- A university degree
- A formal teaching qualification, such as, a B.Ed., M.Ed., PGCE, PGdip or QTS (TESOL and TEFL certificates qualify teachers for ESL positions only)
- A minimum of 5 years working experience in education required
- Understanding of international education
- Excellent knowledge of the IGCSE and A-Level and current assessment practices.
- Competitive salary
- Housing or housing allowance/stipend (assistance to find housing)
- Comprehensive medical cover
- Annual flights
- 100% school fees subsidy for children
- 2- year contract (renewable)
The school boasts highly experienced teachers and good facilities. Providing education for students from the ages of 3 to 18, the school offers the Cambridge International Curriculum, which, in itself, is based on the English National Curriculum. In the EYFS, students follow the British curriculum, while switching to the Cambridge Primary Curriculum once at Primary School. Throughout KS3, students follow the Cambridge Secondary Curriculum and undergo IGCSEs during KS4. Should students continue their education into KS5, like many do, students can study towards Cambridge AS/A Levels at Sixth Form.
South Korea, located in East Asia, is a neighbouring country of Japan and China. Within such proximity to 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 than previously expected. Slightly over 4 hours, why not visit the islands of Guam or 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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