• China
    • Zhengzhou
    • Xian
    • Tianjin
    • Shijiazhuang
    • Shenzhen
    • Shanghai
    • Qingdao
    • Ningbo
    • Nanjing
    • Hangzhou
    • Hainan
    • Guangzhou
    • Chengdu
    • Beijing
Classroom Audience
Early Childhood

Program Details

Classroom Audience
Early Childhood
Nov 21, 2019
Oct 07, 2016
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About Program

Have you recently graduated or in the middle of a career change? ICN Teach and Travel is looking for dynamic and passionate individuals to teach English in China with one of our leading clients. You don’t need experience as a teacher, but you must possess a passion and willingness to experience life beyond the corporate rat race.

Becoming a teacher is one the most fulfilling careers out there, you directly influence and change lives forever. Teachers also have the best Work-Life Balance. Say bye bye to nine to five.

There is nothing more life changing then to travel and teach. Teaching and traveling will give you the opportunity to experience a new culture. You will meet others who are open-minded and share similar interests, as well as those who seek adventure. No other job will pay you to travel; we work with hundreds of schools all over China who want you.

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Teach & Travel Beijing

This was my first time leaving the country from Texas. I was so surprised by how helpful ICN was when walking me through the whole process. They helped me with the passport and visa. Not only that but they got me a job! When I arrived in China there was a definite difference in the environment from culture to food. I was shocked but loved it. I taught for 3 years with ICN Teach and Travel. I spent my first year in Beijing but then after the first year I wanted a different scenery. Beijing was cool at first, all the touristic and ancient things to see such as the Great Wall of China. After the first year though that stuff gets old, literally lol. Shanghai is more my style since it was more international and modern. I felt like it had a lot of Europeans which I vibe well with. I like both places though for different reasons, some people definitely like Beijing more for their cultural hub feeling.

What would you improve about this program?
Pay for the flight instead of reimbursement.
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Questions & Answers

According to their site, most partner schools prefer to hire native speakers, but if you speak fluently without an accent, then you can still apply! Hope that helps!