What Do We Do?
Our goal at Aclipse is to help motivated and adventurous university graduates experience teaching abroad. We offer 100% FREE job placement and full support throughout your teaching contract!
Our recruiters have taught English abroad and have the knowledge and experience to guide you throughout the process.
What's In It For Me?
Where do we start?
A NEW EXPERIENCE: Teaching in Korea is an amazing opportunity for anyone looking for a new experience. Hundreds of thousands have relocated to Korea to teach English and see how people do it on the other side of the world!
RELOCATION BENEFITS: Receive generous compensation, free housing (or housing assistance), airfare reimbursement, contract completion bonus, medical and pension, and more!
EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY: Learning English is of critical importance to Koreans, and education companies have leveraged technology to deliver cutting-edge methodologies to develop English language, critical thinking, debate, and imaginative expression skills.
BUILD CONNECTIONS: K-pop, K-drama, Music festivals, sporting events, temples and pagodas, are just some of the activities our teachers do in Korea, forming relationships that last a lifetime. Many have even found their life partners!
What You Get From Us
Do I Qualify?
These are required qualifications for teaching positions.
Unfortunately, if you do not meet all of the following qualifications, you cannot qualify for a visa to teach English in Korea.
You will also need a clean criminal record and a good bill of health.
How Does It Work?
If you meet the requirements to be an English teacher in Korea, please apply on our website.
If you pass our screening requirements, a recruiter will be in touch with you for an interview.
If you pass the interview, the recruiter will send you a general offer with the pay and conditions and detailed visa instructions.
You will need to start the document collection in order to obtain a working visa in Korea. This could sometimes take a few months.
Once your documents are complete and you are accepted by a location, you will receive a contract and the recruiter will go over the finer details.
The visa code will be issued 1-2 weeks after applying to the Korean Immigration office. You will then take this code to the nearest Korean Consulate to complete the process.
You will check into the hotel the weekend before the training date. Training will take place from Monday to Friday.
What's It Like?
What Our Teacher's Have To Say...
My time with CDI was a real blessing. I can not stress how much I loved the kids!
It's the best part of the job and they make time fly by! I didn't have much experience working with kids beforehand so I was definitely nervous coming in, but I'm glad I had the chance to experience this opportunity.
I'm having an amazing time so far.
I love my apartment and the area is actually lots of fun even though it's quite a ways from the center on public transport. My branch seems great so far and everyone's been very welcoming, I don't start teaching until tomorrow but I'm really excited!
We have had a great first week and a few days! Training was great!
he mocks are very helpful because you get feedback right away that you can use to improve your teaching. We had a great trainer that was willing to help us and not afraid to tell us how to make changes.