A university degree
A formal teaching qualification, such as, a B.Ed., M.Ed., PGCE, PGdip or QTS (Please note that TESOL and TEFL certificates qualify teachers for ESL positions only)
A minimum of 2 years of full-time teaching experience in a school setting
Experience teaching the IB Curriculum is ideal
Experience of working with children who have English as an additional language is ideal
Housing or housing allowance/stipend (assistance to find housing)
Comprehensive medical cover for teacher and dependents
100% school fees subsidy for up to two children
The school in South Korea is an ever-expanding IB World School, providing education from Early Years through to Grade 12. The full authorisation by the International Baccalaureate Organisation means that the school offers students the IB PYP, MYP and DP. Additionally, the school is accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Due to the ever-expanding nature of the school and its inquiry-based curriculum, the school provides staff with fantastic continuous professional development opportunities, as well as career development opportunities.
South Korea, located in East Asia, is a neighbouring country of Japan and China. Within such close proximity of many unique and historical countries, you can fly direct to Japan, Beijing, Shanghai, Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mongolia and Macau in under 4-hours, making your teaching experience a much larger experience that previously expected. Slightly over 4 hours, why not visit the islands of Guam and Palau, or for a slightly longer flight of just under 6-hours, enjoy a trip to Brunei, Thailand, Cambodia or Vietnam. Apart from the tremendous opportunity to travel and broaden your horizons, Korea is world-famous for its music, K-pop, and renowned for its vibrant cities, futuristic modernity, year-round festivals, trendsetting, exciting restaurants and coffee shops. Additionally, Korean nightlife is something that needs to be seen in-person, with drinking very much an important part of Korean culture. Drinking is considered by Koreans as the opportune moment to socialize with friends, family and work colleagues and you will never find yourself far from a street lined with local and Western influenced bars.
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