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WORKING-HOLIDAY (VOLUNTEER ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER) TOUR

Do you have a knack for teaching and wish to share your passion, effecting positive change and development in a meaningful way? The 2018 all-inclusive Working-Holiday programme offers a unique chance to live, work, and travel in North Korea for two weeks, either as a Mandarin Chinese or English language teacher, whilst also taking time out to explore what the country has to offer!

Any questions? Contact our team at: info@juchetravelservices.com


SUNDAY 22 APRIL 2018 – SUNDAY 6 MAY 2018 (14 nights in the DPRK +2 nights on the train)

  ITINERARY TOUR PRICE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER

Sunday 22nd April 2018 – Sunday 6th May 2018

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MANDARIN CHINESE LANGUAGE TEACHER

Sunday 22nd April 2018 – Sunday 6th May 2018

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Prices in Euro (€) per person


The Mission:

Teaching one or two classes (total 50-60 students) at the Pyongyang College of Tourism or *Kim Chol Ju University of Education
*Only for English language teachers
Please note that the teaching will concentrate on advanced levels only (B2 level and above)


The Plan:

Monday – Friday
Each morning you will teach two lectures (one hour each). The first lecture will be with second year students of the Tourism Management faculty. In total there are 48 students of English and 22 students of Chinese. In the second lecture you will teach third year students of the Tourism Management faculty. In total there are 37 students of English and 19 of Chinese.

Afternoons
In the downtime there will be an opportunity to explore Pyongyang and the surrounding areas with a varied tourism itinerary (see attached PDF).

Weekends
After the first week you will travel to the stunning Myohyang mountains, staying overnight and exploring local Buddhist temples and the International Friendship Exhibition. At the end of the second week there will be a chance to venture southwards to the historic city of Kaesong, village of Panmunjeom (where the armistice was signed) and the DMZ.


What to Expect?

Truusje joined our 2015 Volunteer Programme as an English language teacher, based at the Pyongyang Tourism College.
Speaking on her experience, Truusje said:

“The programme was an incredibly interesting experience. I got to teach some lovely students. They were so keen and teaching them was a lot of fun. I was sad to say goodbye to them. It’s an experience I’ll never forget.”


Tamara joined our 2015 Volunteer Programme and taught Tourism Marketing at the Pyongyang Tourism College.
Speaking on her experience, Tamara said:

“Teaching Tourism Marketing at Pyongyang Tourism College was an unexpectedly rewarding experience. My students (teachers of the College) were bright, very motivated to learn and willing to actively discuss our topics in class, so it was a real pleasure teaching them. Before the course I wasn’t sure what to expect but I had an almost complete freedom in designing my classes, so I could share the latest academic knowledge combined with lots of practical examples. Altogether I felt that my classes could effectively contribute to tourism development in the DPRK and it’s a great feeling.”


Factfile

The Pyongyang Tourism College 평양관광대학 was originally known as the “Tour Guide & Interpreter School”, founded on 5th February 1987, but later changed its name in both 2002 and 2014. Many Juche Travel Services tourists may meet the alumni of the PTC as they are often the excellent tour guides who accompany our tours. The school boasts 120 professors and researchers and 700 students (both full and part time). The current president is Mr. Kim Yong Gyom. Pyongyang Tourism College

Students study on a 4.5 year course within one of three faculties: Tour Guide Faculty, Tourism Management Faculty, and the Online Study Faculty. Within these faculties there are five main courses: Language (English, Chinese, Russian), Tourism Management, Tourism Development, Tourism Information, and Tourism Advertisement. Subjects covered vary and range from World Tourism History, Economy, and Ecology to Tourism Psychology and Hotel Service Operations.


How to Apply

For more information or to submit an application please send us a completed application form (download it here) together with your Curriculum Vitae and a motivation letter as an email attachment to:

info@juchetravelservices.com

We will acknowledge receipt of your application within 24 hours and inform you of the next steps regarding visa application and further tour details.


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