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Teaching English in Korea is a great way for you to travel and save money, all while gaining professional teaching and work experience.

Teacher Tech, Inc. has established strong relationships with reputable private schools in South Korea, and frequently these schools rely exclusively on Teacher Tech to find new teachers. This means that a large percentage of the jobs we recruit for are never even advertised.

Contact us today to learn about our partner schools and our many teaching positions in Korea.

Our Placement Service is 100% Free:

Initial Consultation

Assistance getting teaching position

Resume-writing guidance

Direction creating introductory video

Interview mentoring

Contract review

Assistance With Visa Process

Teacher training

Prepaid airfare to Korea

Airport pick up or pick up at final destination

Furnished rent-free housing within walking distance

Medical Insurance and Pension Plan

National Holidays Off

7-10 Personal Days

Good Working Hours

All Teaching-Related Material Provided

Curriculum Provided

Small Classrooms

Personalized, Individual Placement Makes All the Difference

Don’t trust your overseas adventure to a recruiter that isn’t willing to invest in you. Teacher Tech takes the time to learn each applicant’s strengths and preferences to ensure the best possible placement. That can mean spending a substantial amount of time on each applicant, but you’re worth it. Click here to learn about our partner schools.

Teachers Placed Since 2001
Private Schools
Years We've Been Placing Teachers

What our Teachers say…

When I decided to come to Korea, I talked to several recruiters. I had many interviews in many different areas across the peninsula. Sometimes I would interview with schools who told me that I was already hired, and that our call was just a formality (meaning they only cared about my picture and that I was certified.) Of all the recruiters and all the schools, Madeline Moon from Teacher-Tech was the only one who talked to me to get an idea of who I was before attempting to set up interviews with schools that fit me best. We always had an open dialogue, she answered my questions honestly and gave me necessary feedback and prep before talking to a new school. I appreciated her insight but more so, that she always listened. It’s so important to trust the person who is setting you up with these schools, because your access of research is extremely limited and odds are you won’t know too much about the country or the businesses before getting into it. It was apparent after talking to other recruiters that Madeline was the only one who actually cared about my success here after I had signed my contract. She wants to help and isn’t just trying to get you signed with someone as soon as possible. I can absolutely recommend her services without any reservations.- Emmy Bjerre-Jensen
Hi Madeline! I would like to thank you again for helping me find this job and for helping me get through the visa process! Yesterday was my first day of class and it went well! It is a very laid back atmosphere and I like my co-workers a lot. The kids are a handful but they are very sweet. I also love this little town of Shinmae-Dong and I am excited to explore the rest of Daegu and Korea! Thank you again for everything you have done for me!</p> <p>- Tait Wallace
Madeline Moon is an attentive and knowledgeable agent when it comes to finding teachers jobs in other countries. I have used her services both times for my placements and I have no regrets. She walked me through every step of the process, from the interview to the visa applications, she was always just a call or email away if I had concerns, and she made it her personal business to make sure I got the best job possible for my experience and abilities.<br /> Madeline also made sure that I was comfortable where I was going. Most agents will just pick a school or level of teaching without consulting their client first. The first time I applied for overseas teaching, almost all of my agents kept trying to place me in high schools just because I was qualified to teach at that level. But Madeline actually talked to me and listened when I said that I was not yet confident enough to teach high school and wanted to be place in an elementary/pre-school setting instead. She found me a great school, with friendly and helpful staff, and it really made the ultimate difference in my first time living overseas by myself. I was so grateful that I went back to her for help again when I decided to get another placement in South Korea. If you’re looking for a teaching job overseas, and you need some help, talk to Madeline. Her help and support will go a long way to making your process a smooth and memorable one.</p> <p>- Chelsey Gray

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