Korea's Biggest ESL Company - Teach English

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Thinking about working overseas? Well now is a great time! Apply Directly to the YBM ECC Head Office. In South Korea, YBM is a household name, known for its English Education, generating over $400 Million dollars in revenue every year. YBM Education has been a leader in ESL education in Korea since 1961. Instructors at YBM know that they are working for the most reliable ESL Company and with the most reliable contract.

Apply Directly to the YBM Head Office to receive the guaranteed below:
*Accurate and up to date information about our available positions
*100% Exclusive contract- No “soft contracts” and no contracts that ask you to send your documents first
*100% Guaranteed contract- Your salary and teaching position is backed by the multi-hundred million dollar corporation
*100% Specific contracts- Your contract will state exactly where you are working, the timeframe, and the salary.
*Professionalism- YBM is Korea’s Biggest and oldest ESL Corporation.

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Yes, I recommend this program

2 years at YBM

Before I came to Korea I spent a lot of time researching different schools. YBM was recommend by many sites as being good for first timers. Happy to say the reviews lived up to expectation. Training was especially useful and thorough.

What would you improve about this program?
Greater flexibility in teaching materials would be good.
1 person found this review helpful.
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Yes, I recommend this program

Great Location, Nice People

If you want to be right near the heart of Seoul but in a quiet neighborhood, Seodaemun ECC is a good choice. It's close to everything and a good place to work and live. People are friendly and the staff is pretty helpful. The housing isn't great but fine for Seoul standards (small, pretty dark). Staff room is cramped but the classrooms are nice and new. Kindie teachers work a lot more than after school so if you are considering a position keep that in mind. If you do after school be sure to ask about intensives 2 months out of the year, also check what the vacation time is like. Overall I think it's a good school to spend your first year in Korea.

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