To give yourself the best chance of receiving job offers from schools in Korea keep our Korean team up to date with your progress with gathering the visa application documents email@example.com Schools are only likely to offer you an interview if you have gathered or have started gathering your visa application documents.
Yes, no and maybe! Check out TEFL Pages for more information
China – March is our main intake but we have positions available every month of the year.
Korea – You can start teaching in Korea any month of the year.
Thailand – Intakes are in May and November but positions can become available throughout the year.
Online – Start dates are available every month of the year.
China – If you are looking to plan your overseas trip in advance, China is a great option. You can secure a position in China up to a year in advance but it is possible to apply more last minute and be out there within 2-3 months.
Korea – it is a good idea to apply for teaching jobs at least 2-3 months before you want to fly out to Korea. It takes a few weeks to get your visa application documents together and schools tend to only interview candidates who have prepared or have started gathering these. Job offers tend to come in 1-2 months before a start date so it is not easy to secure a job in Korea far in advance.
Thailand – We would suggest you apply 2-3 months ahead of an intake start date (May or November). Having said that you can apply, be accepted and be in Thailand within a few weeks if necessary. It is possible to apply for future intakes further in advance.
Teaching Online – Our partners in China tend to interview candidates as soon as they are ready to start teaching. I.e. apply when you are ready to accept a job and start your training.
China – 10 or 22 months
Korea – 12 months
Thailand – 4 or 8 months
Teaching Online – 6 months
Yes you can. It is possible to be placed in a school with or near your friend or partner.
No. Flying Cows accepts applications from candidates who fulfill the selection criteria from all over the world.
China – No. If you can speak fluent English and have been educated at a university in a native English speaking country you are eligible to apply.
Korea – Yes. You need to be from the UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa or the US to be eligible for the English teaching visa.
Thailand – No. If you can speak English fluently and have a degree you are eligible.
Teaching Online – Not necessarily. If you have a TEFL and/or teaching experience you may be offered an interview. At the moment online companies are being very selective as their clients are increasingly demanding that teachers be native English speakers.
China – £1131+ per month plus flight allowance, bonuses, accommodation & food + FREE TEFL
Korea – £1400+ per month plus flights and accommodation and contract completion bonus (1 month’s pay)
Thailand – £710 per month plus accommodation
Teach Online – earn up to £20 per hour
China – yes, definitely!
Korea – yes, absolutely!
Thailand – You will make more than enough to live on but realistically won’t save much