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Teach English in China
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Testimonials From English teachers in China
There are some basic requirements for teaching in China:
How much can you make as a foreign English teacher in China?
A monthly salary ranging from 8,000 ~ 24,000 RMB (1,500 ~ 3,486 USD) . Bonuses include housing allowances, airfare reimbursement, visa support, as well as insurances. Cost of living in China is comparatively low meaning expats can easily enjoy a comfortable lifestyle.
Allows you to have a comfortable lifestyle teaching and living in China
how it works?
Providing Whole Journey Support to Qualified Candidates for Free.
Step 2: Interview with School
The school will be in touch shortly (usually within 1~3 business days) to arrange an interview. It’s time to let your best self shine!
Step 3: Get hired
Once you pass the interview, you will receive a contract and the school will guide you through your onboarding process (visa, flight, training, etc.).
Class Size: 20 ~ 60
Teaching Hours: Max. 20 hours
Office Hours: Varied by schools
Salary: 8,000 ~ 24,000 RMB depending on experiences and qualifications
Accommondations: Fully-furnished apartment of housing allowances
Syllabus and training are provided
A list of documents needed for the work visa in China:
• Degree certificate
• Clean police check
• Passport scan Headshot photo with white background
• TEFL/CELTA/TESOL certificate (or can provide reference letters accumulating to two years’ experiences instead)
Step 1: Submit your online application
Step 2: Get matched with suitable positions
Step 3: Interviews with schools
Step 4: Receive and review contract
Step 5: Apply for the work visa
*TEFL certificate support is provided in some positions.
English is the mandatory subject in China's public schools. They are run fairly well when it comes to organization. You will find that you will have between 30 and 60 students in your classroom and you will be able to teach mostly what you want.
Private Language Institutes
English institutes cater to students who want to learn the English language after their normal school hours. This type of position will allow you to really get to know the locals in the area that you will be living in.
A mixture of both Chinese students from more well-off families and non-Chinese students who happen to live in the country. These types of positions are more challenging to get, but the rewards are amazing, as are the benefits.
Nowadays, English education has become so important that it's even the mainstream in kindergartens in China, therefore driving a huge demand for foreign English teachers who can nurturing the young minds.
What's the experience like teaching in China?
There are so many things that you will be able to experience when you are living and teaching over in China. First, imagine all the students that you will have an impact on, whether with the language that they are learning, in other areas of school, or even in their personal life.
At the same time you’ll also have plenty of time to explore other areas of the country. Imagine taking a day to explore a city or town a couple hours away or taking a long weekend to see the sights that were recommended by your new friends!
"Spontaneous decisions don’t always end up the way you expect them to, but if you don’t take a chance, you’ll never know how life-changing something could turn out to be."
"My experience in China was truly life-changing. I spent two years there, and I learned as much about myself as I did about Chinese culture."
"Ultimately, in the end, those were the kind of experiences that I valued the most. Making connections with people, that from the outside, no one would dare to guess. "
"When people ask me whether I’m fluent in Mandarin, I tell them I know enough not to go hungry, enough to find my way home if I’m lost in an unknown city, and enough to say “I love you.”
"Being in China taught me that there is no right or wrong way to teach, and that every new learning environment you come across will provide you with a new challenge."