Teach in China - Language Center

An excellent opportunity to experience one of the worlds most fascinating countries, delve into the rich culture of China! Take advantage of free flights and enjoy paid holidays to further explore the wonders of South East Asia. As a language school teacher in China, you will be tutoring children aged 5 to 16 years old at one of our many prestigious partner schools.

Begin your journey as an English teacher in China!

As an English school teacher in China you will…

  • Work in a language center with colleagues from around the world
  • Work closely with small groups of students to improve their English
  • Build a comfortable English-speaking environment for students
  • Develop interesting lessons to keep students engaged
  • Work with a teaching assistant to hone your skills

The Job Details!

What to expect from teaching in China…

  • Subjects: English Language
  • Locations: 50+ including: Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen
  • Contract Length: 12 months to 24 months
  • Salary: 3,200 USD to 4,800 USD/ Month
  • Accommodation: Provided. Fully Furnished. Or a substantial stipend
  • Start Dates: Positions are available all year round
  • Teaching Hours: 32 hours per week
  • Holiday: 15 paid holidays per year + national holidays
  • Flight allowance: Flight paid in advance
  • Students: ages 5 – 16
  • Training: Extensive paid training in advance
  • Further Development: Management roles & Further certification

The Requirements!

All you need to get started…

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree
  • You must be a fluent English speaker
  • Must be highly responsible
  • Cultural sensitivity and awareness of your learners’ needs
  • No Teaching Experience Necessary

The Benefits!

Just some of the benefits that come with teaching at an English school in China…

Paid flights

Accommodation or housing allowance

Work Visa (Z-Visa)

Full medical insurance

Paid holidays

Free Chinese lessons

Interested in finding out more?

Karen Pillay's experience teaching Kindergarten in China

Leaving one’s home and country is a big deal especially if you’re going to a place where the culture and lifestyle is so far removed from your own. Being so far from home, friends and family was something I had to prepare for, both mentally and physically. But prepared I was, mentally, physically and emotionally! I couldn’t wait to start.