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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!
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)
If you want the truth about teaching English in China, you should remember that the cost of living here is very low, while foreigners’ wages are quite high. But life wouldn’t be as easy here if you had to pay your rent – $415 at least, plus bills (around $32 monthly).
Luckily, you don’t have to, as all teaching jobs for foreigners in Nanjing provide you either with a free apartment or a monthly allowance.
Do you have what it takes? We surely have some great job offers for you, just apply below and we will contact you within next 24-48 hours.
The Nanjing city, situated 300 km away from Shanghai, is the capital of the Jiangsu region. It’s 2,500 years old and has some extraordinary architecture, beautiful sceneries and great job opportunities for foreigners, especially, if those, who are interested in English teaching.
In Nanjing, international school jobs are numerous, varied and well-remunerated. In spite of its ‘humble’ size and population, there are over 130 primary and middle schools and 90+ language courses, where they regularly need talented and enthusiastic educators from abroad.
Although according to recent changes, it is no longer legal to start teaching English in China without a degree, you don’t need to study teaching or ESL at the university. In fact, your field can be as far from language learning, as you like.
The formal requirement is that you have to possess a Bachelor’s diploma. Apart from this, there are no restrictions whatsoever: you can come to teach English in China with no experience or even no TEFL certificate and just get it on site at the expense of the school (some institutions do allow this).
All in all, it’s fairly easy to select decent Nanjing English teaching jobs, as there are lots of renowned training centers and international courses.
Nanjing, situated on the Yangtze River, is a megalopolis with a rich history and great modernity. Not many people remember nowadays that it used to be the capital for 6 dynasties.
Living in Nanjing as a foreigner, you can spend your evenings in downtown cafés and restaurants, walking down historic streets and exploring the compact city center.
When you stay in Nanjing, China may be seen from a different perspective, you can learn something about its history, visit the Ming Tombs or the Mausoleum, touch the stone at the Confucius Temple or escape to the Purple Mountain to breathe some fresh air.
Of course, why shouldn’t it be?
There are occasional petty crimes like thefts and other unpleasant situations, but many foreigners, teaching English in Nanjing for a few years in a row, say they never experienced any problems.
If you pay attention, don’t leave your bag unattended or provoke anyone, you will be totally safe.
When you finish with sightseeing and visiting ancient temples, you can go to the traditional Arts Group performance.
Xinjiekou and Nanjing 1912 are good options for you, if you want to explore more Nanjing districts, have a beer and make friends with locals.
Locals enjoy eating at any time of the day. After a few weeks living in Nanjing, you’ll know, that most smells in the central streets, apartment blocks and offices are from delicious Tangbao steamed dumplings, popular duck blood soup with tofu and Pidu noodles.
The great news is that portions are big, and spending $5 on soup you can easily share it with a friend – at the end, both of you will be full.
One of the iconic snacks here is sesame pancakes, sold at $0,2 per piece. It’s both tasty and nutritious.
The Nanjing climate is quite rainy and humid (117 rainy days per year). However, there are many sunny days; summers are very hot, autumns are more moderate and pleasant.
There is occasional snow in winter, mostly in January, but not much.
Cost of living here is low (a lunch costs $7, monthly bus/subway ticket is $22, and beer is $4), so jobs for foreigners in Nanjing, even with average wages, will let you eat out often, go shopping and travel on weekends. Consider visiting Shanghai, Suzhou or abroad.