English Teaching at Shanghai

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in China

CITY: Shanghai
START DATE: ASAP

WORKING CONDITIONS:

· Extensive Training

· Relocation Allowance paid upon arrival

· Housing Assistance

· Paid Holidays

· Company Paid Insurance

· Assistance in all legal paperwork required to work in Shanghai

· Best children’s teaching facilities in Shanghai

· Airport pickup

· Great Support Staff

REQUIREMENTS:

· Native English Speaker as recognized by Shanghai Educational Bureau

· Bachelors Degree

· 2 years related teaching experience

· Clean Criminal record

· Highly motivated to teach young learners 3-18 years of age

· Passionate about teaching

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Longman Schools
Contact Email: [email protected]

Teach English in China (General Information)


China is a fantastic clash of modernity and tradition. Endless modern glass skyscrapers line the streets, while a few steps away you can find fishmongers gutting fish in the streets. With hundreds of new English schools popping up around the country, China currently offers the most abundant opportunities for English teachers around the world. …  Read More

Teach English in China (Cost of Living)


Teaching English in China can be a fantastic experience, even for those who are traveling to teach for the first time. The cost of living in China is inexpensive. Monthly salaries of teachers in China vary, depending on experience, teaching hours and employer size, etc. Most jobs expect about 15-25 teaching hours per week. Additional time spent for preparation of materials and lesson-planning does not count as teaching hours. …  Read More

Teach English in China (Visa Requirements)


For a teacher to legally teach in China, you need a “Z” visa (for contracts of a year or more) or an “F” visa (for contracts of less than 6 months), and a Residence Permit.

The first thing that you should do is find an employer. They are responsible for obtaining a Foreign Experts Invitation Confirmation from the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs on your behalf.. This certificate is necessary to prove that the foreign teacher coming to China is in the field of work for which he/she is applying. Once approved, your employer sends the certificate (original copy) to the foreign teacher. Then, the foreign teacher is required to visit the nearest Chinese embassy and present the certification and the invitation letter (from host school) to obtain  “Z” visa. …  Read More

Interviews with English Teachers in China


Interview with Kelly Sandor, teaching English in China
Interview with Roger Jones, teaching English in China
Interview with Gordie Rogers, teaching English in China