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Roberts American School - Kaohsiung (中美美語學苑)

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Roberts American School - Kaohsiung (中美美語學苑)

Postby Milkybar_Kid » 13 Jun 2012, 07:35


I am currently looking for new positions and I have seen this school repeatedly advertise over the last few months. Does anyone have any info about this school.

From their website it appears to be foreign owned and managed.


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Re: Roberts American School - Kaohsiung

Postby Abacus » 13 Jun 2012, 10:02

I've talked with two teachers that have worked there and both were pretty happy (it seemed). One good thing is that they seem to be able to get a lot of hours (20-28) for their teachers. They just opened their 2nd branch (great location) in the last year or so and this might be why they are advertising so much. Neither branch is within walking distance of the Kaohsiung arena MRT (R14) but both are a short scooter ride away.

If I was looking for a job I would apply there. It would probably be near the top of my list but I'm happily employed with all the hours I want.
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