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This is the second entry on Brendan's video blog. This time, he talks about starting his journey to South Korea and taking a small detour on the way. Check it out if you're interested in learning more about the steps involved
"Puis-Je aller aux toilets?"
I don't remember much from high school French class, but I'll never forget how to ask to go to the bathroom. Why is that?
Because it was the only way I would get permission to go!
We understand everyone wanting to obtain a teaching jobs in Abu Dhabi, UAE, has many questions. Our recruiting team gets a lot of questions from teachers so to make things easier for you we've compiled some of the most commonly asked questions and answers. Despite trying to be as thorough as possible, we assume you will have further questions so feel free to contact our recruiting team to learn more about teaching in Abu Dhabi!
One of the most common questions we are asked here at in the Footprints Middle East department is “How do I pass the interview?”
If the word interview makes you sweat a little bit, you are not alone. This can be a scary prospect for a lot of people. We will try to make it as easy as possible for you and hopefully you can gain some insight as well as some tips and tricks from this section.
This section contains a brief comparison of the private language schools (known as hagwon in Korean) and public schools in Korea.
*Please note that this is a rough guideline of some of the general differences between private and public schools in Korea. Some schools may differ from these for any number of reasons. This chart is for general reference only and not indicative of any particular contract nor a guarantee of any particular benefit.
2013 Teacher Salaries - When considering teaching in a public school in South Korea it should be noted that salaries are not negotiable. Your salary is determined on a set of pre-determined criteria and there are no exceptions. The following information shows you the breakdown of this criteria for the 2011 Ministry of Education Teacher Placements in South Korea.
EPIK - English Program in Korea - Salary Scale