Options for teaching in China
Licensed and ESL educators, thinking about teaching English in China? Your timing couldn’t be better! With around 3million English language students, China is, without a doubt, a job-seeking teacher’s market.
Estimates show that China is currently experiencing a shortfall of around 100English teachers and this figure set to increase over the coming years as the country’s enthusiasm for learning English continues unabated.
First-tier Cities in China
Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen are first-tier cities. They are known as the big four. The cost of living in these cities is much higher than in other cities in China.
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Teaching English in China : A Definitive Guide
Are you thinking of teaching English abroad? China is one of the most popular destinations for teachers. An there’s a huge demand for English teachers.
Here are a few handy phrases to help you on your way
Even if you can just master the pronunciation of ‘Nǐ hǎo’ (hello), you’ll stand a really good chance of getting ahead. Don’t worry about all the complicated characters for now – they may look daunting, but they’ll begin to make more sense the longer you stay in China!
Teach English in China with English Program Sichuan
Earn a monthly salary up to RMB 0plus housing, airfare reimbursement, up to months paid vacation + teach at a public-sector kindergarten, primary, secondary, high school, college or university