You will be teaching students between the ages of 18 and 22 and need to serve as the principal lecturer of more than one course and guide students' internship, social investigation and graduation design.You will have a basic outline of every class given to you.
Location: Guangzhou, Guangdong province
position: Need to teach oral English. School provides outlines.
Salary: 16K-20K RMB per month
Schedule: 5 days a week
Age of students: 18-22 years old
Visa: Open to any type of visa
Requirements: Very Good English Speaker; TEFL preferred; University teaching experience preferred
Contract period: 30th of July to 24th of August
About the School
About the City
This university is located in Guangzhou, is fully committed to consolidating and expanding its undergraduate program, graduate programs and international students program. It offers 87 undergraduate programs with coverage of ten disciplinary fields, including philosophy, history, literature, law, pedagogy, art, science, engineering, management and economics. The university is actively undertaking the national and provincial research programs. It has established more than 30 research institutes or centers specializing in a wide range of subjects. International exchange and cooperation have always been a priority work of the university. Up to 2011, the university has established the partnership with more than 100 overseas institutions. The university is available for international students to study Chinese and apply for degree study.
Guangzhou is situated in Southern China on the pearl river. Historically, it posed as a major terminus of the maritime Silk Road. Currently, it is considered amongst China's 3 largest cities in terms of foreign trade, size and economic power. It is also consider one of the 5 National Central Cities. The current population sits at 13 million and rising with growing immigration to the area. It is a hub for foreign trade and a huge port city for centuries. Despite its fast and large-scale modernisation, the city boasts many historic spots and temples reminiscent of its Buddhist and Taoist roots.