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  • 2018-03-28
    One of the biggest mistakes that ESL teachers make when they’re putting together an resumé is to use a standard CV template.  Applying for a job internationally requires more than just your average CV, however.Your CV should highlight relevant skill sets and your experience as a teacher, whether it’s in a professional or voluntary capacity. Interna...
  • 2018-03-28
    Thinking of teaching in China? The ESL industry in China is booming and the demand for qualified English teachers is going up every day. If you’re one of the thousands of ESL teachers who have decided to make the leap to life in the Middle Kingdom, you’re in for an incredible adventure of a lifetime. Here are 12 tips to keep in mind during your first few wee...
  • 2018-03-28
     The locked door of the closed United English Photo: Li Hao/GTUnited English, an English language training company in Beijing, cleared out its two learning centers and disappeared overnight on December 18. Its over 600 students pressed charges against the company, demanding a refund of their tuition along with many foreign teachers who had not been...
  • 2018-03-28
    1. Contracts What sometimes happens:a. You fly into a new country on a one-way ticket and are expecting to find someone waiting for you at the airport to take you to your single apartment for a few days off before starting a trial period with the outgoing teacher. Instead, you’re left standing by baggage claim and have to navigate public transportation ...
  • 2018-03-28
    By Phoebe BlaggThe British Council is recruiting people from the UK now to become English Language Assistants (ELAs) in China next academic year! There are plenty of reasons why you should apply. Former assistant Phoebe Blagg lists her top ten... 1. It’s good for your careerI applied for the ELA programme in China because I wanted to try teaching, to tr...
  • 2018-03-28
    By Chen XimengAccording to the new policy for foreign language teachers, even with a degree from an English-speaking country, non-native speakers can not work as English teachers in Beijing, Shanghai and other pilot areas for the new work permit policy. Photo: ICWhen Noli Castillano Apachicha, 38, a Filipino English teacher in Beijing, heard the new policy t...
  • 2018-03-28
    By SEAN UPTONFirst and foremost, this post does not apply to everyone. There are still many enjoyable opportunities in Mainland China that involve the English language, from both a general teaching and business training standpoint. The work I myself currently do focuses on both the English and Chinese languages, as well as business and cross cultural issues....
  • 2018-03-28
    By BunnavathFirst arriving in Shanghai, I was so confused. The first thing that I need to learn was how to catch the train to Ningbo. It was funny. I was trying to find someone who could speak English for help. Fortunately, a cute-looking girl pursuing her degree with an unknown university appeared on time to help me. Jumping off from one train to anoth...
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