Because of the high number of foreign teachers interested in teaching English, as a second Language in Korea from all over the World, some rules and legal guidelines have been put in place. The qualification requirements for English teachers in Korea are not complicated. One just needs to be Bachelors degree holder in any discipline and a native speaker of English. Teaching experience gives an added advantage but is not a compulsory requirement. However, one must be passionate and enthusiastic about teaching to make a good teacher (Footprints Recruiting, 2011).
We can see that many Chinese families would like to send their children to America not only for getting better knowledge but also expect they can master English. It 's very important because when they graduate and come back, they have more choice for their job. Even though they continue to stay in America, American companies focus on trade and business with many countries. They need more people can master bilingual or multilingual, in order to maintain the good relationship with other companies in a different kind of countries. “In today 's global economy you really have to understand the way business is done overseas to maximize your potential.
Foreign language skills can be useful in promoting American foreign interests. In a global economy, doing business abroad is paramount, but language barriers can be a burden. Opponents of a foreign language requirement in education would argue that most foreign businessmen already speak English. Admittedly, most foreign competitors do speak English, but only out of necessity. They learned to speak English in an effort to better communicate with their American counterparts and take advantage of the money making potential of doing business in America.
This thus emphasises that having English as a global language helps countries economic growth and makes it difficult for other countries to compete with it due to their Military, Political and Economic power (Nunan, 2001). Having one... ... middle of paper ... ...ke it part of their life even though languages die out as a result. In conclusion, globalization has impacted the activities of many countries; this include to exchange, trade and economic activities between nations. In order for these activities to occur, countries need to understand each other. This shows the positive aspect of having English as a global language as there are more employment opportunities, connections and interactions between people and is easily learnt from technology and media.
The English language has brought successful education careers to Tan, Mukherjee and Cofer, and I believe that it will become a valuable asset to others including myself. In spite of learning a second language, there is a big possibility that one might get confused between the home language and the new language. Regardless of the confusion possibilities between both languages, the benefits will only minimize the disadvantage and maximize the advantages. Generally speaking, English holds the biggest market in the world. I think people in the U.S. should speak, read, and write in English fluently to be able to survive in a foreign country.
Expansion in the Australian universities has been among the key issues that have been a subject of discussion for a long time. Such expansions would facilitate improvement in the learning institution and encourage further research in the country. Australian universities constitutes among the topmost universities across the globe and increasing opportunities and avenues for more students to learn would lead to expansion and introduction of more learning programs into the system (Ayoubi & Massoud, 2007). To achieve the goal of being having the best international universities, there are certain policies that need to be implemented to ensure that students globally have equal chances of gaining access to the universities. The presence of international students leads to a great diversity in terms of the study programs offered and the expansion of the education infrastructure.
More job choices will be available for students who really work hard to accumulate legal knowledge and internship experience when studying abroad. Some opponents complain that superfluous overseas returnees have been destroying the balance of supply-demand relationship in domestic market and fail to present more excellent performance than students without overseas educational background. But generally speaking, students at least achieve fluency and accuracy to handle professional work in English, which gives them an edge over other candidates in interviews back in China. Whether staying overseas or returning to China, outstanding professional ability, plus international internship and insight, will guarantee job-hunters more competitiveness. Furthermore, whether choosing to become a lawyer or doing non-litigation job, business area demands specific legal knowledge and excellent English ability because English is most widely used in this dynamic field.
Also, I will examine how and why China started eme... ... middle of paper ... ...n order to attract more students to return back to China, the government should provide better facilities and jobs, and also the Chinese Society should provide better social environment. According to People's Daily report China tops the world with the number of people studying abroad. Looking over the trend, the number will continue to grow and will positively affect China to become a leading superpower. American based education will be the incentive to propel them to success in global economy. In addition, since international education exposes students to other cultures, studying abroad in America will prepare Chinese students to be equipped to work globally.
With more and more inquires from overseas families, it seems the right time for Eton College to globalize its education services in order to gain a success across the world. Thus, the purpose of this report is to critically analyze the opportunities in China education market, as well as give advices and suggestions to Eton’s international movement. Globalization of education services The wave of globalization has locked in the service industry. It is worth mentioning that service is recognized as the biggest contributor to economic development and employment in most of countries around the world. Apparently, the globalization of services cannot implement without the support of advanced technologies and the improved worldwide trade policies.
No longer can American education turn a blind eye to this vital and growing educational necessity. Many fear that bilingualism could potential hinder individual’s linguistic progress, but on the contrary bilingualism offers unprecedented benefits both to the individual student’s learning capabilities as well as added benefits to American economical services and growth. The field of neurobiology is yielding impressive results when examining the bilingual brain. O... ... middle of paper ... ...n these various cultures and countries is through the ability to speak to one another and the key to this is bilingualism. From the cognitive benefits offered to an early child’s learning, to job opportunities, all the way to global interactions the mandatory inclusion of bilingualism in American education will serve to further advance all of these pursuits.