The Teach English in China (TEIC) Programme - Presentation (Treforest)

Event Date November 15, 2018 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location – Training Room (L100), Treforest Library

TEIC Logo ​The Teach English in China (TEIC) Programme will be giving a talk on their paid jobs teaching English in China. Any degree subject is accepted and no experience is required as full training is provided.

TEIC www.teic.co.uk is a boutique programme dedicated to sending graduates to China. It is run in conjunction with CEAIE, a not for profit wing of the Ministry of Education, Beijing.

We recruit all year round for 10 month teaching placements starting every February, August, September and October. Our teaching placements are in cities throughout China from Kindergarten to University Level and we place based on your preferences.

Those who are graduating in July are eligible to apply. Any degree subject is accepted and no experience is required as full training is provided.

What we offer:

  • Salary between £1,000 – £1,745 per month
  • Free online TEFL training course
  • Free training camp on arrival where you will meet other TEIC teachers
  • International return airfare
  • Free apartment with complete facilities
  • Medical insurance
  • Free Chinese courses
  • Frequently organized activities for all foreign teachers
  • We place friends together

Position descriptions:

  • Teaching oral and written English for primary, junior and senior students in public schools
  • Class size: 25-40
  • Employment contract is 10 month, includes 4 weeks winter holiday with salary included
  • 16-25 lesson period/week(40 or 45mins/lesson period

For further details contact Professor Phil Thomas at phil@teic.co.uk or phone 07531 789984

Full details of the programme can be found at www.teic.co.uk

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