We’re back with an information session about teaching in South Korea, but this time we’ve brought our partners! These are our partners on the ground in South Korea. The people who help you settle into your paid TEFL internship. With this video, you will learn a lot of important information about this new internship.

This was a relaxed and informative webinar about teaching in South Korea on a 12-month all-inclusive paid TEFL internship. We met with our partners based in South Korea to answer all of your questions.

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • TEFL Certificate (included)
  • Criminal Background Check (from all countries lived in over 18)
  • Be a native English speaker
  • Passport from Ireland, UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand ( South Africa welcome but currently on hold because of Covid numbers)
  • Be aged between 21 – 35
  • In good health, mentally and physically
  • Availability for one year minimum
  • Enthusiastic and flexible on preferences

Apply to teach in South Korea right now or download the guide for a glimpse into life in South Korea.

Find out what life and teaching are like in South Korea with our internship, blogs and videos on our Youtube channel! We caught up with TFEL teacher Molly Rose who shared tips for moving to South Korea, the biggest cultural differences, and the typical day of a teacher. Or read about Emma, one of our lovely interns who has completed an internship in South Korea.

Check the reviews for this amazing internship!

NawwalMany of the contacts I had with the placement team had actually lived in South Korea so their insight was so valuable! They were able to give me firsthand insight into what life in Korea would be like and what to expect during the process.
DanikaI’ve been offered so much support and so many resources whilst being in Korea. I found this most beneficial because it makes the move to a new country less scary. It’s refreshing to know that I can send any of the team a message and they will be happy to help.

Discover more about our internship and how to teach in South Korea here:

Madelyn’s Experience as a Tefl teacher in South Korea

Tips to Save Money in South Korea

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