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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 5000 RMB)
The average cost of local rentals is between 2,000 and 3,000 RMB ($300 – $400) per month, which is not very expensive.
However, the good news is that jobs for foreigners in Qingdao always include either an allowance or provide you with a free apartment.
For many positions the allowance doesn’t exceed 2,000 RMB, so:
Don’t forget about the bills, which is $48 – $57 per month. The school won’t cover these expenses.
Do you like Qingdao? Don’t waste your time – get the application in now and we’ll make sure, you’ll teach English in Qingdao at a reputable school.
This green city located on the Yellow Sea coast is known for its beautiful buildings and the local beer festival. Looking for a big city with all the luxuries of the seaside and high-quality air? Qingdao is the place!
Being quite a populated one, it has a very developed job market, so coming here as a foreigner you will have lots of options.
Qingdao teaching jobs are to be found at 200 + institutions around the city, which include colleges, elementary and middle establishments, high schools, kindergartens, plus 90 ESL training courses.
Applying to international schools is the easiest way to start teaching English as a foreign language in China and offer the best wages.
The Qingdao city, located in the Shandong province, is truly among the most picturesque cities in East China. Its beaches and German architecture make it popular with tourists, while its climate and infrastructure attract foreigners, eager to teach English in China.
Probably, the very first impression you get is about the atmosphere, which is very relaxed here. Although, it’s a relatively big city (not in Chinese terms, of course), the pace of life is slower, than in megalopolises like Guangzhou.
Plus, living in Qingdao, you sometimes feel in Europe, because of all the German buildings in the Old town, and numerous coffee shops, shopping areas and bars.
Lots of fun!
Do you know the most renowned beer brand in China? It’s Tsingtao. Doesn’t it sound familiar?! Coming here might be the decision of your life: you’ll get to enjoy yourself, attend the famous Beer festival aka the Asian Oktoberfest, which is held in summer.
Such events attract thousands of tourists and are a great chance to meet someone from the Qingdao expat community or make friends with someone from abroad and show them the city.
Coastal cities are usually way cleaner and happen to be less polluted, than other places closer to the center of the country.
Air quality index in Qingdao is usually between 42 and 87, which is considered “good”. In January, it may seem slightly polluted on some days, however, it’s nothing compared to bigger cities.
Living here as a foreign employee, you won’t risk wasting your days off by lying on a couch. Thanks to the friendly Qingdao weather, you can spend morning hours at the beach from May to September!
The Zhanqiao Pier and Golden Sandy beach are the ideal spots. When you get tired or tanned enough, take a walk to the Mont Lao or the Zhan Shan temple.
Old German quarters are very picturesque with the local cathedral. Badaguan is also worth a visit!
Good news is that the Qingdao climate is very temperate and not too humid.
Seasons are distinct, but in summer the heat never gets annoying and heavy – average maximum is 28 C (82 F), while in winter it rarely gets colder than -3 C (27 F) in January.
Rainfall is relatively frequent – 12 days in July, autumn and winter are quite windy and dry.
Shandong cuisine is known for its exquisite seafood dishes and delicious soups.
Teaching English in Qingdao, you get the chance to taste a wide variety of cooking styles – typical for the province, like the creamy celery soup or sea cucumbers with shallots, famous Shanghai dishes and international food like meatsticks, you can try at Muslim restaurants in different Qingdao districts!
That’s easy because when you work in Qingdao as an English teacher, you can’t help being amazed at how much you can afford. The cost of living is very low in the region: a monthly bus/subway pass is $11, a meal at a mid-range restaurant is about the same price, plus local beer is cheap - $1 per 0.5 liter!
Another perk about Qingdao is that jobs for foreigners offer you both the time and financial possibilities to travel a lot. You can get to Beijing in about 5 hours with a $50 fare, to Shanghai for $77 or to Seoul for as little as $106!