[MID-CAREER] — Seoul National University is one of the most prestigious higher-education institutions in South Korea, so a year teaching here could look great on a CV. While the pay is only 2,972 KRW (about $2,660 USD)/month, the contract includes a housing allowance and mandates only 12 teaching hours a week — freeing up time to explore this beautiful country.
The ad on TESOL.org is light on details about the job itself, so interested candidates may want to dig deeper before applying. (We recommend asking if the teaching will be confined to uni students or also include ‘community classes’ — a common side business for Korean universities.)
Requirements include an M.A. or higher qualification, four years teaching and/or graduate study experience, and fluency in English. (Sounds like SNU is NNEST-friendly! Kudos to them.)
Good luck to all who apply!