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Are You Interested in Teaching English in South Korea?

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Part of our mission is to help others fulfill their passion of traveling the world. One way that I was able to do this right out of university was to teach English in South Korea. It was one of the greatest experiences of my life that opened a whole new world to me. I want to help you have the same experience.

My Experience Teaching English in South Korea

In 2014, I left to teach English in South Korea, a decision that would change my life forever.

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Leading up to this decision, I had only left my home country of Canada once before. However, I knew I wanted to see more of the world. The money just was not there to jump on a plane for a year and travel the world.

The next best thing was to put my degree to work and find a job half way around the world to see more.

Teaching English in South Korea was one of the most rewarding things I ever did in my life up to this point. The friendships I made while there will live with me forever. Seeing another part of the world and embracing another culture was what I wanted. Being able to travel around South East Asia during my vacations was the cherry on top.

Do not get me wrong, there were many ups and downs. Leaving my family and friends for a year, which would actually turn into more than two years, was difficult.

What You Need to Teach English in South Korea

You will personally need to be a…

  • Citizenship from U.S., U.K., Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa (recognized English speaking nations).
  • Bachelor’s degree/diploma from an accredited college or university.
  • Original national level criminal record check (FBI in the U.S.) that is free of any charges or convictions.

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Documents you will need to have include…

  • Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree/diploma
  • Sealed college or university transcript
  • Original national level criminal background check (FBI in the U.S.)
  • Passport photos
  • Original contract (to be provided by your employer for visa processing at consulate)
  • Original passport that is valid for at least one year

How We Can Help You

The process towards becoming a teacher in South Korea can be quite daunting. Especially since you have to worry about moving and settling into your new surroundings.

We have been through this already. We know the mistakes that you can avoid. We can help you find the right placement and work with you to make this transition as smoothly as possible.

Join Our Next Webinar

Every once in a while we hop on a live stream and talk more about teaching English in South Korea, as well as answer any questions you may have.

Join us for the next one by filling in the form below and start your journey. We will send you an email when the next webinar is starting.

Alternatively you can contact us directly to get started.

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