Teach English in Foshan

What we offer

  • Salary starting from 9000 up to 18,000 RMB (depends on your qualification, nationality, education, skills, experience, level of English, etc.)
  • Free accommodation
  • Flight ticket reimbursement
  • Visa assistance
  • Salary increase after 1 year contract
  • At least 50% reimbursement of your costs for COVID-19 tests when coming to China
  • $450 USD contract completion bonus
  • Referral bonuses per person (if a new teacher is hired through your recommendation)
  • Pre-job training, Well-equipped classrooms, All necessary teaching materials, 24/7 phone support during your stay in China

Requirements

English language fluency in speaking, reading, and writing

Energetic, outgoing, and passionate

Enjoy teaching and sharing your knowledge with others

No TEFL/TESOL or Bachelor's degree required!

More about our program

Our Hiring Process: Interview with a recruiter > Self-introduction video > Offer > Contract > Flight tickets > Visa documents > Teaching in China

Average teaching hours per week: 20-25 teaching hours & 15 office time hours

What is the job type? Kindergarten education, training centers and language schools (3-12 years old kids)

Average cost of living per month: $400-700 USD (2800 - 4900 RMB) depending on your lifestyle, accommodation is free

Start-up Cost: Flight ticket + money for the first month of living in China until you get the first salary (~$400 USD)

Flight Reimbursement: Flight ticket reimbursement after 6 months (the amount should not exceed 3000 RMB)

Accommodation

Rent is usually between $100 and $270, but English teaching jobs in Foshan provide teachers with free apartments or offer an allowance to cover up to 100% of it. This saves you extra money for entertainment and travel.

Since finding an apartment in Foshan can be tricky if you don’t speak the local language, a Chinese estate agent will contact you to help through the entire process.

  • Photos and details about available apartments will be sent to you.
  • All variants are Western style, cozy, with all the necessary furniture and equipment, so you won’t have to buy anything.
  • We pre-select the safest Foshan neighborhoods close to the school so that you wouldn’t have to spend too much time in traffic.
  • Bills are usually on you – in Foshan utilities cost around $55 – $57 per month.

Apply Now to Teach English in Foshan

If you like Foshan, fill out the application form below and our recruiters will find you a great job in the city.

What is it like to live in Foshan?

Located the Pearl River Delta area, this exciting Guangdong city has everything to seduce a foreigner: exotic nature, futuristic cityscapes, ancient temples and a developing economy with lots of jobs.

The decision to work in Foshan as an English teacher is a wise one, because you can benefit from the dynamic life of the capital of the province, Guangzhou, which is 50 minutes away (20 by bullet train), living in Foshan as a foreigner, in a more peaceful and quiet place, with the possibility to save extra cash.

There are enough institutions in the city: around 100 public schools and colleges, plus over 40 ESL centers. Dozens of vacancies are usually available, especially in summer and in January, before the spring semester starts.

Foshan, China

What Makes Foshan Unique?

  • Population: 8 million
  • Language: Mandarin + Cantonese
  • Public transport: close to an international airport, railway and bus stations (4), subway, buses, and taxis
  • Climate: tropical

The magnificent Foshan city is certainly among the best-known ones. It’s constantly developing now and keeps attracting tourists thanks to its shopping possibilities, infrastructure, beautiful parks, and amazing temples

Foshan teaching jobs
Foshan Zu Miao

Discover why coming to work here would be a good idea:

Lots to see!

If you happen to be a Bruce Lee fan, don’t miss the chance to visit his house and the ancestral hall.

It’s exactly in Foshan, China’s largest Kung Fu center of the epoch, that he learned his art! Ancient architecture like the Ancestor’s temple and Xishan is unique here and absolutely worth a visit.

Foshan, China’s largest Kung Fu center of the epoch

Who cares about winter!

Have you ever dreamed of living somewhere with no snow or frost, where people never wear scarfs and sweaters? That’s here!

Even though the heat does get a little heavy in June because it’s both the hottest month of the year and the one with the most rainfall, but overall, the Foshan weather is pretty enjoyable.

Typhoons hit this area quite regularly – two or three times a year – but it’s nothing to worry about as long as you follow the rules and don’t put your life at risk.

Traveling

First of all, there is Guangzhou, the third largest city in the country and a tourist center. It’s easy to fly to far away cities from the local airport.

The train fare is ridiculously low – only $1.35 for a ride. As Foshan teaching jobs offer you over 3 weeks of paid annual leave, taking a trip to Macao, Hong Kong or Taiwan, visit Shenzhen or go as far as Shanghai for $97 to spend a tremendous weekend there.

Foshan night city view

Cheap and delicious

Like everything else, food in Foshan is both affordable and ravishing!

Local food is of Yue cooking, which is based on deep frying and baking, the taste of dishes is refreshing, crispy and light. Yuntun noodles, goose palms with orange peels, stewed for 5 hours, the Shiwan dried fish and sliced frogs are among the most recommendable ones!

Some dishes come from Foshan districts, like Nanhai or Shunde and it’s advisable to try them at local restaurants.

When you become a part of the Foshan expat community, chances are, you’ll be also buying street food and snacks like Shuang Pi Nai (milk with egg white and sugar dessert) and the Manggong cake with peanuts and pork. These are great before lunch or when you feel hungry during the day.

Wonton Noodle Soup

Not expensive at all!

The truth about teaching English in China is that your salary doesn’t look impressive at first, but then you understand, that with $1,500 you can afford almost anything.

The cost of living in Foshan is low even compared to other cities: it’s 217% cheaper than in the capital! You can buy a monthly bus pass for $28, a package of cigarettes is $1.81, and a pint of local beer is $2.38. You can live very well with $290 – $450 per month.

As Foshan English teaching jobs pay at least 3 times the amount needed, you can easily put by some money for the future or plan weekend activities and get away regularly.

Eating out is also very affordable: a Chinese dinner costs $9, but if you opt for a Western restaurant, be prepared for $50+ on your check.

Foshan ancient temple
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