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Tuesday, 12 June 2007

Flying Cows Consulting: Teaching In Korea Made Easy

Teaching in South Korea can be an exciting journey, but finding a job can be a daunting task. There are so many opportunities out there it is hard to choose from all of them. One option is to find jobs yourself but that can take some work. What to do? For starters, you can turn to Flying Cows Consulting for help. As one of the loyal readers of my blog, Flying Cows Consulting has ordered up the following review through ReviewMe.

Flying Cows Consulting has a tag line that says "Teaching in South Korea...without the Bull!". This tag line is true of their services offered, as their website is up front and to the point. Their website is easy to navigate and is pleasant to the eye.

FCC provides excellent content for the first time job-seeker looking for information about teaching and living in South Korea. All the relevant information you are looking for is at your fingertips, including the following topics:

Quick Facts for Applicants
Why Teach English in South Korea?
About South Korea
Application and Placement
Frequently Asked Questions
Visa Application

If I was starting out all over again, in my quest for a position in South Korea, I would have probably tried my luck with FCC as their website and services are clearly advertised, and more important, free. They can also post your profile on their web page for potential employers to find you easily. Even if you're not looking for a job, the information that is provided on their website is clear, concise, and very helpful. Like they said, there's "no bull" about what they offer!


Anonymous said...

Ah, thank you! This is really helpful. I also wanted to ask, what company did you end up with?

:D Thanks again!


Anonymous said...

Thank you for the review GDOG. All at Flying Cows are very happy to have a review of our services on your site :0)

Anonymous said...

Thank you GDOG!! All are Flying Cows are very pleased to have a review of our company on your site :0)

Gary said...

Mandy & Co.: Thanks for giving me the opportunity for this review! Glad you are satisfied with it. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Gdog!
Are chances of a Malaysian teaching English in South Korea good?

Gary said...

Hi yen nie! Chances are good for people of all nationalities are good, as long as you have met their requirements. Most places require a university degree to land a job and require that you are a native English speaker. I would just apply to various jobs and see what happens!

Anonymous said...

Hey GDog,

I've been enjoying your blog tremendously. It reminds me of my own expat adventures through SE Asia a few years back, especially all the bits about cuisine. I'd kill for some of that good ol vendor cart pad thai they serve all over Bangkok for a buck and look forward to sinking my teeth into some new food.

Thanks for the heads up on this agency. I'm currently working with Park English to find placement in September, but I'll drop these guys a line as well. It sounds like they're a great crew, and a sense of security and trust is highly important when you're considering signing on for such an adventure.

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