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

Event Date January 22, 2018 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Location – Cardiff, Atlantic House AH204 & Newport, C17

TEIC logo Do fancy a year in China teaching english and earning a big salary?

We have openings for people graduating this year or are already graduates or post graduates. Any degree course is acceptable but you must hold a UK or Irish passport and be a native English speaker.

EU passport holders might be acceptable. No command of Mandarin is expected. Teaching is based in public schools and there will be between 18/20 classes a week. The jobs begin in late august and into September and October. You will be placed in a major city, Zhengzhou, a couple of hours from Beijing and Shanghai by bullet train.

The contract includes a free, furnished apartment for your sole use, international airfare, medical cover and free TEFL training prior to departure.

The monthly salary is £1,740 [15,000 rmb] and you can double it in terms of local purchasing power. We expect to send a cohort to the city [home of the Shaolin Temple] and guarantee couples are placed in the same school/accommodation. Friends will be close to each other and there will be a 'city community’ of teachers from TEIC. Local support is provided by an english speaking colleague.

This is an opportunity to do something exciting, travel, improve your cv and learn Mandarin. Without any obligation further details and a video can be obtained from Jasmine@teic.co.uk or contact Professor Thomas phil@teic.co.uk

Now is the time to start thinking and planning life after university so give China some thought!


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

Monday 22 January, Cardiff, Atlantic House AH204, 12-1pm

Monday 22 January, Newport, C17, 4-5pm


For further details contact Professor Phil Thomas at phil@teic.co.uk or phone on 07531 789984.
Full details of the programme can be found at www.teic.co.uk
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