1. Should I work with many recruiters to increase my chances of getting a teaching job in Korea?
No! Recruiters submit your documents to many schools in Korea. If you are working with many recruiters, your documents will get submitted to the same school from multiple resources. The employer will consider your application as spam and it will be disregarded. We only work with candidates who work exclusively with us to avoid any problems.
2. Do I need a university degree to teach in Korea?
Yes you need a university degree to teach English in Korea. To Teach English in Korea, your university degree must be from an English speaking country.
3. Do I have to be a citizen of an English speaking country to teach English in Korea?
Yes! To teach English in Korea, you must hold a passport from either America, Canada, the UK, South Africa, England, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand.
4. Do I need experience to teach English in Korea?
No. You don’t need any experience to teach English in Korea.
5. Should I sign up for the TEFL course?
Employers want teachers with the 120 hour TEFL course. If you want to get TEFL certified, click here.
6. Will I pay off my student loans while teaching English in Korea?
If you are careful with your money, you can put over $1000 a month on your student loans while teaching English in Korea.
7. Will I meet other university graduates while teaching English in Korea?
Yes! You will meet lots of other graduates teaching in Korea from all over the world.
8. Can I teach English in Korea with a friend?
Definitely! However, your friend must have a university degree to teach English in Korea. I do have couple jobs. Couples need to be flexible on location within Korea.
9. Will I get shared or single accommodation while teaching English in Korea?
Most schools offer single accommodation.
10. Does the school set the curriculum and provide all the books?
Yes they do. You don’t need to buy anything.
11. Do I need to know any Korean to teach English in Korea?
No you will be teaching English.
12. What are the ages of students?
Most schools are a mix of students from kindergarten to high school.
13. Do I need any vaccinations before going to Korea?
Yes you do. Please check with your local health care center.
14. Will I get a drug test when I get to Korea?
Yes you will. If you fail you will be deported from the country at your own expense.
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