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ABOUT US WHY KOREA? THE PROCESS FAQ's PHOTOS TESTIMONIALS
TEACHING
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE
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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There are 3 main age groups of students that you can teach in Korea. Before deciding which students suit you best we highly recommend you read the short summary detailing the challenges and skills posed by each age group. Within the summary we have also provided a sample teaching timetable to give you an idea of the length and frequency of your classes. We also recommend you read the pages on education in Korea and being a teacher in order to get a broader view of your role and what to expect when you arrive in Korea.






Korean Students

Read about teaching different age groups

Kindergarten

Age: 4 - 7 years old

Working hours: 1pm - 9pm



Kindergarten Students

Elementary

Age: 8 - 13 years old

Working hours: 9am - 6pm

Elementary Students

NOTE - Middle school and high school students do not to tend to study English conversation as they focus on grammar in preparation for the university entrance exam.

Age: 18 years +

Working hours: 7am - 10am

 6pm -10pm

                 

Adult Students

Adults
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