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Korean Education Centre in New Zealand
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TaLK (Teach and Learn in Korea) Scholarship ProgrammeApply Now
Teaching, Education, Primary Education
Working towards a degree or a recently graduated.
24th Nov 2019 12:00am
13th Dec 2019 12:00am
- Teach English in the elementary school(s) designated by the POE during the term of scholarship.
- Prepare teaching materials and activities for English language education.
- Assist with activities related to English language education and other extracurricular activities organized by the school, the POE or the community.
- Monday through Friday, an average of 15 teaching hours per week (not inclusive of preparation and commute times)
- Class schedule is subject to change based on the school's needs.
- TaLK scholars may be assigned to more than one school.
- TaLK scholars are expected to show up at least an hour before class instructions to prepare for their lessons. Class preparation, time at school between lessons, and the commute to and from school are not considered overtime.
Online TaLK Application
- All program applicants are required to complete an online application (Parts A&B) by creating a TaLK (My Page) account on the TaLK Web site at http://www.talk.go.kr. A registered, valid e-mail address and password are required to access the online application form.
- Following the form submission, applicants can view or check the status of their application by logging in to MY PAGE.
- Once the application office starts the initial screening process, changes to the application cannot be made.
- In case of any technical difficulty while completing the online application, the forms can be downloaded, completed and sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Settlement Allowance (one-time payment)
Exit Allowance: Will be provided an additional amount of 1,300,000 KRW once only to TaLK Scholars who have completed one consecutive year or longer with the TaLK Program. The exit allowance is not provided to those who complete the shorter 6-month term.
100% reimbursement is not applicable under the Study Abroad Health Insurance Plan. Medical insurance coverage does not begin until the school registers their scholars for an Alien Registration Card (ARC).
Following the first six months, TaLK scholars will be automatically subscribed to the National Health Insurance Service, as mandated by Korean law (effective July 2019). Scholars will be responsible for 50% of the premium, while their POE will cover the remaining 50%.
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