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！
TEFL is an abbreviation for Teaching English as a Foreign Language, to teach English in a country where English is not the first language.
TESOL, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, encompasses both TEFL and TESL and can mean either one or both.
Four conditions: (1) You need to be a native English speaker. If you're not, you need have native-like English Proficiency and educated at a university in native English speaking country like UK/USA/Canada/Australia/Ireland etc. (2) You need have a bachelor degree (for a few cases college degree is acceptable however it needs confirmation from our professional HR in advance). (3) You need pass through the criminal record check to get the work permit (4) You need work and live independently in a foreign country with different culture for a year or longer. Professional service and support is available from Echo Education to get you through all of the complicated procedures from the first contact to the possible culture shock after your arrival.
The recruiter and an appointed person in the company. In most cases, the school assigns a person as well.
We will consider this situation as an issue and do any necessary mediation.
Yes, we have orientation sessions for 3-5 days. And we will help you with Sim card and bank card, you will stay in a hotel near to the company, and we pay the hotel expense.
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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