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    How To Get A TEFL Job In China

    I’m currently in China and I’ve been teaching English here for the last six months. I’m loving it and wanted to share some of my experiences. This is the first in a series of posts that will be about how I made this happen. Hopefully, it will help others who are interested in doing similar things in China.

    The very first thing I did when I arrived in China was research a TEFL course. I wanted to know what the market was like in China and how much it would cost. I was told that for me to be able to work, I would have to be either a graduate or an experienced teacher. I figured I could do the latter. When I did a search, I was surprised to find that there were only a handful of people teaching in China. I was even more surprised to see that the courses were all either in cities or in the countryside. I was going to have to travel for a month or more to find a course.

    I decided to look into teaching English online.

    So I looked into the different options. One of the first I found was a course on Skillshare. It was free and had a lot of great reviews. I registered and was shocked to find that the course was only available in English. When I checked the certificate, I found that it was a certificate from the University of Oxford, which is one of the oldest universities in the world.

    The certificate says that the course is available in English.

    When I first registered, I was shocked to find that the course was only available in English. There was no option to have a Chinese version. I was not able to access it until I found that there was a Chinese version. After I got the certificate, I found that it was primarily designed to teach English as a second language. I booked a course on the course and found that the videos were all in Chinese.

    When I first registered, I was shocked to find that the course was only available in English. There was no option to have a Chinese version. I was not able to access it until I found that there was a Chinese version. After I got the certificate, I found that it was primarily designed to teach English as a second language. I booked a course on the course and found that the videos were all in Chinese.

    After I finished the course, I started to look for more English language courses. I found one on Udemy. This course was more focused on teaching English as a second language. I registered and found that there was a Chinese version.

    I decided to do some research on the Chinese version. I found that it was more for business people and was more focused on teaching English as a second language. I registered and found that there was a Chinese version.

    How do I get a job teaching English in China?

    Call An Advisor & Begin Your Research.

    Enroll in a TEFL Class.

    Prepare For Your Job Search.

    Interview & Apply for Positions.

    Sign A Contract, Make Travel & Visa Arrangements.

    Hop On a Plane to China and Begin Your New Adventure!