Prof. Emily Dicolen-Abagat, one of the 24 awarded with the 2010 Presidential Awards for Outstanding Individual and Organization Overseas; a former professor at the Catholic University of Korea; author of the book “And God Smiled Back”; and currently a professor at Korea’s Gyeongju University, posted this on her FB page.
Gyeongju University is recruiting more Filipino professors with the following qualifications:
1. a Master’s degree (regardless of major)
2. PhD is an advantage
3. with more than 3 years of teaching experience in the University/College
Interested applicants may send their CVs to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or directly to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gyeongju University is located in Gyeongju City in Gyeongsangbuk-do, a province located in the southeastern side of Korea. It is an hour drive from Daegu, which is currently hosting the 2011 IAAF World Championships.
Prof. Abagat said that Filipinos in Korea or in the Philippines are welcome to send in their applications. I guess her performance as a professor has encouraged the school to hire more Filipinos ;p