Application Process

The application process of going over to start Teaching English in China from your first skype interview to arriving at the school.

Standing on the frozen Songhua river in Harbin

Big city, big company, big dreams. Living and working at EF Chengdu.

I found myself in a situation where a lot of people find themselves. In the early summer of 2017 and I had just graduated. I was feeling very proud of myself, let out a sigh of relief then asked myself, “So now what?”.  Whilst looking for jobs I saw a job ad for teaching English in China and I thought I’d at least apply. Within a week of applying I had completed the interview process and received my job offer from English First (EF). I was going to live in China. Prior to starting my job, I had absolutely no…

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The new Chinese Visa requirements of Autumn 2016 and how they affect you

Calling all teachers from any nation currently applying for their visa to Teach English in China. As of August 2016 the Chinese authorities have altered the system of the invitation letters. A crucial requirement of being successfully issued a working Chinese Z visa. If you are applying for a Chinese visa this summer you could get your application rejected and returned to you for a seemingly unknown reason due to these recent changes. This is a quick article to explain what has changed and how to handle it. The issue lies with the location of the embassy or consulate that…

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Travel the world, Earn good money, Learn mandarin. Teach English in China!

Travel The World, Earn Good Money, Learn Chinese. Teach English in China Now!

Teach English in China Yourself!  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!  Interested in Teaching English in China? Apply now. Why TEFL (Teach English as a Foreign Language) in China   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…

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