Unleashing Opportunities: Discover Education in Zhejiang

​China Youth International (CYI) is your entrance to a unique academic adventure in China – Zhejiang province. We’re not just another agency; we’re your direct link to reputable universities in Zhejiang, ensuring a seamless application and adaptation process from your home country to the vibrant city of Hangzhou. Our partnership with universities eliminates the middleman, guaranteeing a straightforward path to your academic ambitions in China.

Zhejiang Universities: A League of Their Own

Zhejiang’s educational institutions are climbing the global ranks, offering affordable tuition, a high employment rate post-graduation, and a chance to immerse yourself in one of China’s most modern and rapidly growing cities. The blend of tradition and modernity in Hangzhou provides a nurturing environment for your academic and personal growth.

The CYI Advantage: More Than Just Admissions

Our assistance goes beyond admissions. We’re here to support you throughout your academic journey. From choosing the right program and university to handling visa procedures, and even finding employment opportunities post-graduation through our partner schools, CYI is your steadfast companion.

Tailored Programs: Language to Degree

Whether you’re looking for a short-term Chinese language program starting this February or aiming for a degree commencing in September, we have you covered. Our extensive range of programs caters to diverse academic aspirations. And with English-taught programs, language is no barrier.

Tuition Fees: Quality Education, Competitive Pricing

Chinese universities, particularly in Zhejiang, are an epitome of value for money. With tuition fees significantly lower than Western counterparts, you’re not only investing in education but also in a life-enriching experience in a culture-rich setting. They are also randked in top universities in the world

Seamless Transition: From A to Z with CYI

We at CYI understand the anxiety tied to moving abroad for education. Our dedicated support English speaking team is ready to assist you every step of the way, ensuring a smooth transition into your new academic life in China.

Ready to Embark?

Take the first step towards an enriching academic venture in China. today or contact us now to seize the opportunity of joining our February intake. With CYI, you’re not just pursuing education; you’re unlocking a world of possibilities in the heartland of China.

Unlocking Opportunities: A Comprehensive Guide to Teaching in China

This is a comprehensive guide to a great journey teaching in China. In recent years, China has opened its doors wider for international educators, creating a flourishing environment for aspiring teachers from around the globe. With a blend of ancient traditions and modern cities, China offers a unique teaching and living experience. If you’re contemplating embarking on a teaching journey in China, this guide aims to answer some pressing questions you might have.

Teaching in China: A Comprehensive Guide to a Great Journey

Can Foreigners Still Teach in China?

Yes, foreigners are still welcomed to teach in China, provided they meet the necessary qualifications and visa requirements. The demand for international teachers continues to grow as China emphasizes global education. Explore the visa guidelines to ensure you’re eligible.

Earning Potential: How Much Do You Earn Teaching in China?

The salary range for teachers in China varies based on factors like the city, school, and your qualifications. On average, teachers earn between $2,500 to $4,000 per month. Some institutions also provide housing allowances, flight reimbursements, and other perks, making teaching in China an attractive option financially. Dive into salary insights to get a clearer picture.

Demand for Teachers: Are Teachers Needed in China?

Absolutely! The growing emphasis on bilingual education has spurred a significant demand for English teachers, as well as educators in other subjects. The China Youth International platform has numerous listings for teaching positions across various cities in China.

Is There an Age Limit for Teaching in China?

The age limit for foreign teachers in China typically ranges between 18 to 60 years old. However, some institutions might have different age requirements. More information can be found on Chinese governmental portals.

Qualifications: Do I Need a PGCE to Teach in China?

While having a PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) is beneficial, it’s not mandatory. A Bachelor’s degree and a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certification are often sufficient. Explore TEFL certification courses to get started.

Ease of Employment: Is It Hard to Get a Teaching Job in China?

The ease of securing a teaching job in China largely depends on your qualifications and the demand for teachers in your subject area. With the right credentials, many find it relatively straightforward to secure a position. Browse through job listings to gauge the current market.

In conclusion, teaching in China presents a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in a rich cultural tapestry while contributing to the global educational landscape. Explore the available teaching positions through China Youth International and take the first step towards an enriching teaching experience in China.

Happy Chinese New Year from CYI! 虎年大吉!

Happy Chinese New Year from China Youth International 2022

2022 is the year of the Tiger.  It is the year of the water tiger. Year of the tiger 2022 begins on the Chinese New Year. 

The recent tiger years are … 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022… If you were born in one of the years, then your Chinese Zodiac sign is a tiger.

Tiger Years 2022, 2010, 1998, 1986…

The Chinese zodiac tiger years come every 12 years as a cycle. 

In Chinese element theory, each zodiac sign is associated with one of the five elements: Gold (Metal), Wood, Water, Fire, or Earth. 2022 is the Year of the water tiger.  Water tigers come every 60 years.

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How to Get Lucky in 2022 for Tiger People

Chinese New Year of the Tiger Lucky Numbers and Colors

Tiger’s Lucky Numbers and Colors 2022

Lucky Numbers: 1, 2, 3

Lucky Colors: blue, orange

Lucky Direction: east

Tiger’s Unlucky Things

Unlucky Numbers: 6,7,8

Unlucky Colors: gold, silver

Unlucky Direction: west

Chinese Zodiac Predictions in Year of the Tiger 2022

The Year of the Tiger is supposed to be a year of possibilities and prosperity. Entering Year of the Tiger 2022, every zodiac sign’s horoscope will change.

Tiger’s 2022 Predictions

Tiger’s Career in 2022: Tigers’ careers will move steadily upwards in 2022. They can expect to be promoted if they keep a proactive attitude at work. It’s not a good year for them to make a big career change. Any plans for job-hopping or adventure should wait until next year.

Tiger’s Finance in 2022: 

This year the Tigers’ wealth mainly comes from their careers. So concentrating on their jobs and trying to make breakthroughs at work can be the best strategy. Business people should not be too aggressive or anxious to broaden their business scope. Any risky investment should be avoided.

Tiger’s Relationships in 2022:

Single Tigers will devote most of their energy to their careers. Finding the right partner this year may be difficult. Tigers are advised to pay attention to the Mid-Autumn Festival in 2022, it is a good time to meet the one.

Tiger’s Health in 2022:

Under the pressure of work, tigers will indulge in flights of fancy, affecting their sleep. It will help if they travel on trips with their families and listen to some light music. The major issue they need to pay attention to is transportation.

New Year’s Eve, which falls on the last day of the year according to the Chinese lunar calendar, has special meaning in the hearts of Chinese people.  


On the most important day at the end of each lunar year, Chinese people leaving home will go back to their hometowns and reunite with their families. They will gather to enjoy a family reunion dinner on the New Year’s Eve and sit together to watch the annual Spring Festival Gala. They will spend a wonderful and warm night together and welcome the Chinese New Year.  


New Year’s Eve, a day for family reunion, is also a great time to bid farewell to the passing year and cheer for the coming of a new one. On this day, every family pastes auspicious Spring Festival couplets and festive paper-cuts and New Year pictures, reflecting Chinese people’s simple customs and beliefs and expressing their hopes for the future.  


Lucky Money in the Spring Festival is one of the traditional customs of Chinese New Year, and it is the biggest thing that children look forward to every year. It is full of care, respect and love among family members.  


The lunar New Year’s Day is the beginning of a new lunar year which is the traditional Chinese New Year. In 2022, we welcome the Year of the Tiger.

CYI year of the tiger

To Pay a New Year Call (bainian), a China folk traditional custom, is a way for people to express good wishes to each other.  As an important activity in the Spring Festival, people often go to their relatives and friends’ homes to send the New Year’s gifts and congratulate the New Year, or send New Year’s greetings through telephone, video and other forms.  


The sound of firecrackers and fireworks on the morning of the Spring Festival heralds a prosperous new year. Everywhere is full of festive and joyful atmosphere, showing the good blessing of Chinese people.  


​Happy Spring Festival!

Good luck in the Year of The Tiger! 

China to Combine Work & Residence Permit

China to Combine Work & Residence Permit

On August 19, 2020, according to China.com.cn, in a press conference on further interpretation of Stabilizing the Fundamentals of Foreign Trade and Investment, the Ministry of Commerce indicates that government shall relax the restrictive measures for foreigners in the service field. This includes exploring the integration of work permit and work-type residence permit, so as to better practice the reform, opening up and innovation policies in 28 pilot areas.

What’s to be Reformed

As per Xian Guoyi, director of the Department of Service and Trade of the Ministry of Commerce, these measures can be adopted in pilot areas so that expats can live a more comfortable life in China:

  • Relax the approval right of foreign children’s schools;
  • Simplify the approval process of foreign-funded travel agencies;
  • Expand the scope of qualifications for technology import and export operators;
  • Set up the permanent representative offices in China of the foreign patent agencies, etc.

Opening Up: Easier for Foreigners to Start Businesses and Work

Per the Ministry of Commerce, in the pilot areas, the foreign service providers will be allowed to enter the Chinese market in more fields, where it is stated that:

  • Encourage foreign institutions to hold foreign-related economic and technological exhibitions independently;
  • Support the development of cross-border commercial medical insurance products with foreign institutions;
  • Relax the restrictive measures in the service field, including exploring the integration of work permit and work-type residence permit for foreigners;
  • Promoting mutual recognition of professional qualifications;
  • Allow foreign lawyers be employed as foreign legal advisers on a pilot basis;
  • Qualified foreigners could be allowed to take the qualification examination for patent agent;
  • Strengthen international cooperation in education, law, finance and other fields;
  • Build international service trade cooperation parks.

Innovation: Easier Mobile Payment for Foreigners

The pilot areas should vigorously promote the development of online-teaching, digital services, copyright services, and pharmaceutical R & D, where it is mentioned that a pilot program of digital Chinese yuan shall be put into use so as to make it easier for foreigners to use mobile payment in China.

Per the Ministry of Commerce, the above-mentioned measures will be piloted in 28 areas and then nationwide if work well.

List of 28 Pilot Areas

Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Chongqing, Hainan, Dalian, Xiamen, Qingdao, Shenzhen, Shijiazhuang, Changchun, Harbin, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Hefei, Jinan, Wuhan, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Guiyang, Kunming, Xi’an, Urumqi, Suzhou, Weihai, Xiong’an New Area in Hebei, the New Area between Guiyang and Anshun in Guizhou and Xi Xian New area in Shaanxi.

Chinese source of the press conference.

Chinese Embassy in the U.K. Starts Accepting Visa Applications

Chinese embassies in other countries may have similar notices in the near future, so read and know the requirements in advance, prepare for the application.

To facilitate gradually resuming personnel exchanges between China and foreign countries, the Chinese Embassy and Consulates-General in the U.K. are ready to accept visa applications through the Chinese Visa Application Service Centres in London, Manchester and Edinburgh as of Aug 18th 2020 from applicants who intend to travel to China for any of the following purposes.

1. British citizen and applicant from any of the 35 other European countries who is holding a valid Foreigner’s Residence Permit of China for work, private matters or family reunion, and needs to go to China for the same visiting purpose as shown on the Residence Permit;

2. Applicant (including accompanying spouse and children under the age of 18) who does not hold a valid Foreigner’s Residence Permit of China for work, private matters or family reunion, but has an “Invitation Letter (PU/TE)” or “Verification Confirmation of Invitation” issued by the Foreign Affairs Office of the provincial government or the provincial department of commerce of the intended place of visit to visit China for economic, trade, scientific, technological, culture or sport purposes;

3. Applicant (including accompanying spouse and children under the age of 18) who does not hold a valid Foreigner’s Residence Permit of China for work, private matters or family reunion, but has obtained “Notification Letter of Foreigners Work Permit” as well as “Invitation Letter (PU/TE)” or “Verification Confirmation of Invitation” to work in China;

4. Applicant who intends to visit China for the following humanitarian reasons:

A. Applicant intending to visit an immediate family member in China (including parents, spouse, children, grandparents, grandchildren) who is in critical medical condition and in need of care, or arrange funeral matters of an immediate family member in China;

Photocopies of a medical certificate or death certificate, proof of relationships (including birth certificate, marriage certificate, Chinese household registration, certificate letters from the local police bureau in China, notarial certificate of kinship, etc.), and an invitation letter from relatives in China are required.

B. Applicant who is spouse or child under the age of 18 of a Chinese citizen or who holds a valid Chinese Foreign Permanent Resident ID Card, and intends to visit China for family reunion;

An invitation letter and photocopies of the Chinese Identity Card or the Chinese Foreign Permanent Resident ID Card, and proof of relationships are required.

C. Applicant (including accompanying spouse and children under the age of 18) intending to visit China to take care of or support his/her Chinese parents;

An invitation letter from the Chinese parent and photocopies of his/her Chinese Identity Card, and proof of relationships are required.

5. Applicant who qualifies for a crew (C) visa.

Applicants are required to fill in the online application form and make an appointment with the nearest Chinese Visa Application Centre before submitting applications in person on the date of appointment. Minor children under the age of 14 are not required to go to the Visa Centre for biometric information collection.

Visa applications for other visiting purposes which are not included above can not be accepted at the moment.

Please be advised that the above are temporary arrangements and subject to further change. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

35 other European countries

Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Norway, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, Portugal, the Netherlands

Source: Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the United Kingdom of Great Britain  and Northern Ireland


5 Core Skills From an ESL Job

You’ve seen the acronym advertising ESL Jobs, and you’ve done a bit of research. For the curious, ESL stands for English as a Second Language. The Brits know it as TEFL, Teaching English as a Foreign Language. But what will you get out of an ESL job? The simple answer is a lot, but here are the skills that you can develop or use in an ESL career.

1. Problem Solving

Imagine, you’ve planned a class, you know the students and everything is going to be great. During the class, no one’s getting it. The enthusiastic students are tired and everyone’s getting restless. As the teacher, everyone looks to you and you need to rescue the class. You develop an instinct in the class- you think fast and try new things. If that doesn’t work, you keep your cool and find something that works. This is a skill seen time and time again in the classroom, and the ability to stay cool under pressure and think quickly remain invaluable.

2. Communication Skills

Listed time and time again on job descriptions: the applicant must have excellent communication skills. But what does that even mean? The term “communication skills” could be open to interpretation and difficult to prove that you have. But as an ESL teacher, this is a core skill. Imagine setting a task, or giving instructions to classes from 5 to 25, and there’s a catch. English isn’t their first language. Sound difficult? It is at first, but in time the ESL teacher becomes a master at setting tasks, getting results with minimum speech, and body language.

3. Public Speaking

Public speaking is a common fear. The thought of standing up in front of a group of strangers can be a terrifying experience. New ESL teachers also find this a test of nerve. But over time, the ESL teacher overcomes this fear. Standing up in front of a group of eager eyes becomes second nature.

4. Time Management

ESL schedules can be hectic, especially during summer courses and peak months. Time management in class is a skill that teachers develop. ESL teachers learn to focus on what’s important to the learner, moving through the teaching material to meet their needs.

5. Sales Skills

Good sales people are knowledgeable, enthusiastic and passionate. They tailor the product to your needs and at the end of the sales pitch, you’re sold, you want the product! Who was your favourite teacher at school? They were knowledgeable, passionate and at the end of the class you wanted to learn more. The similarities are close. A good teacher helps the student use the language (the product). The teacher’s enthusiasm also makes the student more enthusiastic about the language. After class, these students want to learn more by themselves. This is when the real learning starts.

Online Teaching in China【New Regulations 】

Online Teaching in China 【New Regulations 】

Causes of Rectification

Per the Cyberspace Administration of China,there are two major causing factors of the campaign.

  • Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, online teaching platforms have become the main channels for minors to learn from home;
  • Some of the website platforms show their lack of a sense of responsibility. They’re sheerly driven by interests and have no concerns of the fact that some minors are exposed to harmful and negative information via their platforms.

All-Round Regulations

As per the announcement, the rectification campaign is for all types of online teaching platforms involving minors, which will include the following aspects.

  • The content of online courses will be subject strict review so as to ensure its correction in guidance;
  • Comment section with an interactive function shall be set up the platforms, where a system of “review before approval” shall be established accordingly;
  • Strengthen the ecological management around the web-based course pages to filter harmful contents;
  • No pop-up windows or clickbait leading to inappropriate content for minors;
  • No commercial information irrelevant to learning;
  • It’s prohibited to use online public welfare courses for commercial interests.  

Per the responsible person of the administrative department, the authorities have zero-tolerance towards illegal acts harming the rights and interests of minors via online courses. The local cyberspace administration bureau and education departments will further strike against illegal platforms and institutions in accordance with the Chinese law.

Up to now, 31 online teaching platforms, 3 learning and teaching applications, and 13 programs have been dealt with in a serious manner according to law.

Internship Visa in China

Internship Visa in China

If you are considering an internship in China, you will need to think what kind of visa you need to have for the internship. Here we listed 4 types of visas for undergraduates and graduates from local Chinese university or abroad universities to do internship in China.

TYPE 1 – For Fresh Graduates From Local University(Shanghai).

On 17th July 2016, According to the new policy from Shanghai Labor Bureau, for the new working visa application, the students are request to provide original 2+ years working reference letter instead of the copy. On 1st May 2016, to attract more foreign talents to work in Shanghai, Shanghai Labor Bureau provides a preferential policy for fresh graduated foreign student, even he/she didn’t have 2 years working experience (the minimum requirement for China working visa before), if they reach following conditions, they can still apply for the working permit and visa here in shanghai directly .

1. Master degree or higher degree (Obtain from the university in Shanghai)

2. Employed by a company registered in Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ) or Zhang Jiang high technology park.

3. Skill certificate suitable for his job But if you have completed your degree and want to start you own company in China, You can legally apply for a 2 years valid S visa to be an entrepreneur and start to work or intern. The premise is you will need your degree certificate as well as a business plan or company registration verification.

Steps and documents needed

·   Original passport and visa

·   Temporary residence registration, original and copy version.


·   1 piece of 2*2 photo

·   The health check provided by the Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.

·   Personal application or the company application.

·   Business plan, Original& Copy (No need for those who come as investor)

·   Company business license, Organization Code certification, Enterprise Approval  Certification, original and copy.

TYPE 2- Students Who are Holding X1 Visa.

This option is valid both for part-time job or internship with payment or internship without payment. But it’s not valid for students with X2 visa. For those students who are studying in China with a X1 Visa, they will be allowed to get paid or unpaid internships in China. You will get a X visa with “Off – campus internship” on your visa page.

Steps and documents needed:

·   Submit an internship application to your university.

·   Get approval and go to the Entry and Exit Office the city’s main Public Security Bureau to update the  residence permit with details of the internship host companies.

·   Once done, the student should then go to the Entry and Exit Office the city’s main Public Security Bureau to update his residence permit with details on the place he will be working or interning at and the period of time that he will be employed for. If you don’t have any university that can supports you with the off campus internship permit, feel free to contact us, we can help you to enroll in the program for X1 visa as well as the work permit.

TYPE 3 – Students Holding Degree from University Abroad

Before there was no visa for the international students who no degree from China to do internship in China, but now the government supports the companies in Shanghai and abroad university with more communication and interaction. The policy allows this kind of students to do internship in the companies registered in Shanghai. Those students can come with any visa to China and change it into the S visa with the permit of ”Internship ”at Port visa agency.  

Steps and documents needed

·   Original Passport and China visa

·   Original and copy of temporary residence permit from the police station.


·   1 piece of 2*2 photo · Documents for your internship (Invitation letter, Internship confirmation. Company business license copy.)

TYPE 4 – French Under “Sino-French 1,000 Interns Exchange Program”

China and France have launched an exchange scheme under which 1,000 young people in China can apply for internships in enterprises in France. Under an agreement reached by the two countries in November, Chinese enterprises will also accept 1,000 French interns for up to six months, according to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security. For those students under this program, they can apply for work permit or “Internship”. The employer needs to apply for the “Alien Employment License” marked “Internship” and provide you the internship invitation letter and internship confirmation letter. You can apply for Z visa and after coming to China , you need to change it into work&residence permit marked “Internship”?. This program is under government, it’s little bit complicated.

Here are the notes

1.  A trilateral agreement must be signed between the enterprise in China, the applicant and the university they are currently studying at – or the Service of Cooperation and Cultural Action – French Institute of China for those who have already graduated.

2.  No salary will be offered to the French intern under the internship program, but a subsidy covering the basic cost of living is required.

3.  Minimum duration of the internship is three months, with a maximum of six months. To participate in the program, French applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria: · Have completed two years of university education in France, or obtained the French or Chinese Tertiary Education Diploma (or equivalent qualification) of less than one year · Have a confirmed offer from a Chinese enterprise

4.  Hold a passport or international travel document with at least 12 months’ validity

5.  Be aged between 18 and 30

6.  Meet the health requirements

7.  Have no criminal record Visa for doing internship in China If you are considering an internship in China, you will need to think what kind of visa you need to have for the internship. Here we listed 4 types of visas for undergraduates and graduates from local Chinese university or abroad universities to do internship in China.

Why teaching in China tops being a tourist

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Teaching abroad and traveling are popular choices among people who have finished university, but aren’t quite ready to enter the working world. Both are valuable experiences that open your eyes to a new culture and way of life, but which is best? When it comes to exploring the Middle Kingdom, teaching English arguably offers more advantages over traveling. Here are some of the main benefits of teaching in China offers over tourism.

Experience More of the Culture

Ancient history, age-old traditions, and cultural superstitions combine to make Chinese culture both rich and complex. Visitors get a mere glimpse of this 5,000-year-old civilization, while those teaching in China have the chance to delve deeper and experience more of this fascinating country.

Living and teaching in China, you will discover fascinating cultural differences and language through everyday tasks such as going to the supermarket, commuting and visiting the bank. Living in a typical apartment in a local neighborhood, you truly will experience how the locals live.

Between life in and outside of work, English teachers in China meet a wide range of people. From your students to your colleagues, to the street food seller you pass on your commute, your daily routine opens you up to interacting with people from all walks of life. Forming friendships, discovering the language and working with locals will help you better understand and appreciate the culture than perhaps possible as a tourist.

Add to Your CV

Though teaching in China is growing in popularity, many remain under the impression it’s simply for those who wish to begin a teaching career, and may instead choose to travel.

Of course, teaching abroad is extremely advantageous for anyone planning to teach in their home country. Though, what many don’t realize is that it is an enriching experience that equips you with skills useful to almost any industry.

International experience is becoming increasingly sought after by employers. Living and teaching abroad not only gives you this but also the ability to adapt to a new culture, way of life and working environment.  When competing against hundreds of applicants with equally impressive credentials, such experience certainly helps you stand out from the crowd.

If you’re still not sure about the teaching, consider the variety of skills you can gain from it. Public speaking, adaptability, problem solving, and time management are just a few skills teachers use that are sought by employers across the board. Furthermore, foreign language skills are highly desired in many industries. The exposure to native speakers, immersive environment and appealing schedule teaching in China provides, make it ideal for language learning.


An Exciting Way of Life

The reality of teaching in China is just as exciting as it sounds. Even mundane tasks like popping to the shop, taking the bus, or commuting are interesting in a foreign culture. You might have traveled across the world to work, but work is only part of the adventure. There’s always something to learn in your new environment and whether you’re in the classroom or exploring, it’s equally enthralling.

This excitement of daily life is augmented by the appreciation English teachers in China receive from their colleagues and students. The respect for teachers and interest in foreigners among general Chinese society means you will be welcomed into your new home and workplace and feel valued. Moreover, English teachers in China have the opportunity to make a real impact on students’ lives. English education is extremely important in China and the exposure to your native accent and culture will help them hugely. This truly rewarding experience helps you give to the community in a way that is simply not possible for tourists.

Get The Best of Both Worlds by Teaching in China

Foreign English teachers are in particularly high demand in China, making it a very appealing destination to teach in. Long-term English teachers in China receive generous salaries in exchange for teaching an appealing schedule. Salary and working hours depend of course on location, but English teachers in China can earn around 5000 – 17,000 RMB per month and teach for 15-30 hours per week. In addition, most schools provide free accommodation close to the campus, giving English teachers in China with a comfortable lifestyle.

Long-term English teachers in China benefit from several national holidays throughout the year. This, combined with generous salaries and minimal expenses easily allows teachers in China to get the best of both worlds; earning while travelling. A 7-day holiday in October, 4-6 weeks in January and various long weekends thro

The Flexibility of Teaching in China

The beauty of teaching in China is the flexibility it offers. If you, like many others, realise towards the end of your contract you haven’t had enough, it’s easy to extend. Your school is likely to offer you a renewed contract, sometimes with a pay rise. Should you decide it’s time to move on, you’ll find that schools across the country are looking for teachers. With some TEFL experience under your belt, you’re sure to find a suitable role.

You may even find teaching in China has whetted your appetite for teaching abroad and a new challenge. Several of our previous teachers have returned to China, while others have embarked on an adventure in a different country. Whatever you choose to do after, you’ll find that teaching in China opens so many doors!

throughout the year means that whether you want a shortstop in Japan or a few weeks in Thailand, you’re sure to get the chance!

Source: https://teach-english-in-china.co.uk