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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)
Perhaps, one of the main advantages of teaching English as a foreign language in China is free accommodation and low cost of living in general.
Both state and international school Zhengzhou jobs provide comfortable apartments for their foreign employees, which can save you extra dollars every month and let you travel or buy more.
Rent in Zhengzhou is extremely cheap – more than 290% lower, than in Shanghai! This means, that you can easily get a luxurious 2 or 3-bedroom place in the city center for as little as $515 per month.
What do you say? If it sounds interesting to you, contact us in the form below and we will get back to you within 24-48 hours, offering a few schools, where you could teach in Zhengzhou.
The capital of Henan province has everything you could wish for: pleasant climate, beautiful downtown, ancient monuments, and green spaces. In fact, it used to be the center of Kung Fu arts, so if you are interested in this part of Chinese culture, Zhengzhou might be the right place for you!
It’s easy to find well-paid positions for experienced teachers and first jobs for students in Zhengzhou, Henan, as the number of schools – both international and public – keeps increasing, thanks to the economic development of the region.
Currently, there are 65 training centers and over 220 public education institutions, where qualified mentors of all subjects are needed, especially those, who teach the English language.
The demand for it has grown lately, due to the development of the city and the role of international investors: about 70% of iPhones are manufactured in the Zhengzhou city!
This is why speaking English is a major factor for promotion and career possibilities, so many young adults want to learn the language and make their kids do so.
Many people abroad wonder where to teach English in China, while the answer is simple – Zhengzhou is the place!
Those, who get work in Zhengzhou as an English teacher never complain, and it’s not only about the low cost of food and rent – it’s the comfort provided, the attitude and the atmosphere.
This city is one of a kind: big enough to offer you all kinds of after work entertainment, full of sightseeing spots, relatively green and clean.
You see, the truth about teaching English in China is that you can afford a lot with relatively little money: although, your pay is not always extraordinary (unless you are a certified and experienced professional), it’s easy to get a comfortable life with lots of entertainment and trips if you teach at a school in Zhengzhou.
Plus, you’ll put some money by for the future. Normally, you’ll need around $400 or $500 per month, including cheap rent, but since teachers don’t pay for housing, you can live in a luxurious place for nothing at all.
With foreigners’ salaries, saving up to $1000 per month is the norm. Thrifty ones manage to save more by eating out less, but there is no need to do that unless you have some important plans after you finish teaching in Zhengzhou.
As hearing English is rare anywhere outside Beijing and Shanghai, living here you get the chance to learn Mandarin (as you get free classes at the school) and practice it in your daily life.
If you don’t feel like studying, don’t worry, as most menus are dubbed in English and you can always use your smartphone to translate from and into Chinese.
Visit the Shaolin temple (1 hour away from the city center) to discover the history of Kung Fu and the practices of Chinese monks of the past. This martial art is 1,500 years old, and you can still see young boys training inside the temple.
Zen Buddhism and Kung Fu are two major traditions, so coming here is a unique chance to learn more about them. In fact, if you dream of learning to defend yourself in the Chinese style, you are welcome to any of the specialized schools, while you are living in Zhengzhou.
If this city is to be your first Chinese destination, eating out and trying local specialties is a must!
The Kaifeng carp with fried noodles, the Luoyang water banquet soup, and Almond tea soup are among the most famous dishes of the Henan cuisine.
Local style dishes are not very ‘exotic’ to Western taste, so Zhengzhou expats usually eat lots of those. Plus, they are truly delicious, fairly cheap ($7 for 3-course dinner) and copious!
Most of the Great Ancient Capitals are located nearby, which is great for weekend trips while you are teaching English in Zhengzhou.
In fact, the seventh one, Beijing, is only 8 hours away (or 2-3 hours by bullet train), so you can get there overnight, for $13 (or $45).
The Zhengzhou climate is one of the reasons, why many foreigners come here: although summers are hot and humid, as everywhere in the South and Central China, the weather is usually very pleasant and you won’t experience any harsh winters.
There is not much precipitation in winter, which makes it tolerable. 220 days per year are frost free.
Along with numerous tourist attractions, there are plenty of bars and restaurants to visit in the evening. Most of the best ones are situated on the Nongke and Weiyi roads.
There is the Century Amusement park for you, as well as the famous Henan Opera and Zhengzhou Opera, where you can enjoy the performance and meet some other employees hired for ESL jobs in Zhengzhou, sharing your passion.
Plus, don’t forget about annual festivals in the city, like the Kung Fu festival in September, the May Rose festival, not to mention the traditional New Year festivities.