Experience the low cost of living and benefit from the culture that goes back years；
You will enjoy an excellent work-life balance while teaching overseas；
Young Graduates, this is the perfect opportunity for you！
If you are looking for a job to teach English abroad, China will be a great choice. Chinese culture is unique and fascinating; it will be a great experience to work in China. Owing to the rapid economic development, the demand for English learning in China has growing dominantly in recent years. This provides a great opportunity for English speakers to easily find competitive teaching jobs in China. Please click the "Apply Now" button to connect to our HR department for further information and work opportunities.
A passport holder from: the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Australia or South African. (due to visa regulations).
Graduate (of any subject) with a bachelor degree.
Clean background check.
Have a TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/TESL certification .
You need to have a teaching credentials (TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/ PGCE, etc.).
Candidates graduated from major in education do not need teaching credentials.
Reference letters issued by the previous employers in China and overseas, which covers recent 2 years teaching experiences could instead of teaching certificate.
Candidates need to have a bachelor degree of any subject.
If you are looking a job to teach English abroad, China is a great option. Chinese culture is really different to experience in one's life. The demand to learn English is unimaginable huge when China is growing fast on economy and more frequently interacting with the world outside. This creates a huge opportunity for English speakers to easily find a teaching job in China with competitive offers. Please click the "Apply Now" button to connect to our HR to know about what you need to do to get the opportunities.
Why would I want to teach in China? China has a constant presence in the news, with the good, bad, and sometimes even strange. The country is a major and growing power and changing the world today. At home or abroad, what happens in China will affect our
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1. It will fund your travels One of the most rewarding things about teaching abroad is the pay! It's way above the average local salary in most countries as foreign English teachers are in high demand right now. This means that you are able to save quite
Dear teachers, We are off from Dec.30th to Jan.1st. Hope you all enjoy your wonderful holiday! Happy New Year!
Chinese work visa, or Z visa, is issued to foreigners who are going to China for a paid job offer or to undertake commercial entertainment performances in China. How long is the duration of stay of Chinese Z visa? This Z visa itself only allows a stay dur
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In China, Mandarin Chinese is spoken. This is one of the world’s most widely-spoken languages due mainly to China’s vast population, and as a tonal language it’s vastly different to spoken and written English. Find out all about teaching English in China
Imagine swapping the grey monotony outside your window for an amazing adventure of teaching English abroad in fascinating countries whilst making heaps of new friends along the way. Read our step-by-step guide on how to teach English abroad and get that p
Requirements for Teaching Overseas Teachers who are looking for a change of pace, or just feel like they are getting into a dull routine, might want to consider teaching overseas. Many teachers wonder if they are qualified because they may never hav
Hey guys, how was your Halloween? Hordes of people enjoyed the festival with well-designed costumes that night, and many wonderful and significant photos were posted soon after it. Foreign teachers from Echo also have invovled themselves in activiti
Gaiety. Harmony. Serenity. These are three words that come to mind when I reflect on the Echo-sponsored trip to Fuyang last Saturday. It was a day full of mirth and laughter - from sharing stories and talent on the bus in the morning, to carefree da
Dear teachers, check this out and let us know no later than Wednesday (Oct.17th) if you are interested ^_^
Who won the best teacher of September? JEN from Rainbow Campus。congratulations！ Jen said:"My teaching style is very active and energetic. I engage the kids through games and classroom activities. I want my class to feel less like school and more lik
Teachers in Zhangjiagang foreign language school About：Zhangjiagang foreign language school Zhangjiagang foreign language school was founded in 1997. The school has developed from 2 classes and 80 students in the initial stage to 4 departments, 90 teachin
Let's extend a warm welcome to all new teachers joining us for the upcoming school year! Whether you are new to China or new to teaching, Echoers are happy to support all of our teachers in both teaching and living. Hope you have a great experience in Chi
End of the school year is fast approaching. So where’s good to go in the summer? Here is our suggestion!
On Wednesday, 2018/4/25, Echo employees and many Echo teachers from different schools, had the pleasure of participating in and observing the ‘Communicate, Share, Grow International Educational Exchange’ conference at Lin’an Elementary School.
Happy weekend everybody! We hope you’re all settling back into the new semester and things are going swimmingly… so this week we want to talk about…. learning Chinese. For some of you we know one of the main reasons you came to China was to learn Mandarin
Tick-tock tick-tock….. time is counting down to the start of school again! “Boohoo" we hear you cry!!! Come on, we know you love it really…. and the start of the new term means we’re welcoming nearly 50 new teachers into the Echo Family.
A new year brings new opportunity, Echo Education held a new year party on 11th Feb, 2018. In this party, the Board Director Shawn and the Academic Director Daniel Bodanske delivered a speech about Echo's mission, vision and accomplishments in 2017. and t
The Head Office in Hangzhou will be closed between February 14th and February 22nd so communications maybe a little slow during this period. Please don’t worry as we will aim to reply to all urgent emails if they are marked “urgent”.
Exciting times here at Echo as we officially kick-off our new year programme with a brand-new subscription channel aiming to bring the Echo community of teachers and staff closer together.
After 1 year's preparation, Echo Longhu campus started to embrace all new students on 23rd, Sep 2017.
All Echo staffs gathered together at Xiaoshan campus on 8th Sep. to celebrate Echo's 10th anniversary.
Echo students had lots of fun with foreign teachers in this summer holiday! Come check it out!
15 au pair students from Cambridge University and Oxford University had a great time in Echo!