Teach EFL in South Korea

Date posted:2012-11-15 | Writer: Kyungnam University | Email: [email protected]

The Center for International Education at Kyungnam University has openings for EFL teachers to teach credit freshman English, sophomore conversation, writing, listening, interview and business English classes as well as non-credit classes, teacher training and camps. We offer a one year contract to teach 15 hours a week, with plenty of opportunity for paid overtime. Preference will be given to those with a Master degree in education, linguistics or related fields as well as to those with previous university work experience. Holders of  TESOL, TEFL or CELTA certificates will also be considered.
-Monthly salary of 2.15 million won for B.A. holders, 2.25 million won for Master’s degree holders. A raise of 100 000 won will be applied when a contract is renewed.
-20,000 won per hour overtime is paid for all credit course hours over 15 per week.
-Fully furnished individual on-campus accommodation with a/c, free internet access and optional cable TV (monthly stipend of 300,000 won given for teachers living off campus).
-One-year contract, renewable.
-Faculty members can be asked to teach a maximum of eight weeks during vacation periods per contract year. All vacation work is paid extra at overtime rates.
-Cover letter, including information about your current employment situation
-Copy of the information page of your passport
-Copy of Alien Registration Card (front and back), if currently employed in Korea

Additional documents, including transcripts, degrees, and a criminal record check will be needed for the interview.
Forward application email to the address given on the job heading.for the attention of The Academic Coordinator.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


A good classroom management will ensure the atmosphere provides a warm, safe and stimulating environment where students can confidently grow in their skills. It is essential that the teacher use eye contact and correct body language in order to engage his class best and balances individual or group activities as well as individual or group/mutual support and adapts his classroom set up accordingly.I never spent much time focusing of conditionals when I was in school. My teachers would always cover this maybe in one day and move on. This lesson has helped me clear up some questions that i've had about conditionals for quite a long time. I feel that this lesson really helped me. Also we never spent much time learning reported speech that was direct. I never understood the differences until now.