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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.

KOREA IN THE MEDIA
KOREAN TIME

While it is not absolutely necessary to have any teaching qualifications or TEFL certificates to teach in Korea, given the current global market, competition for jobs can be quite tough so to improve your chances of securing the best positions consider taking a TEFL certificate.





Teach English Abroad

TEFL is a generic term meaning Teaching English as a Foreign Language; you may also come across other acronyms such TESOL/ESL/ESOL/EFL/ELT but essentially they all mean the same thing. The two main acronyms you’ll hear are TEFL (commonly used in the UK) and TESOL (commonly used in North America).


There are numerous institutions that provide TEFL certification across the globe, but there is no internationally recognised independent accrediting organisation that overlooks the issuing of these qualifications. TEFL providers tend to get their certificates accredited by organisations within their region that are able to approve teaching qualifications.



What Does TEFL Mean?

TEFL Qualifications

In our opinion, having researched the courses on offer the most reputable TEFL certification provider is i-to i. They offer an array of courses, both online and in the classroom. Please click on the advertisement below to check out the course that best suits your needs.