Teach in South Korea

South Korea is a small, very modern and high-tech country located across the South China Sea from Japan, and is one of the best places to teach English in East Asia thanks to superb natural attractions and excellent teaching salaries and packages.

South Korea is also known for beautiful mountain ranges that invite hiking in summer and skiing in winter, cherry orchards, Buddhist temples, beautiful beaches and islands and a unique chilli-based cuisine.

The many cities in South Korean offer all Western conveniences as well as uniquely Korean entertainment centres called ‘bangs’ (rooms) for playing computer games, watching DVDs and singing Karaoke. Temples throughout South Korea also offer opportunities to participate in Temple life and learn martial arts – and most teaching appointments offer plenty of time to do it.

Experience the ancient history and traditions that co-exist comfortably with the current culture of technological and industrial progress in South Korea.

Milestone Institute (M.I) started over 15 years ago in the Gangnam district. Due to an ever-growing list of students, they have opened up branches in different locations across South Korea. Their core curriculum is based on Reading and Writing using American textbooks, novels, and other non-fictional content. Their small class sizes allow the teachers to build strong relationships with their students allowing them to help students excel in their studies.

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They are looking for teachers that have the students’ best interest in mind and can work independently as well as part of a team. Whether you are looking to start a new career or further develop your career in Education, we believe M.I will be a fantastic opportunity for you.

 

  • Starts at 2,300,000 KRW per month, but can increase based on experience, qualifications, and interview performance. (You can check the current exchange rate here: xe.com)
  • Housing allowance (500,000 KRW per month)
  • A one-way flight from Korea to your home country (after completing contract)
  • Paid holidays
  • Medical insurance
  • National pension
  • Airport pickup, and much more.
  • Age groups: 6 to 12 years old.
  • Class size: No more than 6 students.
  • Work hours and schedules:Monday to Friday. Between 1:30pm to 9:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and between 1pm to 7pm on Wednesdays. On average, you’ll be teaching 25 hours per week, the rest will be office hours.
  • Locations:Bundang, Seoul, Daechi, Seocho, Mokdong, Kwangyo, and Busan, but most of the opportunities are available in Bundang right now.
  • Start dates:February (training in mid-January) and in August (training in mid-July).
  • Contract length: 12 month contracts available.

Due to work visa requirements, applicants must:

  • Be native English speakers from the USA, UK, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, or New Zealand.
  • Have completed all the education from 7th grade onward in one of the countries mentioned above
  • Hold a fully completed bachelor’s degree (or higher) from one of the countries mentioned above
  • Hold a clean national criminal background check.
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