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510 Million Euros were spent on English language materials in Asia in 2002. That’s a lot of money, getting close to a Billion $ US. A large part of this was spent in South Korea. After the Japanese, Koreans spend more on English language learning than any other country in Asia, with the Chinese closing ground yearly. TEFL jobs in Korea can be found almost everywhere and anywhere. Such is the demand TEFL graduates have no problem in finding a TEFL job in Korea. Pay is good, cost of living reasonable and you can expect to save a good part of your salary each month. Culturally, Korea in mind-boggling. Expect to teach in a country unlike any other. Pay a visit to Teaching English in Korea for further information on teaching here. View sample TEFL job offers in Korea below. If you’d like to teach in Korea, look over TEFL job web sites for many job postings in Korea. Have a CV or Resume ready to send schools.

  •  University in Korea Seeks TEFL Qualified Teachers


    Writer: Yonsei University | Email: [email protected]

    Yonsei University Foreign Language Institute welcomes candidates for a full-time instructor position to teach in FLI’s English Language Program. The FLI has over 40 years’ experience in educating university students, business populations, professors, and the public who are interested in learning English for integrative and/or instrumental purposes. FLI seeks instructors who have noteworthy experience and educational background in the field of EFL/ESL and who are available to start on July 2nd, 2018. Job Title: Full-time English Instructor (1) Qualifications: 1) Minimum requirements: Native level speaker of English with a Master’s Degree in English Language Education, Linguistics, or other related field of study and a minimum of 2 years teaching experience as a full/part-time...   Read more

  •  Full-Time EFL Teachers Needed For Young Learners in Korea


    Writer: Maple Bear Pyeongchon | Email: [email protected]

    Maple Bear is an immersion school that teaches students through hands-on, play based learning. At Maple Bear Global Schools we believe that nothing is more important than the education of our children. The Maple Bear mission is to deliver a student-focused learning system in a safe, secure and stimulating environment that prepares students for success at the post-secondary level and that instills a passion for life-long learning. We are looking for energetic and resourceful full-time EFL teachers for an open teaching position that begins this April. We have a great staff of native English teachers with Korean partner teachers to assist and team-teach. We are in Anyang, 45 minutes from downtown Seoul. We teach kindergarten and elementary children Monday to Friday, 30 teaching hours per...   Read more

  •  Teach EFL in a Private School in South Korea!


    Writer: Reach to Teach | Email: [email protected]

    Reach To Teach's South Korea program is one of our most popular teach abroad programs, and for good reason. We place hundreds of happy teachers in South Korea each year. With Reach To Teach, you can count on being placed at an excellent school that will take good care of you. No scams. No hassles. Check out our program reviews to see what teachers have to say about us! We have many openings at various schools located throughout Korea  START DATES: We have positions starting throughout the year. TEACHING REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree Native Speaker from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, the UK, and the US Preference for positions is given to teachers that hold a 120-hour TEFL/CELTA/TESOL certificate No teaching experience required if you have a TEFL certificate You...   Read more

  •  EPIK, SMOE and GEPIK Teaching Positions in Korea


    Writer: Reach to Teach | Email: [email protected]

    Reach to Teach has EPIK, SMOE and GEPIK Teaching Positions in Korea staring in August 2018. What is EPIK? EPIK stands for English Program in Korea, a program sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Education. The EPIK Program was established in 1995 with the mandate to improve the English speaking abilities of students and teachers in Korea and to develop cultural exchanges. Through the EPIK Program, over 1,000 teachers are placed in ESL teaching jobs every year. Reach To Teach works with the Korean Ministry of Education to place English Language Instructors (ELIs) in Korean public schools throughout the country. What is SMOE? Public school positions with the SMOE (Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education) are some of the most sought after in Korea. Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is...   Read more

  •  Vacancies For TEFL Trained Teachers in Korea


    Writer: Korean Horizons | Email: [email protected]

    Korean Horizons provides government public schools for the peak seasons of March & September and have public school EFL positions throughout the entire year. We work with more education offices than any other recruitment company, and we therefore have more public schools jobs than any other recruitment company out there today. We are a recruitment company which officially works with EPIK. We also officially work with the Incheon Office of Education, the Chungnam Office of Education and the Gyungnam Office of Education. The Gyeonggi (GEPIK) program has decided to ask for teachers from EPIK; so if you want to be near Seoul and in a Public School - apply with Korean Horizons! We can make it happen for you! We are owned & operated by UK nationals and are a registered company in South...   Read more

  •  Immediate Opportunity in Korea Teaching EFL


    Writer: YBM ECC | Email: [email protected]

    YBM ECC is currently looking for EFL teachers to work at one of our branches starting in November. YBM is one of the largest English Centers for Children (ECC) in Korea with over 70 schools throughout Korea. Every ECC has between 5-10 different English Teachers from other countries. We have an established curriculum that is constantly evolving to accommodate the most recent advances in ESL methodology, curriculum development and pedagogy. We offer a secure job and ensure that you get all the benefits required by law (pension, healthcare, severance). You will be teaching students ranging from kindergarten to elementary school with classroom sizes between 4-12 students.  There are about 26 teaching hours a week, and times are usually between 9am-6am.  It's an 8 hour block.              Read more

  •  Public School TEFL Jobs in South Korea


    Writer: Handskorea Recruiting | Email: [email protected]

    Since the world has become more globalized, English has become the major language people use internationally. Thus, English education in Korea has shot up in the past few years. As a result, government and schools are now starting to increase the number of foreign teachers in Korea. Currently, Handskorea Recruiting is looking for numerous EFL teachers who are dedicated and passionate. No experience in these fields is necessary. Teaching in Korea is a rewarding and valuable experience and a great chance to wide your views by travelling around Korea, which has one of the oldest cultures in the world. Positions are available at public schools. You can expect a competitive salary based on your TEFL qualifications and teaching experience. The cost of living in Korea is reasonable,...   Read more

  •  Full Time EFL Position in Korea


    Writer: SLI Education | Email: [email protected]

    Suwon Global Village (SGV) is currently looking for an EFL teacher who can start working in Sep 2017. We are an English immersion center and do not teach in a traditional classroom environment. We have themed classes such as airplane, cooking, science lab, gym, and etc. providing students with the opportunity to learn English through role-play, activities and games. We believe that experiencing English in such an environment allows students to learn more effectively, have fun, and feel comfortable. JOB DETAILS: • Job Type: Full-Time • Contract Period: One year • Start date: Sep 2017 • Students: Kindergarten, elementary and middle school • Time: 09:00 ~ 18:00 (M~F) • Pay: 2.3-2.5million KRW (EXCL. TAX) depending on experience. • Housing: Paid apartment will be provided....   Read more

  •  TEFL Positions in Central Seoul, Korea


    Writer: Chungdahm Institute Seongbuk Branch | Email: [email protected]

    We are a branch of Chung Dahm Learning, a publicly-traded company and leader of English education in Korea. The company has over 100 locations, 40,000 students, and over 1,000 trained instructors throughout Korea. We offer free training and a pre-developed curriculum. Our branch in Central Seoul is experiencing excellent growth and we are looking to hire teachers to join our team of foreign instructors starting in August and September. This is an ideal position for newly qualified TEFL graduates. Job Description: - Working hours: Monday-Friday: 4pm-10pm. Instructors do not work every shift (see below). - Average of 102 hours/month (maximum of 125 hours ) - Working days: Monday to Friday. Per the teaching schedule, teachers may have 4~5 working days in a 3 month term. -...   Read more

  •  TEFL Positions in Korea Beginning This Summer


    Writer: Chung Dahm Learning | Email: [email protected]

    Chung Dahm Learning, Korea’s foremost leader in English education, is currently looking to fill numerous EFL teaching positions beginning this summer, with the majority of positions starting in August. We are seeking people who are interested in making an impact on children’s lives, learning about and becoming a part of a new culture, and growing professionally both as an individual and within the Chung Dahm community. We are continuously recruiting so we will do our best to accommodate your start time. One of the great perks about working for Chung Dahm Learning is no prior teaching experience is needed and you will go through formal training prior to teaching your first class. This is an ideal first job following your TEFL course. Chung Dahm offers a generous benefits package that...   Read more

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