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TESOL South Korea Certification and Recruitment

TESOL Certification

OnTESOL’s 100-hour TESOL certificate is the most popular choice for teaching English in South Korea. Moreover, it is an internationally recognized TESOL certification course that comes with professional tutor support.

The TESOL course includes training in grammar, phonology, and methodology. We recommend upgrading to the 120-hour TESOL Certificate with TEYL course for those who want to teach English with EPIK.

You can take the extra TEYL module for only $50 if you enroll in the 120-hour TESOL certification course package.

TESOL Jobs – EPIK Recruitment

EPIK needs 1,100 teachers for the terms that start in September and February, and contracts are offered for 12 months. You can apply directly or via an approved EPIK recruiter. OnTESOL recommends Reach to Teach Recruiting for private and public school positions in South Korea.   Reach to Teach Recruiting is ready to help you find your dream TESOL job in South Korea.

Apply now to teach English in South Korea! There are 6 things that you need to know about the application process and 4 things that you need to know for improving your chances of getting the job with EPIK.

Teaching Tips

Moreover, South Korea is the most popular destination for new ESL teachers. They also pay very well and it is a safe country for starting your teaching career abroad. The support that teachers get at EPIK and private language schools are extraordinary.

The public school system is so effective that other countries like Turkey have started to adopt it. There are a few things that you need to consider before going to South Korea. Also, our TESOL graduates have written extensive articles to help you prepare for your teaching experience:

TEFL South Korea: A Look at Hagwons, EPIK, and English Villages

EPIK Orientation Week

Cultural Adaptation and Tips

Co-Teaching in South Korea

Teaching Small Classes in South Korea

Teaching Large Classes in South Korea

English in Jeju Island, South Korea