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Preply Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    kirill bigai, Serge Lukyanov, Dmytro Voloshyn
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    1371 Beacon Street, Suite...
  • Link
    Preply website

Preply is a global language learning marketplace, connecting 50,000+ tutors with millions of learners from all over the world. Since the company launched in 2012, students have signed up to more than 15 million lessons.

Backed by some of the world’s leading investors, Preply is on a mission to shape the future of effective learning. Fueled by a belief that live engagement with a teacher is still the most effective way to learn a new skill, Preply is building a personalized learning space that will enable individual learners to reach their goals in the fastest way possible.

Powered by a tenfold increase in revenues over the last three years, Preply is now leading the online language tutoring segment globally and has 400+ employees of over 50 nationalities based across Barcelona, Kyiv, and the US. Preply is driven by a culture of experimentation and data-driven learnings focused on building best-in-class consumer and enterprise solutions.

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Rating is calculated based on 122 reviews and is evolving.



Tutor in Remote
on 15 March 2022
Can be a good

I started working for preply and was overwhelmed with new students. My first month of working I had no time off and was doing lessons all the time. In retrospect I would have started out at a higher rate for my lessons. The materials that are provided are okay, but I usually just use my own materials.

English Language Teacher in Remote
on 7 August 2022
Preply is ok

You can choose yoir own schedule, which is great. However, when you first start, Preply's commission is high, like 30%. The more you work, the less their cut is. Their professional development trainings are good and frequent.

Teacher in Toronto, ON
on 13 April 2022
Not a good option for experienced language teachers

4 key points: ~ Good if you need experience to learn the ropes of language teaching BUT ~ Takes a long time to develop a reputation & so your rate stays low (in order to get learners) ~ Most learners don't want to pay much, so it's difficult to earn a decent rate ~ Preply takes 33%(!!!) of your payment charge to learners - keeping it attractive for their customers but TERRIBLE for teachers trying to earn a living

English Second Language Teacher in Remote
on 12 February 2022
It's okay!

It's okay. You've got to be patient before you get students. The main thing that is terrible about this company is that you don't get paid for trial lessons so you actually end up doing a lot of free work. Like hours and hours of free classes. And they take a lot of commission as well. The support team is great though they always reply super quickly.

Tutor in Edmonton, AB
on 5 February 2022
Independent Contractor

Hard to get paid a livable wage. Nice to set your own flexible schedule. Some students a challenge to work with. Some professional development opportunities.

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