Teach English in China

Our parent company Noon Elite Recruitment provide the best teaching jobs all over China. Interested in Teaching English in China yourself? Adventure, travel and learn. If that sounds good, apply here now! 

 

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Finished Uni and know you wanna make the most of your life but not sure how? Or how about being stuck in a predictable job and thinking there’s more to life than this? Teaching English in China takes the adventure of a Gap year and the security of a decent wage, combined with the chance to become bilingual in the most spoken language in the entire world.

Chinese Junior classroom

China’s vast population is keen to integrate its-self with the Western world. One key requirement to this is to learn to speak English, the international language of the world. What better way to learn the language than to learn from those who speak it as a mother tongue. It is for this reason that schools all over China are keen to recruit and employ friendly, energetic and passionate teachers to talk about Western culture and create a classroom environment immersive in English.

Birthday party for a TEFL teacher China style!
Birthday party China style!

Perks of the job

Travelling in China sunset beach ChinaTEFLer
Sunset on a paradise beach in South East Asia

Travel

China has a rich culture and a  history dating back thousands of years. The great wall of China, terracotta army, Karst scenery of Guilin and stunning mountains of Yunnan are but a small selection of the amazing sights to see. By living and working in China you have ample opportunities to travel both inside and outside of China. You can take a weekend break to Xian or go on a week long holiday to Thailand. By basing yourself on the other side of the world a whole wealth of dream destinations suddenly become a lot more accessible.

Picture of Angkor Watt as the sun rises. Cambodia.
Angkor Watt, Cambodia. Snap taken whilst on a Chinese vacation to Cambodia.

Chinese menu in South West China

Learn Mandarin

Mandarin is the most spoken language in the world with just under 1.2 billion people speaking it around the globe, by comparison English has 0.335 billion( source: ethnologue 2014).  By living and immersing yourself in the Chinese language many previous TEFL teachers have quickly become conversational or better in this culturally diverse and fascinating language. Learning Chinese is great CV material and opens up a world of opportunities for increased independence in China and a more internationalized outlook on world affairs.

TEFL teachers on a trip with some Chinese friends to climb Emei Shan, China.

Interested? Do it! 

Our parent company Noon Elite Recruitment provide the best teaching jobs all over China. Interested in Teaching English in China yourself? Adventure, travel and learn. If that sounds good, apply here now! 

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