EPIK Program Selects Korvia as the Official Recruiter for 2018 again

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EPIK Program Selects Korvia as the Official Recruiter for 2018 again

Today, the EPIK Program selected the agencies as official recruiters for the year 2018. We are proud to be the chosen, and this marks the 9th year in a row that Korvia has worked with the EPIK program.

First and foremost, though, thank you all our dedicated and hard-working teachers for their support. This achievement is a great reward to all of our Korvia team members.

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Korvia hopes that all the agencies together can continue to present qualified applicants to the EPIK program.

Korvia will begin accepting applications from candidates for the EPIK Fall 2018 intake immediately. Those that are interested can apply now via the Korvia Online Application at www.korvia.com.

What is the EPIK program?

EPIK (English Program in Korea) is a program designed to help improve the English abilities of students and teachers in South Korea. The program places native English teachers into public school all across the country. The program is operated by the National Institute for International Education (NIIED) and has been running since 1995.

Korvia Consulting has been an official partner of the EPIK program since 2009, recruiting teachers from different English speaking countries for teaching English in Korea. To learn more about the EPIK program, please visit the Korvia EPIK program page.

By | 2018-04-19T19:59:19+00:00 February 13th, 2018|News|0 Comments

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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.

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