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    International Graduate School of English: Spring 2017

    The International Graduate School of English in Seoul, Korea is about to begin its admission process from the up-coming Autumn 2016 semester. All students accepted will receive a 50% scholarship for all 4 semesters.

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    Teach English in Korea

    How to Teach English in Korea

    Why Teach English in Korea Why teach English in Korea? Teaching in Korea offers some of the best benefits around the world for English teachers: Salaries generally range from 2.1 million won per month to 2.8 million won per month ($1,700 – $2,300) depending on experience and qualifications. Higher salaries are found at the top jobs such as universities

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    Travel English Conversation

    Travel English Conversation

    Travel English Conversation Semester 2, Lesson 11 Download the lesson plan here: http://www.halandsteveenglish.com/lessons/america-greetings-and-etiquette/ Etiquette. It’s such a crucial part of culture. Whenever we teach learners English, we often forget that they’re not just seeking proficiency in a particular academic field. They want to better experience the world and other cultures. While excelling at English is

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    Over lunch

    Over Lunch is a way to connect with new people over lunch, share ideas, and make new friends while teaching English in Korea.

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