Paid English Teaching Internship in China

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Intern teaching English in China
Intern teaching English in China
Arrival in Beijing
Arrival in Beijing
Cultural orientation in China
Cultural orientation in China
Teaching English in China
Teaching English in China
English class in China
English class in China


Our English Teaching Internship in China is a great opportunity for anyone with a TEFL certificate to experience this fascinating country without needing to commit to a full year abroad.

Included in your placement is a cultural orientation, free accommodation and 3 meals per day on teaching days. You'll teach 12-24 hours while working no more than 35 hours in a week and still be paid a monthly stipend of $300 to help you cover any additional expenses.

Plus you'll have the opportunity to <strong>learn Mandarin</strong> in weekly lessons!

On top of all of this you'll get our much loved pre-departure support to help you prepare everything from documents to what to pack. And, once you're in China you'll enjoy 24/7 in-country support to give you added peace of mind.

  • No teaching experience required
  • Intern as an English teacher at local schools and earn a $300 monthly stipend
  • Get free accommodation and 3 meals per day on school days
  • Comprehensive cultural orientation included
  • Full pre-departure and 24/7 in-country support included

Upcoming Start Dates for our Paid Teaching Programs in Asia

Thailand: December 30th (Closing November 4th)
Vietnam: February 24th
South Korea: March 2nd
Myanmar: January 27th

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Beijing Capital International Airport
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Shanghai Pudong International Airport
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Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport CAN
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China is the most populous country in the world and has one of the fastest-growing economies. China's landscape is vast and diverse, ranging from the Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts in the arid north to subtropical forests in the wetter south. China has over 34,687 species of animals and vascular plants, making it the third-most biodiverse country in the world, after Brazil and Colombia.


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