For teachers who would prefer to teach more hours, a teaching schedule of 22 hours per week can be arranged with monthly salary of RMB 12,000. Please note, with this contract option, accommodation would not be provided although support is given for finding an apartment.
The EIP Program (English Immersion Primary) has been designed under the Ministry of Education for China. The aim is to give school children in leading public primary schools in Beijing the chance to acquire better English proficiency and increased knowledge of English-speaking countries, their people and cultures.
Every year, EIP invites native English speakers to teach English as a foreign language at program host schools throughout Beijing metropolitan city.
Applications are now open for the school year of 2015-16 (September 2015 -June 2016).
Applicants are encouraged to apply early due to a limited amount of placements.
For applicants who need to complete a TEFL course in order to teach in China, we offer a 120 hour On-line TEFL qualification here.
What is TEFL?
TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language and once you have completed a TEFL qualification, you can teach ESL abroad in a wide variety of countries. There are a few different types of courses for teaching English in Asia, the UAE and many unique destinations, however TEFL and TESOL courses (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) are the most common.
How do I learn TEFL?
You can learn TEFL in a number of ways including university courses and even internships in various locations such as China and Argentina. English Language teaching allows you to broaden your horizons and gain experiences you will not find anywhere else. Learning TEFL will allow you to embark on various different adventures including teaching in Asia, South America and the Middle East and considering global language training is becoming increasingly popular, international schools are always crying out for additional ESL teachers.
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