To be qualified for a teaching job in Korea as an ESL instructor, the employees require an E2-1 work VISA.
The employees' native language MUST be English.
The employee must be born in either UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa.
The employee must have an authorised University degree (any degree is acceptable) from any of the countries listed above. Proof of evidence may be required on request.
The employee must have a copy of their University degree and a CBR (Criminal Background Report), notarized at the Apostille Office from the employee's home country.
The employee must also have a desire to teach English in Korea.
Complete and submit our online application form in the link below. Your profile will then be visible on this website for the recruitment process.
Click here to submit your Resume/CV.
Once matched with an interested Employer, we will then provide you with all the appropriate information regarding the Institute. Following this, we will send you a contract that you will have to sign and email back to us.
Please compile any required and necessary documents such as your Degree with apostille and your CBR (Criminal Background Report) with apostille or any other information you think we will need to know and send them to us by secure carriers (Fedex/ DHL/ UPS).
Visa procurement and travel arrangements
The next step for us would be processing your work VISA and booking your travel arrangements to Korea, or straight to your confirmed Institute. Once we receive all the required documents, we will submit all the files to the Korean Immigration Office to get your E2-1 VISA. Once this is approved, you will be issued a 'VISA Registration Number' which allows you to work as an English teacher in Korea.
You will hear from us within a week after this has all been processed and issued.
Once you get your visa
You will need to get some extra forms and a fee to apply for your VISA. To do this, contact your nearest Korean Embassy or a Consulate. Take your passport and your VISA Registration Number to the Korean Consulate where they will attach your VISA into your passport. This will be issued out within a week.
Your flight to Korea
Your airline ticket will be sent to you as an E-ticket via email. Transport arrangements will be made by the Director/Assistant of your school to pick you up at the airport. Alternatively, you can take the airport limousine at the city bus terminal to your destination.