Obtaining the necessary documents to teach in Korea can be really stressful and a big headache if you do not know where to start or how to go about it. From experience, following a methodical order of things needed to be done will help speed up the process. Every citizen coming to Korea has a different route to follow and one needs to know the specific requirements for their nationality. The method of obtaining documents is different in every county. So what may be allowed in America, may not be allowed in South Africa.Read More
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
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If you recall, my last blog post was for those of you who want to move to Korea and teach and are in the application process. In this post I will go over a few other questions you may have and I will include how to get to Korea and what happens during your first month or so here, especially how to plan for it all.
Chungdahm is always looking for adventurous and qualified teachers. Many people are now starting the application process. It is extremely nerve-wracking to actually engage in this process all the while realizing you will be making the move abroad for a year. For any applicant, there’s always a bunch of questions that run through your head. I was in that same boat about two years ago. For this very reason, addressing these little issues and reassuring you that the process isn’t as scary as it may seem will help to relieve feelings of anxiety. In the end you will only see a fabulous potential opportunity before your eyes.