Do I Need to Do This?

If you have at least one of the following then completing a TEFL or TESOL is not required to qualify for an entry level post:


  1. a bachelors degree in Education or a major in teaching, TESOL, Second Language Studies or Education

  2. any bachelors degree plus a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (ie. PGCE),

  3. any bachelors degree plus a Teacher License (ie. SACE),

  4. any bachelors degree plus one year TaLK scholarship,

  5. any bachelors degree plus a masters degree in Education.


If you have a bachelors degree but do not have one of the above then completing a 100 hour TEFL or TESOL will be a prerequisite to securing a contract and work visa to teach in a Korean public school.


If you do not have any formal training as a teacher or practical teaching experience then completing a TEFL or TESOL course would still be a good idea even though it may not move you further up the salary scale. Teaching English as a second language is not as simple as it seems and Korean schools will look favorably on applicants who have endeavored to prepare themselves as best they can.

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