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Where can I join a TEFL placement program in Asia? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Where can I join a TEFL placement program in Asia? Although teaching jobs can be arranged in Asia once you arrive in your destination of choice, in many countries it is common for jobs to be arranged in advance from within your own country. One area where this is certainly true is if you join a government run placement program. The following are the most popular programs of their kind in Asia. Table of Contents What is the EPIK program for teaching English in South Korea? What are the requirements for the EPIK Program? What does the EPIK Program involve? Where will I be placed on the EPIK Program? What are the benefits of the EPIK Program? What is the TaLK Program for teaching English in South Korea? What are the requirements for the TaLK Program? What does the TaLK Program...  [Read more]

Where can I join a TEFL placement program in Asia? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Where can I join a TEFL placement program in Asia? Although teaching jobs can be arranged in Asia once you arrive in your destination of choice, in many countries it is common for jobs to be arranged in advance from within your own country. One area where this is certainly true is if you join a government run placement program. The following are the most popular programs of their kind in Asia. What is the EPIK program for teaching English in South Korea? EPIK stands for the English Program in Korea, a scheme run by the South Korean government that places foreign teachers into schools across the country to work as English language instructors. EPIK is one of the largest and most popular schemes of its kind as it offers a competitive salary, a good range of extra benefits, and the chance...  [Read more]

Which countries have a TEFL placement program? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Which countries have a TEFL placement program? If you want to have a job in place and all the paperwork sorted out before you leave your home country, a TEFL placement program is certainly worth considering. Several countries across Europe and Asia have government run schemes that recruit foreign teachers to work in their public school system. The following options are long established and respected programs that offer a great opportunity to live and work in some of the most popular teaching destinations. Table of Contents What is the TAPIF Program for teaching English in France? What are the requirements for the TAPIF Program? How do I apply for the TAPIF Program? Do I need a TEFL/TESOL certificate to apply to the TAPIF Program? What is the Cultural Ambassadors Program for teaching...  [Read more]

What is the EPIK program for teaching English in South Korea? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is the EPIK program for teaching English in South Korea? The EPIK program, which stands for English Program in Korea, is a prestigious initiative led by the South Korean government. Here's what you need to know: If you are interested in the EPIK program, we recommend reaching out to our TEFL recruitment partner Reach To Teach. Reach To Teach is an official partner of the EPIK program (English Program in Korea) and works with the Korean Ministry of Education to place English Language Instructors (ELIs) in Korean public schools throughout the country. Table of Contents What are the requirements for the EPIK Program? What does the EPIK Program involve? Where will I be placed on the EPIK Program? What are the benefits of the EPIK Program? What are the requirements for the EPIK...  [Read more]

Top 4 Asian Countries for Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Mon, 12 Sep 2022 Federico Riva Destinations TEFL Information Top 4 Asian Countries for Teaching English Abroad Mainland China and Taiwan form a very large part of the Asian ESL market. There are obviously many similarities but also many differences. In this blog we will look at some of the major differences in job requirement in these two regions. Table of Contents Watch the video about this topic China Taiwan Japan South Korea Are you ready to teach English as a foreign language? Related Articles: Check out what our course grads say in our many video testimonials! Watch the video about this topic China It is said that there were around 100,000 foreign teachers working in China until recently, so that's a huge number. China is a vast country with huge demand for EFL teachers. There...  [Read more]

Which countries have a TEFL placement program? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Which countries have a TEFL placement program? If you want to have a job in place and all the paperwork sorted out before you leave your home country, a TEFL placement program is certainly worth considering. Several countries across Europe and Asia have government run schemes that recruit foreign teachers to work in their public school system. The following options are long established and respected programs that offer a great opportunity to live and work in some of the most popular teaching destinations. What is the TAPIF Program for teaching English in France? The TAPIF Program, short for Teaching Assistant Program in France, is a government initiative that places applicants into French state schools to work as teaching assistants. The program provides a great opportunity to live and...  [Read more]

What is the TaLK Program for teaching English in South Korea? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is the TaLK Program for teaching English in South Korea? TaLK stands for Teach and Learn in Korea which is a government sponsored program that places foreign nationals into elementary schools across South Korea. TaLK is a similar program to the much larger EPIK; however, the TaLK Program differs by focusing on placements in underprivileged areas that might otherwise struggle to attract foreign teachers. Participants on the program will gain valuable teaching experience throughout their time in South Korea. There is also plenty of free time for exploring the local culture and for travel across the country and wider region. What are the requirements for the TaLK Program? The TaLK Program is open to college graduates or current undergraduate students who have completed at least two...  [Read more]

What is the EPIK program for teaching English in South Korea? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is the EPIK program for teaching English in South Korea? EPIK stands for the English Program in Korea, a scheme run by the South Korean government that places foreign teachers into schools across the country to work as English language instructors. EPIK is one of the largest and most popular schemes of its kind as it offers a competitive salary, a good range of extra benefits, and the chance to experience living and working in a unique cultural environment. If you meet the specified criteria then you could be one of the thousand plus teachers heading to South Korea this year to join the program. If you are interested in the EPIK program, we recommend reaching out to our TEFL recruitment partner Reach To Teach. Reach To Teach is an official partner of the EPIK program (English...  [Read more]

Applying for EPIK in Korea? Top 4 Tips to Prepare for EPIK to teach English in Korea - TEFL Blog


Tue, 18 Jul 2023 Ashton March Destinations TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Applying for EPIK in Korea? Top 4 Tips to Prepare for EPIK to teach English in Korea Are you considering applying for EPIK this year? If so, you’re probably wondering how to prepare for such a life-changing opportunity or how to make yourself stand out as a candidate. Two years ago, I was in the same situation and unfortunately, I was not accepted. Times have changed though. This time I’m not only prepared as a candidate but also as an educator, and I would like to share a few tips that could help you in this journey.First, let’s briefly go over what EPIK is. EPIK or English Program In Korea is a government program in Korea where schools hire English-speaking candidates to teach...  [Read more]

TEFL South Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Epik Smoe And Gepik Teaching Positions In Korea ann. 2


EPIK, SMOE and GEPIK Teaching Positions in Korea Date posted:2018-01-24 | 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...  [Read more]

TEFL Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Epik Smoe And Gepik Teaching Positions In Korea ann. 2


EPIK, SMOE and GEPIK Teaching Positions in Korea Date posted:2018-01-24 | 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...  [Read more]

A Day in the Life of an EPIK Teacher in South Korea - TEFL Blog


Tue, 18 Aug 2020 Brittany Varano Destinations Alumni Experiences A Day in the Life of an EPIK Teacher in South Korea For those thinking of teaching English in South Korea, the EPIK program offers one of the best job opportunities in Asia. An acronym that stands for "English Program in Korea," EPIK hires native English teachers to co-teach or lead English lessons in public elementary, middle, and high schools around the country. Table of Contents Listen to this blog post: So, who can teach English with EPIK? A Day in the Life of An EPIK Elementary Teacher: A Normal Teaching Schedule 7:00 - 7:30 am Wake Up + Get Ready 8:00 am Walk to School 8:30 am School Starts 9:00 am - 12:20 pm First - Fourth Periods 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm Lunch 1:10pm - 2:40pm Fifth + Sixth Periods 2:40 pm Students Go...  [Read more]

What is the TaLK Program for teaching English in South Korea? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is the TaLK Program for teaching English in South Korea? Teach and Learn in Korea (TaLK) is a government-backed initiative that assigns international individuals to elementary schools throughout South Korea. While similar to the more extensive EPIK program, TaLK's distinctiveness lies in its commitment to serving under-resourced areas, ensuring they too benefit from global teaching perspectives. Participants not only enrich their teaching portfolios but also immerse themselves in the diverse Korean culture, with ample opportunities to traverse both the nation and the surrounding regions. Table of Contents What are the requirements for the TaLK Program? What does the TaLK Program involve? Where will I be placed on the TaLK Program? What are the benefits of the TaLK Program? ...  [Read more]

The Best Government Programs For Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Mon, 26 Mar 2018 Linda Dunsmore Destinations TEFL Information The Best Government Programs For Teaching English Abroad Teaching English abroad is now a popular career option for many people of all ages. While there is a strong demand for TEFL certified teachers in many different regions of the world, there are certain countries who have implemented government-funded programs to attract foreign English teachers. Through these programs, qualified English teachers are placed into schools around their countries where they are employed for a set period of time. Here is a list of the best government programs for teaching English abroad. Table of Contents Listen to this blog post: EPIK for Teaching English in South Korea Requirements and More Information About the Program: How to Apply...  [Read more]

TEFL South Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Positions Teaching English In Korea


Positions Teaching English in Korea Date posted:2016-03-10 | Writer: Reach To Teach | Email: [email protected] Reach To Teach has a variety of openings in South Korea for TEFL trained teachers who are available to start work in August of this year. These are EPIK, SMOE and GEPIK Teaching Positions. EPIK, SMOE and GEPIK are programs sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Education. Through the programs, over 1,000 teachers are placed in EFL teaching jobs every year. Reach To Teach is the ONLY official North American partner that works with the Korean Ministry of Education to place English Language Instructors (ELIs) in Korean public schools throughout the country. All teachers receive the following benefits: • Free housing provided by the Program (utilities not...  [Read more]

TEFL Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Positions Teaching English In Korea


Positions Teaching English in Korea Date posted:2016-03-10 | Writer: Reach To Teach | Email: [email protected] Reach To Teach has a variety of openings in South Korea for TEFL trained teachers who are available to start work in August of this year. These are EPIK, SMOE and GEPIK Teaching Positions. EPIK, SMOE and GEPIK are programs sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Education. Through the programs, over 1,000 teachers are placed in EFL teaching jobs every year. Reach To Teach is the ONLY official North American partner that works with the Korean Ministry of Education to place English Language Instructors (ELIs) in Korean public schools throughout the country. All teachers receive the following benefits: • Free housing provided by the Program (utilities not...  [Read more]

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The Most Popular TEFL Destinations For Teachers Applying for EPIK in Korea? Top 4 Tips to Prepare for EPIK to teach English in Korea Ashton March Destinations TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Preparing for EPIK? Gain teaching experience, work with a recruiter, gather necessary documents, and plan your finances. Lean on your support system for a smoother journey. Good luck! What is Grammar in English - Everything EFL Teachers Need to Know Federico Riva Destinations TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Discover the importance of grammar in English language communication. Learn about parts of speech, tenses, modal auxiliary verbs, and effective teaching methodologies. Enhance your language skills and become a confident communicator. Tips & Resources for LGBTQIA+...  [Read more]

Teaching English in South Korea - What you need to know! - TEFL Blog


Fri, 19 Mar 2021 Federico Riva Destinations TEFL Information Teaching English in South Korea - What you need to know! Hi and welcome to another live session from ITTT. My name is Linda and I'm here today to talk about teaching English in South Korea. Table of Contents Watch the live session here Mandy has asked if I teach in a public or private school or is it all private? I can see a lot of questions already coming in, that's awesome. Great question from Amy. Should anyone even bother looking into teaching abroad while there are COVID lockdowns in place? Mandy says, I'm interested in teaching abroad but South Korea is my ultimate place to teach. I just got done with the TEFL course and I have to finish my practicum to get my certificate. Amy asks, does he still celebrate his...  [Read more]

Teaching English In South Korea What You Need To Know! - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Teaching English in South Korea - What you need to know!   Hi and welcome to another live session from ITTT. My name is Linda and I'm here today to talk about teaching English in South Korea. Let me just show you today's topic so that everybody who's joining knows what's happening today. Today we're talking about teaching English in South Korea and I'm so excited about this topic and it's actually been a super requested topic every time I do a live session. I've been living in Korea for almost six years and I have been teaching a few different classes. I have done summer camps and winter camps and teaching kids and teaching adults, teaching business English, teaching conversation, teaching full-time at a kindergarten and elementary school with afternoon programs and stuff like that....  [Read more]

Step-By-Step Guide to Legally Teaching English in South Korea - TEFL Blog


Tue, 17 Apr 2018 Linda Dunsmore Visa and Legal Destinations Step-By-Step Guide to Legally Teaching English in South Korea South Korea is one of the most attractive locations for teaching English as a foreign language. The country has been welcoming foreign teachers for decades with lucrative salary and benefit packages, as well as the government-funded EPIK program that places qualified teachers into public schools across the country. South Korea is a great place to work whether you are a new teacher or if you have some experience in the field. However, it is important that you understand the local job market and regulations before heading off on your adventure. Table of Contents Listen to this blog post: Step 1: Understanding the Visa Situation Step 2: Get Your TEFL Certification ...  [Read more]

TEFL South Korea - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in South Korea


TEFL jobs in South Korea 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...  [Read more]

TEFL Korea - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in Korea


TEFL jobs in Korea 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...  [Read more]

What is the TFETP Program for teaching English in Taiwan? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is the TFETP Program for teaching English in Taiwan? The Taiwan Foreign English Teacher Program (TFETP) is a prominent initiative supported by the Taiwanese government. Its goal is to recruit international English educators for public schools throughout Taiwan, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with esteemed global programs like EPIK in South Korea, JET in Japan, and TAPIF in France. Participants of TFETP benefit from a competitive salary, complimentary round-trip airfare, and a suite of other advantages that will enhance their teaching experience in Taiwan. For comprehensive insights, visiting the official TFETP website is recommended. Table of Contents What are the requirements for the TFETP program? How do I apply for the TFETP? What are the benefits of the TFETP? What are the...  [Read more]

How do I get a job teaching English in South Korea? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How do I get a job teaching English in South Korea? Securing a job teaching English in South Korea requires specific steps and qualifications. First, aspiring teachers should hold a 4-year college degree and a TEFL certificate. Additionally, you need to be a native English speaker and obtain an E-2 teaching visa. Clean health checks, drug tests, and a clean, national-level criminal record are mandatory. Once successfully employed, teachers can anticipate salaries ranging from $1,500 to $3,000 US monthly. Plus, most employers offer benefits like paid airfares, complimentary housing, and an end-of-contract bonus. Table of Contents What are the requirements for teaching English in South Korea? What Kind of school will I work in teaching English in South Korea? What is the best way to...  [Read more]

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TEFL & TESOL Jobs Assistance FAQ One very popular option when looking for a job teaching English abroad is to join a national recruitment scheme that places teachers into local schools. Several countries around the world have well-established programs that actively recruit teachers before they leave their home country. Another major benefit of this route into teaching is that your visas and work permits will be organized for you and accommodation and flights are often included. Check out our FAQs covering the various options below. What is the TAPIF Program for teaching English in France?    One of the most popular and convenient ways to secure a job teaching English abroad is to apply for a government recruitment program that places teachers into public schools. The...  [Read more]

Top 6 Government-run TEFL Teacher Programs - TEFL Blog


Fri, 03 Nov 2023 Federico Riva TEFL Information Teaching Ideas Top 6 Government-run TEFL Teacher Programs Looking to embark on an adventure abroad while making a positive impact as an English teacher? Government-run TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) programs offer an incredible opportunity to do just that. These well-organized initiatives, often backed by various countries' governments, provide aspiring educators with a unique chance to teach English in foreign lands, all while gaining an unforgettable cross-cultural experience. Table of Contents 1. FEI/TAPIF — France: International/USA Applications and Eligibility 2. NET Scheme in Hong Kong How to Qualify for the HK NET Scheme Category One requires: 3. CETP Hungary Application Process 4. JET Japan Application...  [Read more]

These are the Best Government Programs for Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Mon, 08 Mar 2021 Federico Riva TEFL Information Teaching Ideas These are the Best Government Programs for Teaching English Abroad Hi my name is Linda from ITTT, international TEFL and TESOL Training and I'm back again today for another live session. If you can hear me and see me please let me know as I'm trying out a new mic today so if that is working well it would be good to know. So please leave a quick comment to say hi and where you're watching from. I have been living in South Korea for five and a half years, so for me right now it's 10:00 a.m. Friday morning. Let me know where you are tuning in from and what time it is where you are. Table of Contents Watch the live session here So back to today's topic. The best government programs for teaching English abroad. So what does...  [Read more]

These Are The Best Government Programs For Teaching English Abroad - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


These are the Best Government Programs for Teaching English Abroad   Hi my name is Linda from ITTT, international TEFL and TESOL Training and I'm back again today for another live session. If you can hear me and see me please let me know as I'm trying out a new mic today so if that is working well it would be good to know. So please leave a quick comment to say hi and where you're watching from. I have been living in South Korea for five and a half years, so for me right now it's 10:00 a.m. Friday morning. Let me know where you are tuning in from and what time it is where you are. Okay cool, hi South Africa, welcome and thanks so much for joining. I guess you can see me and you can hear me so that's really great. Let's just wait for a few more people to join and then we can get...  [Read more]

Live Session with ITTT Alumna Brittany from "The Life of Brit" - TEFL Blog


Fri, 19 Mar 2021 Federico Riva Destinations Alumni Experiences Live Session with ITTT Alumna Brittany from "The Life of Brit" Welcome to another live session this week and we're on at a different time this week. Usually we're a little bit earlier, but we have a special guest today, and that's because she's based in Germany. So we had to change the time a little bit. I’m Linda from ITT, you've probably seen me before, if you've watched us live and I’m here with Brit today. Table of Contents Watch the live session here That's cool, that’s exciting. Have you been to Luxemburg? Like I said, we have Brittany here today. We're doing a TEFL talk, sort of a casual TEFL talk today. We are live on Facebook, and we're also live on YouTube. So please don't hesitate to ask...  [Read more]

What are the best countries to teach English in Asia? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What are the best countries to teach English in Asia? Embark on an overseas teaching adventure, whether for a gap year or a fresh start in a new career, and Asia emerges as an undeniable contender. With its vast expanse, Asia attracts countless people seeking English teaching opportunities abroad, thanks to a plethora of job prospects and a rich tapestry of cultures to explore. While the requirements for teaching in Asia vary, a strong command of English and a TEFL certification from a reputable provider like ITTT are essential. Among the nearly 50 countries in Asia, we highlight the following as prime options for teaching English right now: South Korea With an exceptionally high demand for TEFL qualified teachers nationwide, South Korea has gained popularity as one of the world's top...  [Read more]

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