English Teachers Needed in Taiwan

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in Taiwan

CITY: Shi-hu Town
SALARY: You’ll get paid for around NTD 65000

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Our School offers you the FREE accomodation!
Our school is not in a big city of Taiwan, but it’s convenient and not far to get to shops, swimming pool, supermarkets,hair salon, clinic or even the hospital.
It takes around 40 minutes to take a bus to Taichung City which has a high-speed railway to the main cities in Taiwan.
Taiwan is not really big, but it’s easy to have a new/special living experience.

REQUIREMENTS:
bachelor’s degree or a TESOL

CONTACT INFORMATION:
[email protected]

Teach English in Taiwan (General Information)


If you are thinking about teaching English in a country with a rich culture and outstanding natural beauty, then consider working as an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher in Taiwan. There are abundant teaching opportunities with the thousands of English schools in the region. Potential teachers are likely to land a job in no time upon arrival in Taiwan. Large numbers of teaching jobs are available in private and public schools as well as “cram school” type language centers. …  Read More

Teach English in Taiwan (Cost of Living)


Teaching English in Taiwan can be a great experience, and the cost of living is quite low. With an average monthly teacher’s salary of NT$62,352 (US$2000), you can easily save up to a thousand dollars per month. Hourly wages are typically around NT$500-700 (US$15-21). …  Read More

Teach English in Taiwan (Visa Requirements)


Legally, you need to have a resident visa permitting you to look for and accept jobs in Taiwan. So, it is advisable to look for work before entering the country. This will save you considerable time and hassle because your school will handle all of your paperwork and you will not have to leave the country again to get your visa status renewed. …  Read More

Interviews with English Teachers in Taiwan


Interview with Taiwan English Teacher, Tina Wu

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