Korea Nazarene University, S. Korea: Korea Nazarene University (KNU) has announced that it is in need of English professors.
Teaching at KNU is an experience that cannot be defined in words. The culture, atmosphere and people make it truly a unique place to teach English and to serve the Church of the Nazarene. There are almost endless opportunities to share your talents beyond the classroom.
Coming to KNU as an English professor is a great opportunity to expand your knowledge of cultures and religions. Korea, being an eastern nation, has a deep and rich history in Buddhism and Confucianism which has strengthened its people and defined them as a truly communal nation. Since KNU is a Christian University, you will have the opportunity to see that rich history transformed and used in unique ways in serving God and helping others find Christ. Teaching English is only the beginning of your journey at KNU.
With over 15 different countries represented among the faculty, staff and student body, there are plenty of opportunities to learn, share, and grow with the people around you. The international community of faculty and students have so much to offer as we share each other’s holidays, birthdays, food and stories. Often you make new relationships you never knew where possible or thought about before coming to KNU. The positive atmosphere and close community guarantees you will always have something new to try.
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If you are thinking that you will be alone at KNU do not worry yourself. Many of us have been here a lot longer than we planned and love helping new professors begin their journey at KNU. This opportunity, of course, has its challenges and hardships but any new adventure does.
If you are willing to get your feet wet and jump in, take the plunge and join us here at Korea Nazarene University!
See document below for more information including; Salary, Benefits, Requirements.
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Submitted: Professor Adam Jantz, General Education International Coordinator, Korea Nazarene University.