I am completing a B.A. From the University of South Africa, an Accredited Correspondence University. Can I Teach English in Japan?

by Nicolas
(South Africa)

Dear Sir/Madam I am completing a Bachelors degree from UNISA (University of South Africa), this is an accredited correspondence university in South Africa. Will I be eligible to teach English in Japan?

Kind regards,
Nicolas

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Apr 14, 2018
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by: John

Hi Nicholas,
South Africa makes the list as an "English speaking country". Many large English schools like Berlitz etc. hire from South Africa. Because UNISA is fully accredited school and the largest on the continent you are good to go.

Also most hiring agents are concerned with the completion of a 4 year course and not how it was completed.

So fire up the computer and start applying for jobs in Japan.

Best of luck

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