I sent my cover letter and resume to this company last night, and was contacted by a company rep this morning at 8 a.m.
I can't really find any concrete information about this company online. They asked for a CA $ 590 processing fee when a job is guaranteed, (apparently they used to ask for more, I found a forum posting from 4 years ago that said they used to ask for $ 1500 for processing fee)On the other hand, I did found a few blog posts about people who went through them and they seemed to be satisfied
Hello, I am from the UK but am not in currently in the country. I wish to teach English in South Korea and am wondering how possible it is to find a teaching job in Korea and apply for it from outside of the UK? Any help and information on this matter will be greatly appreciated.
Hi everyone on the forum!
My worry of late has been around the question of who a native speaker of English is.I want to strongly disagree with those who claim that English can only be taught effectively by citizens from Canada,UK,NZ,US,AUS,SA and Ireland.
If you ever need a background check and an apostille go here:
I went to UC Berkeley and I'm planning to teach in South Korea for a year because the economy in the U.S. is really bad. Anyway, they were very helpful in helping getting me get my background check and apostille.
Off to Korea for me. Hopefully, the Korean BBQ is good over there as it's good in San Francisco.
Hey everyone! I just wanted to share something
with you all. So, I was looking for teaching jobs in Korea and stumbled
upon a site that reviews hagwons in Korea: http://www.hagwon.reliableteacher.com/. They don't have lot of reviews up yet, but the site has a lot of potential. You could submit your own hagwon reviews too.
As I was searching for jobs in Korea, one of the agencies that I went through was a Canadian agency called ASKNOW (asknow.ca). I am Korean-American and have an F-4 visa. I was sent the following message in an e-mail: