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E2 Visa-Run for Korean Public Schools

2017-06-11T05:47:05+00:00 By |Categories: Visa-Run Guides|Tags: , |

Getting a Visa for Public Schools: When you are hired by the Public school in Korea, EPIK will provide you with a Notice of Appointment and an Official Contract. Once you have received your Notice of Appointment and Contract from EPIK, you need to contact the Korean consulate that has jurisdiction in your area and

Private School FAQ

2015-04-18T02:42:43+00:00 By |Categories: Private School Jobs|

Private Language School FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q: Do I need to have previous teaching experience to be hired at a private school in Korea? A: Not necessarily. As long as you have a Bachelor's degree from one of the seven designated English-speaking countries and have a bright, inquisitive nature and a genuine desire to teach,

Private School Visa Process

2015-04-18T02:41:47+00:00 By |Categories: Private School Jobs|

Private School Visa Documents Preparation (To obtain a work visa for a Private School position) Obtaining Your Work Visa: Once a contract is agreed to and signed by our applicant, the next step in the process is for the employer to obtain an E-2 visa work permit from Korean Immigration for him or her. Up

Private School Application Process

2015-04-18T02:41:18+00:00 By |Categories: Private School Jobs|

Private School Application Process: 1. Submit an Application Interested teachers should fill out the online Teacher Application available on our website. This gives us information about your experiences and preferences and helps us get to know you a bit better. Attach a resume and a recent, formal head and shoulder photograph. Resume Guidelines Resumes need

Benefits of Private Schools

2015-04-18T02:40:58+00:00 By |Categories: Private School Jobs|

Private Language School Jobs Advantages of Working at Private Language Schools: Jobs are available year-round, so you can find a great position no matter what time of year! No previous teaching experience is required, as long as you have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in one of the seven designated English-speaking countries. Competitive

Public School FAQ

2015-04-18T02:40:26+00:00 By |Categories: Public School Jobs|

Public School FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Q: How does the Location Selection Process Work? A:EPIK places teachers according to their provincial preferences using an unbiased first-come, first-served system. Teachers who get their applications in early and provide all of their documents will therefore have a much better chance of getting their top choices. Applicants are unable

Public School Visa Process

2015-04-18T02:38:26+00:00 By |Categories: Public School Jobs|

Public School Visa Documents Preparation (to obtain a work visa for a Public School position) All of the following documents need to be sent to PlanetESL by FedEx or DHL as soon as a teacher passes the EPIK interview. **NOTE: Do not send documents via USPS, Canada Post or Purlator. They do not allow for

Public School Application Process

2015-04-18T02:37:43+00:00 By |Categories: Public School Jobs|

The application process for public schools is more involved and lengthy than private schools. EPIK screens teachers and checks teacher’s documents very carefully. It is important to make sure that you know the application details and follow the procedures correctly! NOTE: EPIK will begin accepting Spring 2012 applications from the first week of October 2011

Benefits of Public Schools

2015-04-18T02:36:57+00:00 By |Categories: Public School Jobs|

Public School Benefits Planet ESL has been selected as one of the selected Recruiting Agencies for EPIK (English Program in Korea). Teachers can be placed at public schools in major cities and the provinces all over Korea, including SMOE (Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education). Advantages of Working at Public Schools: 100% secure employment because you

Transportation in Korea

2018-02-10T05:31:12+00:00 By |Categories: Living in Korea|

Buses Although major city streets can become very congested during the day, designated bus-only lanes on major thoroughfares keep city bus traffic moving quickly. Korea has 3 major types of city buses: Village: These buses are quit small and travel only within their given village area. Village bus fare is about 400 won. Bus transfers