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Best Learning (No Degree or Non-Native Speakers)

Location: Most centers are in Beijing, but there are also centers in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hunan, Liaoning, Zhejiang, Anhui and more! 

Requirements: Residents from the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa without a degree OR fluent English speaking Europeans with a degree. You do not need to have a degree to apply, but you should have a 120+ hour TEFL.

(Centers outside of Beijing only take citizens from the US and Canada).

Job Details: The company teaches preschool through 7th grade in small class sizes after school and on the weekends. You’ll work 40 hours/ week but you only teach 10 hours per week! You will need to work on weekends but you get two consistent weekdays off.

Your salary is based on you only teaching 10 class hours per week. The more hours you teach, the more you’ll be paid. If you have to sit there for 40 hours a week, you might as well be teaching and getting paid, right? You can also teach demo classes and get paid for each student who signs up!

Salary:  This is the base salary for those with no experience who only teach 10 class hours a week. Most teachers make more than this. 

  • 9,500 RMB (Bachelor’s degree) + 3,000 RMB housing stipend
  • 10,000 RMB (TEFL with no Bachelor’s) + 3,000 RMB housing stipend
  • 10,500 RMB (TEFL with Bachelor’s) + 3,000 RMB housing stipend

Vacation: Paid national business holidays

Why here? A close friend of mine worked as a head teacher at one of their centers in Beijing. Now he works as an online English teacher for them. I have met many of their teachers from different centers, and everyone agrees: if you don’t meet all the legal requirements to teach English in China, this is a great center. This center is willing to hire people on tourist and business visas but is also very trustworthy. They always pay on time, and actively work to prevent their teachers from getting deported.

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