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English Teacher

Job description

Spend 12 months living and working in South Korea as an English Teacher, typically in a private language school. You'll do your TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) qualification in the vibrant city of Seoul, before you start your guaranteed teaching placement. Teachers can earn a monthly salary of up to £1,450 a month and further perks include:

  • One week cultural orientation on arrival
  • Your school will source and pay for your studio apartment accommodation whilst you teach
  • You will receive a flight reimbursement (approx £765) after you've completed your second month of teaching
  • Medical and health insurance provided for the duration of your teaching contract
  • Paid vacation time and public holidays
  • At the end of your 12 month contract you'll receive a bonus of one months salary
  • Opportu

Start dates: 24 January 2022, 25 April 2022, 25 July 2022 and 26 September 2022

What we are looking for

  • Passport holders from UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand
  • You must be willing to commit to a 12-month contract
  • You will need to be in excellent mental and physical health (you will need to undergo a compulsory medical when you arrive)
  • Must have no criminal record police check required)
  • Tattoos and piercings must not be visible or extensive


Although no teaching experience is required, you will need to have completed a bachelor's degree (any field) with a minimum of a 2:2 grade (UK)

Accepted degree subjects


Additional job details

Number of vacancies
South Korea
Competitive salary

Contract, dates and working times
Fixed term


How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 15 October 2022

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Closing date:  Continuous recruitment

Expires8 days

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