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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)
Although rent is quite cheap in China and is between $220 and $360 per month in Ningbo, free housing is always good news, right?
Almost all schools offer it or pay a monthly allowance to foreigners who work in Ningbo as an English teacher.
This lets you save a few hundred on fun and traveling. However, you’ll still have to pay $43 – $55 for electricity and heating.
How does it work?
Does Ningbo look like your kind of place? We are waiting for your application! Get it in now and we will find a position to teach English in Ningbo for you.
Ningbo, China’s popular seaside resort, located close to the mountains, is not only a great place to go for vacation.
Despite its small size, this Zhejiang city has lots to offer to newcomers.
Ningbo jobs for foreigners include numerous ESL offers, so if you are interested in a teaching career, coming here could be a wise move, that would boost your resume and let you acquire more international experience.
There are around 100 different institutions including public schools, preschool establishments, colleges, and training courses.
There are Ningbo English teaching jobs for different levels of qualification, so no matter how experienced you are, we’ll find something for you!
The Ningbo city is among the most popular destinations for English teachers. Why is it so?
Being a famous resort and a historical city with secular traditions fused with modernity and technology, this place can’t be underestimated.
Thanks to its geographical situation, living here you won’t have to survive cold winters and snowfalls.
The Ningbo climate is quite hot and humid: in January the temperature doesn’t go below 1 C (34 F), however, in summer it often surpasses 30 C (86 F).
That’s why they never turn the air conditioning off during July and August.
Plus, warm seasons tend to get the most of the year’s rainfall, so don’t walk out without your umbrella!
Compared to some huge Chinese cities, Ningbo seems to be rather small.
This means, that most of the services and goods are very cheap here. In fact, teaching in Ningbo you can live very well with $350 or $450 per month excluding rent.
The bus pass is $13, a bottle of mineral water costs $0.59 and you can get a three-course meal for $10 at a mid-range restaurant. At cheap local restaurants, you can have lunch for as little as $2.98.
With a ridiculous cost of living in Ningbo and the salary, you will get, you can easily find all Western facilities and comfort you need. Nothing is too expensive for you here!
Travel on weekends
Living in Ningbo as a foreigner you will put by a considerable amount of your wages, which will make regular trips possible. Don’t forget, that Shanghai is only 3 hours away by ordinary train.
You can also explore Zhoushan, go to Hangzhou, Suzhou or plan a vacation in Japan!
If you ever get tired of the Ningbo weather or wish to escape for a few days, book a flight to Dalian for a change!
We all know the main reasons why so many people want to teach English abroad: it’s the cheapest way to discover a new culture, get to learn the language... and eat authentic local food!
In Ningbo, you won’t starve, because everything is so delicious and not as adventurous as you might imagine. Here are a few highly recommended dishes: steamed buns with fresh meat, the Xikou cake with 27 layers and dried bamboo!
Even though many members of the Ningbo expat community still go to Western restaurants from time to time, it’s impossible not to fall in love with the local cuisine with its fresh and fragrant taste, a moderate saltiness, beautiful colors, and crispness.
Although it’s perfectly okay not to speak any Mandarin upon arrival and you can survive with the knowledge of a few basic words, many teaching English in Ningbo benefit from the free Chinese classes and study the language.
In “smaller” cities like this one, it’s very useful, because most people don’t understand any English, so in case you want to ask something in the street, you got to speak at least some Mandarin.
Don’t be afraid, the spoken language is very easy!
The Land between Sky and Sea right in the middle of the 3rd longest sea bridge, Nanxi Hot Spring baths and the Tianyi pavilion are just a few of the local tourist spots.
The city itself is full of historical buildings and even the rests of prehistoric Hemudu villages.
If you pick one of the teaching jobs in Ningbo, you won’t have to spend weekends at home lying of the sofa, because there’ll be so many things to see and to try out there!