South Korea

Teach English at Public Schools
Ontesol has an agreement with EPIK, a national English program run by South Korea’s Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to assist qualified teachers with the application process.

Earn $1,800 and $2,300 a month, plus benefits and perks such as paid accommodation, bonuses that can be used towards airfare, health benefits, and more!

* Native speakers from Canada, US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa;
OR South Korean citizens with a good level of English.

*University degree

*100-hour TESOL certificate or higher TESOL qualification.

*Age limit is 55

Request your application form

Guide to TESOL South Korea:
1-South Korean Hospitality
2-Advantages and Disadvantages: Hagwons, Public Schools, and English Villages
3-Lost in Translation
4-Cultural Experience
7-What To Do For Fun!
9-TESOL Certification

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