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Joey wrote:

Quick question. Im 28 and I have taught in Korea for 6 years already. Is an MA TESOL worth my hard earned money? or is this industry gonna dry up and leave me hanging? thanks, Im a long time reader and first time commenter. keep up the good work.

I advocated before that a TEFL/TESOL/CELTA are worth getting due to the relatively low cost and good chance that you can get a higher salary than without one (of course the knowledge is invaluable as well).  An MA TESOL I’m sure cost a few more dollars so it’s a bigger investment and with your 6 years experience, I’m not sure how much ‘more’ you can get with this degree.  However, it looks like teaching is your career path so while this degree may not make any significant changes in your salary in the short-term, it will always be good to have and may open up opportunities in the future that most others cannot obtain.


Written by recruiterinkorea

March 30, 2010 at 11:45 am

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  1. CELTAs are very expensive. But I don’t know the prices in Korea


    March 31, 2010 at 11:37 am

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