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Korvia Consulting

About Korvia Consulting

Started in 2006, Korvia Consulting is one of the premiere recruiting agencies in South Korea. Korvia works directly with the Korean government to places native English teachers into ESL positions at public schools in Korea.

Korvia Awarded Official Distinguished Partner of GEPIK for 2017

Korvia is the only recruiting agency in the country to be awarded 'Distinguished Partner' of the Gyeonggi English program in Korea (GEPIK) for eight consecutive years in a row. Korvia has been an official partner of the GEPIK program since 2008 and holds the most distinguished partner recognitions out of any other recruiting agency in South [...]

By | December 9th, 2016|Featured Articles, News|0 Comments

Korvia is celebrating 10th Anniversary!

Hello, everyone! Korvia was found on November 1st, 2006. The year 2016 marks the 10th anniversary of Korvia Consulting. For the last decade, Korvia appreciates all the teachers from all over the world who have contributed to English education in Korea. To celebrate the 10th anniversary, Korvia office will be closed on Tuesday, November [...]

By | October 27th, 2016|Featured Articles, News|0 Comments

Korvia office will be closed during Chuseok holiday

Korvia office will be closed from Tuesday, September 13th to Friday, September 16th (9/13-9/16) in observance of the Chuseok holiday (Korean Thanksgiving). Please note that during this time recruiters will not be able to respond to emails, messages, or phone calls. Our office will resume operations on Monday, September 19th. We wish everyone to have [...]

By | September 12th, 2016|News|0 Comments

How to Get an FBI Background Check in One Week

UPDATED: 04/07/16 Obtaining an FBI background check is one of the most headache-inducing parts of applying to teach English in Korea. And with the excruciatingly-slow 3-4 month FBI processing time, it’s easy to see why. But now Korvia has teamed-up with Accurate Biometrics (one of the leading FBI-approved channelers) to create an FBI background check process [...]

By | September 7th, 2016|Document Guides, Featured Articles, Guides|59 Comments

Residency Certificate | Korvia Guide

A Residency Certificate or Residence Certificate is a document that proves a person is a primary resident of a certain country. In the case of living and working in South Korea, a Residency Certificate can exempt individuals from being double taxed while teaching at a public school in Korea. Which [...]

By | August 13th, 2016|Document Guides, Guides|2 Comments

Apostille | Korvia Guide

An "Apostille" is a verification seal or page that is attached to a document to certify it for international use. Only state or federal governmental entities can issue apostilles. Apostilles are required in order to submit various documents to teach English in Korea. Apostilles do not have an expiration date. Which documents need to be [...]

By | August 4th, 2016|Document Guides, Guides|2 Comments

Why Should You Apply to EPIK with Korvia?

Korvia is now accepting applications for EPIK Spring 2017! The EPIK program is one of the premiere English teaching programs in South Korea. With it’s national scope and direct relationship with offices of education all around South Korea, EPIK is not only one of the most popular ESL programs in the country, but is also one [...]

By | July 20th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Korvia Fall 2016 Programs

Korvia is now accepting applications for public schools, private schools, private academies as well as public language institutions for the Fall 2016 semester. While the majority of placements will occur in the month of September, Korvia will also have positions available from August all the way to December. The following programs and positions are now [...]

By | May 2nd, 2016|News|0 Comments

Korean Sample Lesson Plan Tips | Korvia Guide

Help! I’ve never taught ESL before and I have no idea how I should prepare! Can you give me some recommendations? Often when trying to obtain a teaching position with a public school program in Korea like EPIK, GEPIK, or GOE, applicants are required to submit a sample lesson plan with their application. Some programs will even [...]

By | March 24th, 2016|Guides, Process Guides|3 Comments