The Teach English in China (TEIC) Programme (Treforest, Newport & Cardiff)

Event Date October 13, 2017 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Location – Treforest Library, Training Room, Cardiff, Atlantic House AH102 & Newport Room C17

TEIC logo Teach English in China is a programme dedicated to sending qualified applicants to China. It is run in conjunction with CEAIE, a not for profit wing of the Ministry of Education, Beijing.

Applicants must be graduates, and fluent English speakers. Those who are graduating in July 2018 are eligible to apply. Any degree subject is accepted and no experience is required as full training is provided.
We recruit all year round for teaching placements for 10/12 month jobs starting in August-October and 6-month starting in February.

Teachers are provided with an international airfare, a furnished, campus apartment free of charge and a local teacher’s salary. Local support is provided by english speaking staff at CEAIE in Beijing and the International Exchange Centre in Hunan. Placements are in cities throughout China and are in recognised schools and universities. We place friends together if not in the same school then in the same city. Partners are always placed together.
You will teach approximately 16-25 hours per week. If you would prefer more hours we also have full time placements available. No teaching experience is required for either.

FREE TEFL training is provided by the Ministry of Education through an on line, 120 hour course. In addition, there is a preparation training camp in Beijing, Shanghai or Hunan Province where you put your theory into practice.
Do something very different for a year: learn Mandarin: explore China.

Book in to your desired time and location for a presentation:

Friday 13 October,Treforest, Library, Training Room 10-11am

Friday 13 October, Cardiff, Atlantic House AH102, 12-1pm

CANCELLED : Friday 13 October, Newport, C17, 3-4pm

For further details contact Professor Phil Thomas at or phone on 07531 789984.
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