English Teacher Chinese

Given the impacts of globalization, the fact that China is fast becoming one of the most popular countries in the world for those who desire to teach English in another country should not come as a surprise to anybody. In such a large country, those who are ready to have an open mind will not have any problem discovering new things to learn. There are no limits placed on the kinds of things that may be discovered at this site.

It is a rewarding experience for expatriates to teach English in China because of the country's outstanding beauty, fascinating cultures and languages, wonderful cuisine, rich history, lovely people, and fascinating variety. Teaching English in China also provides an opportunity for expatriates to gain valuable experience. For foreigners, teaching English in China may be a very gratifying experience. Whether you have a teaching certification or you have just completed your undergraduate studies, you have alternatives available to you. There are a variety of career paths you might pursue. If you already have a teaching certificate, you have a significant advantage over the other candidates.

Requirements to Teach English in China

Have Obtained Bachelor Degree (or graduating in next 12 months)

Passport Holders Of United Kingdom, United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand Or South Africa according to China’s visa policy

The Ability To Obtain A Clear Background Check

Ability To Live Abroad For At Least One Year

Teaching Experience Is Preferred But Not Required

Salary & Benefits for Teaching English in China

A rewarding career that allows one to contribute to the development of students

a wage that is comparable to others in the area, which will enable you to have a comfortable lifestyle

Study the Chinese language and interact with native Chinese speakers.

Weekends and holidays are perfect opportunities to go out and see China like the locals do.

Opportunities in China for ESL/Foreign Teachers

There’s a huge demand for foreign teachers (ESL/other subjects) to come teach in China.

Public schools


International Schools

Language Institutes

Universities & businesses

I can’t speak Chinese, is that a problem?

It is not necessary to have a strong command of Mandarin in order to work as an English teacher in China. The following are some of the reasons why:

The vast majority of schools require that you communicate only in the English language with their pupils.

You should probably encourage your pupils to speak only English while they are in your class.

You are able to educate yourself in Chinese on your own.

You may fill in the blanks by using language applications.

Find a buddy who speaks the language you want to learn and switch.

Can I still work as a teacher even if I don't have any previous experience?

Experience in the classroom is not required for English teaching jobs, despite the fact that employers respect it highly as a candidate qualification. The majority of schools will give training for teachers before they begin their jobs to ensure that they conform with the school's curriculum as well as any special teaching techniques. If, on the other hand, you want to teach a topic other than the one in which you have certification, you will need to demonstrate that you have prior experience teaching that subject.

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