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LIFE IN KOREA

Korea ranks second on the global education index

Notorious for the amount spent on higher education, Korea reaps the rewards ranking second out of 50 countries by Pearson Education on a new global education index called the Learning Curve.

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Your Resume


Make sure your resume is no more than 2 pages and includes the following information:








We recommend you download and use a template through Microsoft Word to ensure your resume looks professional and is easy to read.  DOWNLOAD A TEMPLATE RESUME




The first stage of the process requires you to complete our application form, submit your resume and send us a selection of photos. Before you do this we have provided a few tips below that should help you maximise your chances of gaining a position in one of our schools.

Photos


Alongside your resume you will also need to send us some photos that we can forward to our schools when you are ready to apply for a job. Appearance is a big factor in Korea and the photos you send can have a huge influence on your application. We advise that you send a selection of photos that show your personality, for example,  travel, graduation, with family/friends, doing hobbies/sports etc. Make sure that you are clearly visible, smart, smiling, sober and have all your clothes on!  We also advise that you send over one or two photos of you looking professional; get a friend or family member to take a photo of you on your own wearing a shirt and tie/ if you are a man and a dress/blouse if you are a woman (that isn’t too revealing).   

Application Tips