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.
You may take our FREE TEFL lessons now.
Candidates need to have a bachelor degree of any subject.
1. Desire to work abroad and enjoy teaching English in China.
2. Capital preparation for coming.
3. Documents collection for work visa application.
4. Close connection with Echo Education and the School.
Now’s a time to remember the good times. China will get through this and students will grow to become well-rounded adults, we still want you to be a part of their future.
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