E-1: Professor Visa

This visa is for individuals who wish to give lectures or conduct a special study at a college or a university in Korea. Eligibility You are eligible to apply for a E-1 visa if: You are a professor at an educational institute such as the KAIST You are a full-time lecturer at an education institute

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H-1 Visa : Working Holiday

This visa is for individuals who wish to study, travel or explore the visiting country while working temporarily to support their trip. Eligibility You are are eligible to apply for a H-1 visa if you are the citizen of a country that has signed a working holiday agreement with the Republic of Korea. As of

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Koreans and Studying English (part II)

This post is a continuation of my earlier post. In this post, we will continue to discuss the factors that contribute to the inefficient ESL learning as well as take a look at a few things we can do to help. Test score   English in Korea is test driven. Many students study English to

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My Self Study Methods

As promised in my previous post, I will share with you today about how and what I use for self study. I apologize for taking a little while to write it. Basically, I am a full time employee with fixed office hours, the only time I could start studying is when I return home, or on the

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Hype of English in Korea

South Korea , a small closeted country , yet technologically advanced and also boasting a highly skilled workforce . The country has long long protected itself from the influences of other cultures and old traditional values ,though superstitions still find an important place in the country’s present  form. When I landed in Korea , I was lost

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