Learn How to Maximize Your Chances of Getting a University Job in Korea for 2019,
by Standing Out Among Other Applicants and Reaching Universities Directly
Learn How To Maximize Your Chances of Getting a University Job in Korea for 2019
the D.U.J. 4-Week Intensive
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Hey, I’ve Got a Quick Question for You…
Have you ever wanted to teach at a Korean university? 

Have a 12-hour work week?  Teach mature older students? Have a four-month vacation? 

So… why hasn’t it happened for you yet?  This probably isn’t the first time you’ve applied for university jobs in Korea online… is it?

With our innovative program, you are going to discover how to highly increase your chances of landing that dream university teaching position, ASAP.
My "Insane" Story…
Hey, my name is Greg, and a few years ago, I was just like you… It was the end of February, and I was in Korea, between teaching jobs...

It was going to be March in a week... I was unemployed and my E-2 visa had exactly 7 days left on it, before it was going to expire and I had to leave Korea…

I spent all of December and January applying for university jobs in Korea on different websites, but haven’t heard anything back...

With a week left on my visa and looking down the barrel of the proverbial gun, I was feeling desperate, with no way out…
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Hey, I’ve Got a Quick Question for You…
Have you ever wanted to teach at a Korean university? 

Have a 12-hour work week?  Teach mature older students? Have a four-month vacation? 

So… why hasn’t it happened for you yet?  This probably isn’t the first time you’ve applied for university jobs in Korea online… is it?

With our innovative program, you are going to discover how to highly increase your chances of landing that dream university teaching position, ASAP.
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My "Insane" Story…
Hey, my name is Greg, and a few years ago, I was just like you… It was the end of February, and I was in Korea, between teaching jobs...

It was going to be March in a week... I was unemployed and my E-2 visa had exactly 7 days left on it, before it was going to expire and I had to leave Korea…

I spent all of December and January applying for university jobs in Korea on different websites, but haven’t heard anything back...

With a week left on my visa and looking down the barrel of the proverbial gun, I was feeling desperate, with no way out…
Several Months Earlier…
You see, I had quit my cushy middle school gig a few months earlier, in hopes of landing one of those "mythical" university jobs in Korea for March…

I didn’t have a Master’s degree, but that wasn’t going to stop me…

I met dozens of university teachers who didn’t have a Master’s as well, but somehow they had these incredible teaching positions...

They taught really cool mature students, had a very light teaching schedule, lots of free time, and a really nice long vacation.

Most importantly, they didn’t have to “babysit” their students and felt 100% fulfilled as real educators.

At that moment, I knew I was going to work at a university no matter what, I just didn’t know how exactly…
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Several Months Earlier…
You see, I had quit my cushy middle school gig a few months earlier, in hopes of landing one of those "mythical" university jobs in Korea for March…

I didn’t have a Master’s degree, but that wasn’t going to stop me…

I met dozens of university teachers who didn’t have a Master’s as well, but somehow they had these incredible teaching positions...

They taught really cool mature students, had a very light teaching schedule, lots of free time, and a really nice long vacation.

Most importantly, they didn’t have to “babysit” their students and felt 100% fulfilled as real educators.

At that moment, I knew I was going to work at a university no matter what, I just didn’t know how exactly…
Real Talk: The Necessary Requirements for Working at a University
Okay, I'm going to pause my story for a sec and talk about something really important here --  the job requirements. 

There is a certain minimum level of qualification you need to obtain, in order to be able to get a university job in South Korea... Nowadays you need either: 

1) a Master's Degree + 2 Years of Teaching Experience  
.....OR.....
2) a Bachelor's Degree + 4 Years of Teaching Experience

* teaching experience can be at a university, college, or public school (elementary, middle, high school). It's important to note that different universities view teaching experience differently.

Officially, universities will not hire you unless you meet this criteria... However, in reality, they often bend these rules depending on the circumstances...

Here are 2 recent examples of universities that DO NOT adhere closely to the rules above (click to enlarge): 
* Screenshot taken from www.eslcafe.com
(Nov 20, 2018)
* Screenshot taken from www.eslcafe.com
(Dec 1, 2018)
As I mentioned earlier, "officially" most universities want to hire teachers with either an MA +2 years of experience or a BA +4 years. But some universities don't stick so closely to these rules.

For example, if the candidate that they are interested in is "almost there," -- they have the necessary experience but are only half way through their Master's online, certain colleges will overlook the fact that they don't have a completed Master's on hand... (I've seen this happen many times). 

Or another example, a person has a completed Master's on hand, but they have less than 2 years of relevant teaching experience on their resume... This too can be an exception for certain universities... 

Or further yet, the teacher they hired can't fulfill their obligation and there's a week left until the start of the semester. Then they may even hire someone with a B.A. and 1-2 years of teaching experience to fill the spot. 

It all depends on the particular college or university: what their ranking is, how strict their hiring rules are, how much they like you, how bad they need you, your competition, the proximity of the semester starting date, and a few other variables.
** Unfortunately if you only have a B.A. and 1-2 years of private academy ('hagwon') teaching experience (or no experience at all), you can pretty much forget about teaching at a university for now... But there are certain intermediary steps you can take if you want to teach at a university in the near future...  

** We are including a powerful Seoul High School Jobs module in the program, for those, that have only a B.A. and 1-2 years of academy ('hagwon') teaching experience. Working at a Public High School, is a great way to work up to teaching at a university. Keep reading to know more... 
The BIG Problem With Applying for University Jobs in Korea…
Whether you are qualified, or almost there, you will still have to COMPETE with hundreds of other applicants, and this is the BIG Problem With Applying for University Jobs in Korea…

The main problem I had, was that I was ONLY applying to the university positions posted ONLINE…  This is a problem for three main reasons:

1) You are limited to applying only for the jobs available online

2) You are competing with dozens of other applicants who see the same job postings

3) Not ALL universities actually post their job openings online…

Let me explain reason #3) a little bit further… Some universities in Korea, don’t advertise their job openings on ESL Café or other websites…

Instead, they will make the posting on their own HOME PAGE in a little box, usually in Korean. They do this because they don’t have a problem attracting eligible candidates...

Perhaps now the 3 reasons above make more sense...
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* example of an English Faculty Position listed on university homepage
The Road to Success…
So, initially I tried applying on several websites, like the ESL Café. That didn’t work so well…

Usually universities would reply saying I either didn’t have the right degree or enough teaching experience…

Then I tried visiting a few schools in person and dropping off my resume…

That didn’t work at all…
My Epiphany
And that’s where I had my big “Ah-ha!” moment.

That’s when I decided I HAD to make a change…

That’s when I finally sat down and created a powerful portfolio package, which I started sending out by mail. And guess what? This time it worked!
image showing inside the university jobs in korea program
image showing inside the university jobs in korea program
The Road to Success…
So, initially I tried applying on several websites, like the ESL Café. That didn’t work so well…

Usually universities would reply saying I either didn’t have the right degree or enough teaching experience…

Then I tried visiting a few schools in person and dropping off my resume…

That didn’t work at all…
My Epiphany
And that’s where I had my big “Ah-ha!” moment.

That’s when I decided I HAD to make a change…

That’s when I finally sat down and created a powerful portfolio package, which I started sending out by mail. And guess what? This time it worked!
The Odds Are Stacked Against You…
That’s when I realized it wasn’t my fault! It’s all because the competition for online job postings is extremely high...

No wonder I was struggling...

Once I realized the power of sending out resume packages offline (by mail), that’s when I started hearing back from universities!
The Results…
So, back to my story, where I was a week away from having my E-2 visa expire in the last week of February…

Well, after I sent my portfolio packages by mail, I ended up getting 3 interviews and 2 job offers, several days before my E-2 visa expired and the spring semester started!

Talk about great timing!
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Hanging out with myself in the hallway 😂
Introducing...
The Road to Success…
So, initially I tried applying on several websites, like the ESL Café. That didn’t work so well…

Usually universities would reply saying I either didn’t have the right degree or enough teaching experience…

Then I tried visiting a few schools in person and dropping off my resume…
That didn’t work at all…
My Epiphany
And that’s where I had my big “Ah-ha!” moment.

That’s when I decided I HAD to make a change…

That’s when I finally tried sending out my resume packages by mail. And guess what? This time it worked!
DreamUniversityJob
4-WEEK INTENSIVE
ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM
DreamUniversityJob
4-WEEK INTENSIVE
ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM
And that’s why I decided to create the Dream University Job 4-Week Intensive Online Training Program...

This innovative program took over 6 months to create (and keeps getting updated even 3 years later) and cost me countless hours and several thousand dollars… But it was really worth it!

It makes standing out among other candidates and getting university jobs in Korea so much easier.

What used to take applicants several months to do (the entire job search process), now can get done in several weeks, and much more effectively.
How This System Has Already Helped Others:
How This System Has Already Helped Others:
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What’s Included in the Program…
But, before you get started, let me ask you a question…

Would you like to get access to this massive vault of valuable university job information!?

You can get started right now, for less than most people spend on going out and partying every month.
 
Now, while it would be impossible to show you ALL of the benefits of the program, I want to show you some of the benefits you’ll experience as soon as you’re on the inside...
  • University-Geared Resume Writing Workshop
  • Premium Portfolio Creation Module (18 Key Items)
  • The University Targeting Process (400 Universities)
  • The Powerful Online Application Campaign
  • The University Interview Process Walk-through
What’s Included in the Program…
But, before you get started, let me ask you a question…

Would you like to get access to this massive vault of valuable university job information!?

You can get started right now, for less than most people spend on going out and partying every month.
 
Now, while it would be impossible to show you ALL of the benefits of the program, I want to show you some of the benefits you’ll experience as soon as you’re on the inside...
  • University-Specific Resume Writing Workshop
  • Premium Portfolio Creation Module (18 Key Items)
  • The University Targeting Process (400 Universities)
  • The Powerful Online Application Campaign
  • The University Interview Process Walk-through
Plus, you get these 
Powerful Bonuses:
  • The D.U.J. Korean University Address Database (400 Universities)
  • Korean University Address Labels (400 Universities)
  • The Career Commencement Module
  • The Seoul High School Jobs Module (243 Schools)
The Powerful Bonuses...
1) The D.U.J. Korean University Database - includes the locations & addresses of all 440 Universities and Colleges in South Korea

Color-coded: red & orange-colored schools have more rigid hiring requirements. Green and white schools, are less competitive.

2) The D.U.J. Korean University Labels Package all 440 university addresses from the database, available to be printed on Sticky Address Labels

Simply print the labels, stick them on your premium portfolio envelopes, and send your packages out to as many universities as you want!

3) The Career Commencement Module - how to choose the right job offer & how to get started as a brand-new university professor.
We will give you a crash course in how to: create a Semester Syllabus, make your First Week's Intro Lessons, create further exciting Lessons & Content, design powerful Tests & Projects, and other useful advice, hints, and techniques you can use to ensure your success as a University Instructor. 
Plus, you'll get these Powerful Bonuses:
  • The D.U.J. Korean University Address Database (400)
  • Korean University Address Labels (400)
  • The Career Commencement Module
  • The Seoul High School Jobs Module (243)
The Powerful Bonuses...
1) The D.U.J. Korean University Database - includes the locations & addresses of all 400 Universities and Colleges in South Korea. Color-coded: red & orange-colored schools have more rigid hiring requirements. Green and white schools, are less competitive.

2) The D.U.J. Korean University Labels Package all 400 university addresses from the database, available to be printed on Sticky Address Labels. Simply print the labels, stick them on your premium portfolio envelopes, and send your packages out to as many universities as you want!

3) The Career Commencement Module - how to choose the right job offer & how to get started as a brand-new university professor.
We will give you a crash course in how to: create a Semester Syllabus, make your First Week's Intro Lessons, create further exciting Lessons & Content, design powerful Tests & Projects, and other useful advice, hints, and techniques you can use to ensure your success as a University Instructor. 
In addition, you will also be getting access to:
The Seoul High School Jobs Module
Want to work at a university but don't have the necessary qualifications? Got a B.A. and only 1-2 years of private academy ('hagwon') teaching experience?

 Working at a Public High School is one of the best ways to gain the necessary experience needed for teaching at a university. Plus the job itself is pretty great! Public high school teachers usually teach around 22 hours per week and get about 2 months off per year. Also the students are very focused and studious.

We provide a Database of 243 public, private, specialized, and international high schools in Seoul, including their names, locations, addresses, and also sticky address labels that you can print and stick on your packages to send out your applications by mail.  
Plus of course you get access to the rest of the Dream University Job Program, including how to build a powerful portfolio package, which you will be sending by mail.
The Cost of the Program…
Because of all the awesome things included in the program, the total value of this entire package is $1,000.

However, let me ask you something…

If all this did was give you a fulfilling university job with older more mature students and zero micro-management, would it be worth it?

If all this program did was give you a 4-day work week, would it be worth it?

How about a 4-month vacation!?

Now... I’m not going to charge you $1,000 as many others have suggested that this program is worth... 

I’m not even going to charge you $397, as I originally planned… 

All I’m going to ask you to pay for this entire groundbreaking program is $197.
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What Others Are Saying…
What Others Are Saying…
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Our Rock-Solid Money-Back Guarantee
I am so confident in this program, that I am willing to take on the entire risk and offer you a no-questions-asked, full-money-back, rock-solid guarantee.

If you bought the course by mistake, or you feel it's not what you expected after you log in, you have 7 full days to get a full refund for the program, no questions asked. 
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Time is Of The Essence...
Here is why...

The Dream University Job 4-Week Program is only opened twice a year - right before the March hiring season and before September.  

I can only offer a limited amount of these packages for $197. If the demand is high enough, I will be forced to raise the price, making it $397, as originally planned, or even $1,000.

Also, if other university teachers start complaining that I'm giving away this powerful program, I might have to take the whole offer down, which is something I really don't want to do...

If this page is still here, for this price, then the offer is live. But I reserve the right to pull it down at any time.
Imagine Yourself Working At a Korean University…
Just imagine what life will be like when you’re a full-time university instructor…

I know, because I have been one for over 5 years!

You walk into a college classroom of about 20 freshmen students, eager for your arrival…

You give them a kick-ass 2-hour lecture full of fun activities, laughter, and positive emotions. Everyone loves your class!

Then you go into your private office or teachers’ lounge. It’s 3:00 pm, you’re done for the day.

You can either go home and relax or stay and hang out with other profs. You decide to grab some food, perhaps pick up a guitar and jam with others, or go shoot some hoops with students outside…

It’s mid-June, you’re almost done your 4-month semester…. You’re off for the next 2 months and need to decide whether you’re going to Thailand, Nepal or Bali…

LIFE IS GOOD!
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Teach mature grown-up students
Be a leader and have fun with your classes
Be a fully autonomous educator, with no direct boss or micro-management
Be in control of your curriculum - what you teach and how 
Become a mentor and a leader to your students!
Have awesome coworkers, not overbearing co-teachers
Enjoy a standard university teaching schedule (12-16 lecture hours per week)
Work 4 days a week (often Fri/Mon off)
Enjoy a 4-month paid vacation (usually 2 months in the summer and 2 in the winter)
Enjoy more free time, travel, time to visit your family for longer periods, the ability work part-time & make more money, or being able to do your Master's online
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Teach mature grown-up students
Be a leader and have fun with your classes
Be a fully autonomous educator, with no direct boss or micro-management
Be in control of your curriculum - what you teach and how 
Become a mentor and a leader to your students!
Have awesome coworkers, not overbearing co-teachers
Enjoy a standard university teaching schedule (12-16 lecture hours per week)
Work 4 days a week (often Fridays or Mondays off)
Enjoy a 4-month paid vacation (usually 2 months in the summer and 2 in the winter)
Enjoy more free time, travel, time to visit your family for longer periods, the ability work part-time & make more money, or being able to do your Master's online
Go Ahead, Take Action! What are you waiting for?
So, if everything you’ve read so far resonates with you, go ahead, click on the button below right now, and you’ll be taken to a secure order form.

After you put in your credit card information, you’ll be taken to a secure members’ area where you can get access to the entire Dream University Job 4-Week Intensive Teacher Training Program, even if it’s 2:00 a.m.!
For Those Who Are Already Signing Up…
For those who are purchasing the program… 

You get access to the ENTIRE D.U.J. 4-Week Intensive Program for $197.

The Entire Program already includes also:
University-geared Resume Writing Workshop (Specifically for Korean Universities)
Premium Portfolio Creation Module (18 Powerful Components)
The University Targeting Process (400+ Universities Provided)
The Powerful Online Campaign (Learn How to Stand Out Online)
The University Interview Process Walk-through (Rock Any Interview!)
And the following POWERFUL BONUSES:
The D.U.J. Korean University Database (400+ Universities) [BONUS 1]
The University Address Labels Package (400+ Universities) [BONUS 2]
The Career Commencement Module [BONUS 3]
The Seoul High School Jobs Module (243 Schools) [BONUS 4]
Targeting Public Schools in Other Korean Cities [BONUS 5]
Here's an Exclusive Sneak Peek Inside the Program's 7 Powerful Modules...
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I’ll See You On The Inside…
So, go ahead, make the decision to change your life for the better, click the button below, and I’ll see you inside the Program!

- Greg Vasil, 
DUJ founder.
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PLEASE NOTE:
To be able to legally teach English in South Korea, and to qualify for an E-2 Teaching Visa, you need to have:
1. [Mandatory] - a valid Passport from one of the 7 Native English Speaking Countries
(U.S.A., Canada, U.K., Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa) * This is non-negotiable!
1. [Mandatory] - a valid Passport from one of the 7 Native English Speaking Countries(U.S.A., Canada, U.K., Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa) * This is non-negotiable!
2. [Mandatory] - a Bachelor's Degree from a 4-Year University. (Also from one of the 7 Countries mentioned above. * This is the minimum requirement - by law - & non-negotiable!)
To teach at the university level, you will further need:
3. [Mandatory] - previous teaching experience at a university, college, or public school (elementary, middle, high school). * Private academy ('hagwon') experience is not counted by most universities.
Officially, teaching experience should be:
- 2 years for M.A. holders, (or)
- 4 years for B.A. holders
*** (Again, these are "official" requirements that many universities follow, but as mentioned earlier, some universities can be more flexible. See below.)
4. [Highly Recommended] - a Master's Degree. This is highly recommended for teaching at the university level (due to high competition), but not mandatory by law. Some universities will still hire B.A. holders with adequate teaching experience. Click on image below to enlarge:
website screenshot of a Korean university job posting at Yonsei University in Korea
* Screenshot taken from www.eslcafe.com on Nov 20, 2018.
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