodations, please speak with your admissions representative so we may be able to further support you. We are dedicated to your success!

How can I get U.S. teaching certification?

Teaching certifications in the U.S. are issued by state departments of education. The TEACH-NOW Teacher Preparation Certificate Program is one step in the certification process. Upon completion of the program, you will be able to apply for certification in a US state. Our admissions team and your program advisor will help identify the best pathway for you and guide you through the process. You do not need to travel to the US to fulfill the requirements and apply for certification in the US. Read more about U.S. teaching certification here.