Your Guide to Teach in China
Licensed and ESL educators, thinking about teaching English in China? Your timing couldn’t be better! With around 300 million English language students, China is, without a doubt, a job-seeking teacher’s market. Estimates show that China is currently experiencing a shortfall of around 100,000 English teachers and this figure set to increase over the coming years as the country’s enthusiasm for learning English continues unabated.
Things need to know before moving to teach in China
With the right amount of planning and preparation, teaching abroad in China can really be a life-changing experience. So, here is what you need to know before you go!
Can I teach in China without a degree?
Do I need to speak Mandarin to teach English in China?
Teach Adult in China
Teach Kids in China
Teach in a University
Salary & Cost
School Programs in China
Teach in a Public School in China
Teach in a Training Center in China
Teach in an International school in China
From the job searching in China and applying for the right visa to avoiding cultural misunderstandings, Panda Recruiting walks you through all the steps to move to China and make it home.
City Guide: Where to Teach in China?
How the cities are catarized in China?
Teach English in a Tier 1 city in China
Teach in Beijing
Teach in Shanghai
Teach in Shenzhen
Teach in Guangzhou
Teach in Hangzhou
Teach in Suzhou
Teach in Foshan
Teach in Chongqing
Teach in Chengdu
Important Things to Know before Your Job Searching
How to find the highest paid Job in China
The Best Cities to Teach in China
Teach in China Scams and How to Avoid Them?
Benefits of Teaching in China
Apps and Websites used in China