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！
The candidate only needs to send us the materials. Echo will handle all the rest.
On receiving the working permit and the invitation letters, the teacher goes to the local (or otherwise specified in the profile form) China embassy or consulate for the z-visa (minimal 125 pound or so). The cost for the z-visa in their country is covered by the teacher him/herself, and the rest is covered by Echo.
Yes. The flight allowance can only be got on the completion of the contract. Echo will email you all the materials needed to get a Z-visa.
No. If you have been educated at a university in a native English speaking country like UK/USA/Canada/Australia/Ireland etc you are eligible to apply. Anytime to speak fluent English is mandatory to teach English in China.
Echo will email you the contract, offer letter (details of the offer as the contract attachment) and the profile form. The candidate sends back the signed contract (by electronic way) and the profile form within 3 days.
Then we start to prepare the working permit and the invitation letters which will take 10 - 11 working days. On receiving the working permit and the invitation letters, the teacher goes to the local (or otherwise specified in the profile form) China embassy or conculate for the z-visa. The cost for the z-visa in their country is covered by the teacher him/herself, and the rest is covered by Echo.
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