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Why Should I Go Work in China?
China has been attracting the world to her 5,000-year-history and civilization. China has 52 noteworthy sites inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, among which are the must-visit Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Terracotta Warriors.
It is a great country for art lovers with Chinese calligraphy, Peking Opera, Chinese paper cutting. There are numerous fantastic food and drink to discover as well.
China is now the second largest and one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The international education industry in China, like its economy, is rapidly taking o_.
I Need to Know…
• What kind of commitment do I have to make?
Our teaching positions require a minimum working period of one academic year. In most cases, we provide a three-year contract.
• How do I apply for a Visa to China?
We will apply for a Working Visa on behalf of you. We need you to provide: a copy of your Bachelor’s Degree, Background Check, Certificate of Employment (at least 2 years of work experience), Professional Qualification Certificates (by AMS, AMI, TESL), and Medical Check.
• How is the air quality in China?
The air quality has tremendously improved. It was measured that on average, 338 cities in China enjoyed clean air on 78% of the days in the year 2017. In addition to that, all of our schools are equipped with central air filtration system to guarantee a health-friendly working environment.
• Do I have to learn Chinese?
You can communicate in English in many occasions in China. English is the official working language in our campuses.
• Can my family come to China with me?
We will help your family members apply for Visa (type Z). And your child (aged 2-12) will have an option to be enrolled in one of our international schools too.
You may choose from the cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Qingdao, and Tianjin. We can provide rotation opportunities. You will be eligible to apply for rotation to other cites after working for one academic year. It’s a good opportunity to experience different cultures.
Accommodation and Living Standards
Accommodation: We provide housing allowance based on the rental market in di_erent cities (subject to changes).
Expats in China are paid second highest in Asia just after Japan. In comparison, the rent level in Beijing is only 1/7 of that in New York, and a meal only cost 1/5 compared with the US. The saving potential for expats in China is much higher.
Benefits: Housing allowance, reimbursement of air tickets after working for one year, international health insurance, child enrollment in our schools, opportunities for getting AMS training, paid summer holiday, Chinese New Year holiday, and Christmas holiday (14-week holiday in total).