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Does a person need a College Diploma to teach English in South Korea?

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anelpark
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Does a person need a College Diploma to teach English in South Korea?
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Hello everyone! I just wanted to ask if it's necessary to obtain a College Diploma in order to get a teaching job in South Korea? I took up a 4-year course in college and graduated in 2007 but I wasn't able to get my diploma because I didn't take the pre-licensure exams. My university only gave me the following documents: Transcript of Records, Certificate of Units Earned and Certificate of Enrollment (all documents are authenticated). Are these documents enough to get a teaching job in South Korea? By the way, I am an F6 visa holder.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Does a person need a College Diploma to teach English in ...

To get a legal job in a hakwon or public school, you do need a diploma. But there are also other places you can teach where a diploma isn't needed. These can be private lessons you find yourself, or through a recruiter.

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Re: Does a person need a College Diploma to teach English in ...

yes, you do.  if you work illegally,  your life here wont be stable; you might be caught and expelled to your home. even legally working foreigners worry about their life overseas...

 

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