Teach English in China
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Teach English in China

Job description

  • Oral English teacher, at a kindergarten, school or University, in any of 15 provinces across China.
  • 10 month salaried placement (August/September 2019 - June/July 2020).
  • Free accommodation (and usually utilities) for the entire year.
  • One month (roughly) paid travel time in Jan/Feb. Applicants often take this opportunity to travel around South East Asia.
  • Free TEFL qualification, and 10-day training camp in Beijing, China.
  • Your flights are refunded (roughly) on the completion of your contract.
Applicants are paid anywhere from £600 - £2,000. It depends on the region, type of school, and workload you commit to. You are given the opportunity to aim your application at the type of salary you would like to make.

China - We have partner schools all over the country; in the big cities (Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Chongqing etc), in the smaller cities (Changsha, Jinan, Foshan etc), and in the more remote regions (Qiannan, xiqiao etc). You are given the opportunity to aim your application at the type of region that suits you best.

Contract and working hours
Fixed term; part-time; full-time. The majority of applicants teach just 16 hours per week. Others however do some office hours in and around their lessons.

What we are looking for


You must have a degree certificate by 31 August 2019. You must be fluent in English. No teaching experience however is required. The free TEFL course will supply you with the necessary skills and qualifications that you need to become a successful English teacher in China.

Accepted degree subjects


How to apply

Please read the entire website, including the financial considerations section of the FAQ tab, before applying.

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 16/08/2019

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment


Additional job details


Up to £25k

ContractFixed term
Working hoursPart-time · Full-time

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