Teaching English in Korea

For interested students, the Korean government is sponsoring two English teaching programs. These are:

  1. The Teach and Learn in Korea (TaLK): Teaching English to elementary school students living in the rural areas. Any US citizen who has finished two years in college can apply.
  2. The English Program in Korea (EPIK): Teaching English in secondary school students. A bachelor’s degree is required.

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Teach English, Live Abroad Event

The Wisconsin ESL Institute is hosting a “Teach English, Live Abroad” information session on Monday, March 27th from 4:00-5:00 pm at Union South. Explore what it takes to teach English abroad and how you can travel with an income. Understand what international employers are looking for and tips for finding job opportunities. Learn about obtaining a TEFL Certificate to make living abroad a reality. This event is presented by Hannah LeDuc & Jennifer Phillips, Wisconsin ESL Institute.

Wisconsin in Washington, DC Internships

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Students of all majors seeking internship opportunities for UW credit in Spring 2017, Fall 2018 & Summer 2018 can now apply to the UW Wisconsin in Washington, DC Internship program. This program combines the efforts of previous UW internship programs offered in Washington, DC by the International Division and the Political Science Department. Course options include Political Science, International Studies and electives in other subject areas. Semester program options include 3 courses plus an internship, totaling 12 credits. The summer program features an internship, plus 3 credits for Political Science 402.

International Politics Summer School 2017

The University of Oxford is holding a two-week residential summer school tackling the vital issues that shape politics in the modern world with a regional focus. The academic program consists of small seminar groups with a specialist tutor, a daily lecture program given by world-renowned academics, and lively daily discussion groups led by current Oxford University doctoral students. Click here to learn more.