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Can an American find a teaching job in Korea with no degree?
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CentralCali



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 02, 2014 6:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bearcold wrote:
CentralCali wrote:
Let's assume you're not trolling. Now that you've gotten the information for your wife, what's your plan for becoming a police officer in South Korea? I've a close friend in Korea whose brother just graduated from university and found the entrance examination for KNP to be a bit more than a walk in the park.


I bought some books to study. You don't have to graduate from university to take that exam in Korea. As long as you have a high school diploma or 검정고시 (Korean version of GED), you can write that exam. The Korean police offer NO college incentive pay or whatsoever so your degree is useless unless you graduate from Korean National Police University.


You missed the point by a mile. Those taking the examination to become police officers will have an advantage over you. There's more to university learning than book learning and I'm not talking about the stereotypical frat-boy life-style.
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