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Korea ranks second on the global education index

Notorious for the amount spent on higher education, Korea reaps the rewards ranking second out of 50 countries by Pearson Education on a new global education index called the Learning Curve.


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                                        Screening interview

Once you have gathered the necessary documents ready to be posted out to Korea we will call at a convenient time to discuss about your application in more detail and conduct the screening interview. Ideally we would like to have have a video conference by Skype, but if this is not possible we can call your cell phone or land line.

You do not need to prepare anything in particular but make sure you have thoroughly read over our website beforehand. If you have any questions jot them down and we will answer them as best we can.

The purpose of the screening interview is not only for us to ascertain whether you are of suitable character to come and teach out in Korea but also for you to be sure we are the right company to help you get a job. Don’t be nervous, it will just be an informal chat so be yourself and you will be fine!

Send your documents to Korea

Shortly after your screening interview we will notify you by email if you have been successful and provide the address of our office in Korea that your documents need to be sent to.

Please send your documents using recorded delivery to ensure they arrive quickly and safely then drop us an email with the tracking number and website of the service you use so we know when to expect them to arrive.

When they arrive we will confirm everything is in order and then you can proceed to step 4

Our Policy

Often applicants ask if we can find them a job without having to post their documents to our office in Korea beforehand. In the past we helped teachers whose documents were not with us but we have since changed our policy. The reason being that occasionally a teacher agreed on a job with a strict start date and when the documents arrived in Korea they were incorrect or something was missing. Not only did this cause problems for the school and affect our reputation, it also meant the job fell through causing huge inconvenience to the teacher if they had already given notice to quit their current job.

As a result we require your documents to be with us in Korea to check everything is in order before arranging a job and submitting them to the local immigration office. We will try our absolute best to find you a suitable job to start within 8 weeks of your desired start date. However, if you are unhappy with our service for whatever reason, let us know and we can forward your documents on elsewhere. As of yet no one has complained and we are confident you’ll be more than satisfied with the jobs we have to offer.

STEP 3 - Screening