Educate. Experience. Explore.
Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve -me and I'll understand.”
Teach and explore China with our Teaching Program. We offer college graduates, and other adventurous professionals, the opportunity to teach English and enrich students lives in Hunan Province, the most beautiful province in the central south of China.
Placements are made based on the preferential level of your choice, teaching experience, academic background, work experience, and teaching vacancies. If you just graduated from university, no problem! Your schooling experience will be enough. Remember that these schools and students are excited to have you!
We have more than 400 institutions that host Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) instructors for Chinese students.
If you and your friends would like to join the program at the same time, we are able to place your in the same school!
The standard workload consists of 15-20 teaching-hours per week, with 45 minutes in-class teaching per work hour.
The remaining time is devoted to class preparation, assessment, student excursions, extra-curricular activities, faculty training and meetings.
This program is open to candidates with or without teaching qualifications or experience, who meet the following requirements:
- Native English speakers (UK, USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, etc.)
- Bachelor's degree holder
- Age 20+
- No criminal record
- Creative mind
- People person
- Not afraid to step out of his/her comfort zone
Besides being able to visit Beijing and the Great Wall, Shanghai, Guilin and Yangshuo, Chengdu, etc. You will be able to visit places in your own neck of the woods that many people have never even heard exist!
Hunan Province is full of contrasts representing both ancient exotic China and the country's new modern role as an economic superpower.
The province has numerous natural, historic and cultural sites including the beautiful natural wonders of Zhangjiajie, one of China's sacred peaks in Nanyue Mountains and for those interested in politics Shaoshan, the birthplace of Chairman Mao ZeDong.
On the other hand, modern Hunan has her own reputation in Changsha, arguably, the entertainment capital of China. The city burst at the seams with international five-star hotels, thriving night-life, glitzy restaurants and multilevel shopping malls.