Moving to a new country is exciting, but it can be also be daunting. Anita made sure I was well informed throughout the entire process and helped make my move to China as simple and straight forward as possible. She stays in regular contact and quickly answers any concerns or questions. I know I can still turn to Anita if I need help while I live here. Thank you! -Holly England




^Liangban Recruiting Agency helped me look at several TEFL schools in China to find the best fit for me. I then received help through the interview and with contacting the company before getting to China. It was a big move for me going to China but I got the help I needed! ̄ CMonica and Mauricio, USA



"Life in China is great. Everyday I spend hours teaching young students how to speak English, share, sing, laugh and grow. I came here to teach and I love it. Seriously, I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the help and guidance of the staff from Liangban recruitment. They helped me each step of the way. I couldn't have done it alone. This has been the experience of a lifetime. I love China. I really love the culture here. I have made many friends from around the world. I have been able to experience the life and culture here too. It's going by fast. It's been amazing so far"! - Charles White, USA



My name is Mark Lee. I am from England and was recruited by Anita to become an English teacher in China. I arrived in Beijing just less than a week ago and I have loved every minute I have spent here. All the people I have come into contact with in relation to Anita have been wonderful and made my stay here in China so much more enjoyable. At first I did have my reservations but since coming here and meeting other English teachers my mind has been put at rest. Thank you to Anita who have made my transition easier.





What kind of qualifications or experience do I need?
The regulations are now tightening in China, and for many positions teachers need a university degree, a teaching certificate (CELTA, TESOL, TEFL, etc) and some relevant teaching experience. However, there are some positions which will accept new teachers and some don¨t even require a degree. The best thing to do is to get in touch and we can explain what is available to you.

What kind of thing will be asked during the Skype interview?
What we are aiming to find out is what kind of teacher you are and what it is that you are ideally looking for. If you are a new teacher, we might ask you how you got on during your TEFL course and why you are looking to come to China. If you have more experience, we might ask about the kind of students you have taught before and some classes that you think went well.

What is the visa process?
Your school will organize all the necessary papers needed to obtain a legal 1 year work (Z) visa for you. This process can take up to 5 weeks. The papers will then be sent to you. You have to take these papers, along with your passport, application form and any other documents needed (varies from country to country, please check with your nearest Chinese embassy) to the Chinese embassy, where they will issue you with the visa within 1 week. Once it is stamped in to your passport you can enter China.

What will my salary and benefits be:
English teacher salary in China with language school is very competitive and allows for a comfortable lifestyle. The monthly salary for our job openings is anything between 7,000 C 14,000 RMB per month. The exact amount is determined by which school you work for, the city you are based in and the number of years of previous teaching experience.
As the cost of living in China is significantly lower than that of the west, an English teachers¨ salary goes a long way. Eating dinner at a local restaurant will typically cost between 15-30 RMB per person (roughly 2 C 4.50 US dollars) and most teachers find they can live easily on 100 RMB per day (15 USD). Cost of living in big cities like Beijing and Shanghai is slightly higher than smaller cities.

Typical benefits in China include:
•Flight reimbursement on completion of the contract
•Furnished apartment or monthly housing allowance
•Paid holiday
•Legal `Z¨ work visa & residence permit
•Comprehensive health insurance
•Performance related bonuses
•Professional development & support
•Mandarin Chinese lessons

Should I bring anything with me?
You could buy most things here in China but you may want to bring with you something which reminds you of home or things difficult to find here. i.e large sized shoes and clothing.


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