Congratulations! You passed the interview with EPIK! Now, passing the interview does not mean that you got the job. Your documents have to get to South Korea before the application deadline before EPIK sends you the contract. The deadline may be a few months ahead, but do not fall asleep! There are many applicants and jobs are filled on a first come, first serve basis. You have to send all the required documents to your EPIK recruiter as soon as possible in order to avoid being placed on the waiting list. In general, positions get filled three weeks before the deadline and those on the waiting list may travel to South Korea a few months later than expected, if they get to travel at all.
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Ontesol is now accepting applications from native-speakers who have completed a university degree plus an accredited TESOL / TEFL certification program of at least 120 hours (With 20-hour Practicum preferred). Applicants with B.Ed or BA in English but no TESOL / TEFL certification are also welcome to apply.
Request your application via email or use the inquiry form to request more information from an advisor.
Want to learn more about teaching English in South Korea? Two of our graduates have written excellent articles about their experience. Go to Ontesol’s TESOL Expert blogs to find teaching tips, cultural advice, tourism information, and everything you need to know about teaching English in Suth Korea.