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Can I teach English In Korea without a Degree?

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Torontodood1980
5/3/2019 10:47 EST

Hi All,

Just wanted to know if its possible to find a decent job in Korea at an academy teaching English.


A bit about myself. I was born and raised in Toronto and am 35 years old, Went to University but didn't finish my last year and don't really have the ambitions to finish.


I've been working extensively in the banking and finance industry for almost 13 years. I worked for one of the major Canadian banks for 7 years as a Mortgage Advisor and independently as a mortgage broker for 6 years or so.


Marriage life in particular is kind of leading me back to Korea. I am Korean however born in Canada. I speak Korean with 70% fluency. My wife is Korean from Korea and has all her family there.

Any suggestions or input is much appreciated. Thanks

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Jarky
7/22/2019 04:30 EST

Since your wife is Korean you should be able to get an F-visa. You should be able to find work in that situation.

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