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Any job is a trust and a crusade, and of course teaching English abroad is no different. Learn about the culture, teach others about yours, enjoy the food while making new friends and comrades.


What to expect during application

KOREA:


When starting any job for the first time we need an introduction and would like to get to know more about you, and so we typically go through the following:


- Request a resume  

- If happy with what we see, we will proceed to have a skype video call

- Based on that both parties are happy we will start the work visa process

Work Visa requirements:


E-2 Foreign Language Instructor
This visa is designed for expats that wish to teach a foreign language at a company or broadcast station-owned schools, above elementary school level educational facilities, or similar institutions. Foreign language teaching assistants for elementary, middle, or high school also qualify for this visa. The multiple-entry visa is granted for two years and can be renewed in two-year intervals.


We will assist you through the entire process.

KOREA                         

CHINA:

Here we will be following a bit of a different process but still mostly the same. China does tend to change rules around visas but nothing drastic. Having the right paperwork is important.

- Request a resume
- If happy with what we see, we will proceed to have a skype video call
- Based on that both parties are happy we will start the work visa process
- You will be asked for a self intro video at least 1min long as part of the process
- Wechat is the main communication app in China for social and business, so information may be requested over wechat.

Work Visa requirements:

Get an Employment Permit: 
The first thing you need to do is get an employment permit from the Chinese government. This is the hardest step of the whole process, and you will likely need to work closely with us during the application period. The materials you will need are (as of September, 2018):
Original Passport and valid visa (visa better still valid over 30 days)
Resume (with Education and Working experience, from 18 years old till now, continuously.
Original bachelors or higher diploma (make sure it’s diploma, not the degree transcript) This must be notarized + legalized in your home country.
Original reference letter from any foreign company to prove you have 2 years full-time working experience in your current industry and position. This can also be several letters adding up to 2 years total working experience.
Original official police clearance certificate or background check (PCC) from your home country. This also must be notarized + legalized in your home country.
Original China HSK license (if you don’t have it, then please ignore it)
Digital photo (Pure White background, 390pixel Width *520pixel Height in computer, please email to us)

We will assist you through the entire process.

China

CHINA                         

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