StanleyPrepUSA was established in 2005 in California, California State University San Bernardino, and now is in operation since 2008 in Bundang Korea.
StanleyPrepUSA offers intensive Academic prepatory programs in which the students, under the strict probation system, are prepared and ready to undertake undergraduate courses in the states.
We are responsible for the education in Korea for students going abroad to SUNY Binghamton, SUNY Buffalo, University of Oregon, California College of the Arts, Southern Utah University, and CSUSB.
If I remember correctly there's also a "University of Toronto" near Jeongja Station. Looking through job ads is depressing because it reminds me of my own job hunts a few years back. Wading through hundreds of nearly-identical offers, dealing with half-assed "interviews" at 1:00 AM, and trying to guage which place is going to screw me the least. My favorite line was from a recruiter for a public school position in Gyeongsangnam-do. It went something like "You'll never have to work weekends. But if you do, it won't be often." My first job was with an Avalon school in Bundang, though before that job I was also hired by two English Villages, first in Gwangjin-gu and then in Incheon. Maybe it was the other way around, I don't know, but both were operated by the local governments and both went belly-up before I even started the visa paperwork.
In other job ad news, here's one in Yeosu advertising 45 paid vacation days. The ad is from Education Adventure, a recruiter that seems to be poaching on turf once exclusively Canadian Connection's. However, I've heard a number of bad reviews of the latter in recent months, and apparently people looking to come to Jeollanam-do are trying other routes. I hate looking at recruiter and hagwon websites, but one thing that did jump out at me is that they're using a foreign skyline to advertise, presumably, a place in Korea. You'll recall last year that the city of Gwangyang, right next to Suncheon, got in trouble for using the Calgary skyline on some of its own advertisements.