1. Economy on the rise, which means more pay and more job opportunities.
2. International life style, you will get to hang out with the Chinese and the expats from all around the world.
3. Have a chance to learn the new language, Chinese language. You will be surrounded by the exotic atmosphere that will eventually mould you.
4. Travel the Far East, China is the hub of ancient cultures in Asia. You will spend at least more than one year to travel to every attraction in here.
5. Low cost of living, while your salary can be skyrocketing, the cost of living will just go against your salary.
Considering this, China spans over 1,700 miles North to South connecting Harbin in Heilongjiang province (home of the famous Harbin ice festival) to Hong Kong with its humid subtropical climate, China’s cities have a lot of individual character and the local people take a lot of pride in this diversity.
Opportunities to teach English in China are almost as diverse as the country itself. Different types of schools and different parts of the country can provide totally unique experiences. For example, a business English instructor in the mega-city of Shanghai will have a very different experience than a kindergarten teacher in Chengdu. Not only are the attractions in the cities different but also the local culture and language. Whether or not you prefer to be in a specific location, your placement consultant will work to find you a suitable city that appeals to you.
Teaching abroad in China opportunities include Preschool, Kindergarten, Primary school, Middle school, High school, Universities and adults. Not to mention demand for freelance and hourly lessons. A new trend is also online teaching, which grants the flexibility to work with learners across the country with tight schedules. Working with us will ensure you a well-compensated position (even for beginners) based on your experience and qualifications. Read about the different types of schools we work with in China.
Almost all teaching contracts in China are between 1 and 2 years. As the education market is maturing and the salaries are rising, schools do not want fly by night teachers that will leave their students hanging after a few months. Although beginner teachers are welcome, they need to take the position seriously and be prepared to honor their contractual obligations.