6-Month Work Visa Teaching

Attention graduates! Earn USD 1000 per month on a work visa.

Accommodation, meals, and Mandarin lessons included.

Teach & Travel China

 

No degree required. Non-native English speakers welcome!

Accommodation, meals, living allowance, Mandarin lessons, TEFL included.

Teaching Programs For Every Adventure.

No matter your experience, background, or where you’re at in your life, we’ll help you find a teaching opportunity in China!

TEACH & TRAVEL CHINA

For people who are:

•  Looking for adventure and travel

•  Keen to make lots of friends from around the world

•  Searching for a unique gap year experience

WORK VISA TEACHING

For people who are:

•  Recent graduates unsure of their next move

•  Teachers or those considering a career in teaching

•  Hoping to save up some cash money

Duration: One semester (4.5 months)

Start Dates: February & August intakes

Monthly allowance: 2000RMB

Completion bonus: 2500 RMB

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Key inclusions: Accommodation, meals, Mandarin lessons

Orientation: 2 weeks in Beijing and Harbin

Program outcomes: TEFL certification (120 hours online training before China, 20 hours practical training in China)

Duration: 6 months or one year

Start Dates: February & August intakes

Monthly salary: 6500RMB

Completion bonus: 6500RMB

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Key inclusions: Accommodation and meals

Orientation: 3 days in Beijing

Program outcomes: possibility of full-time teaching job offer with salary raise, TEFL course (optional)

8 Ways Teaching In China Could Change Your Life

1. LAUNCH A NEW CAREER

5. START A BOY BAND

2. TEACH AROUND THE WORLD

6. BECOME A NINJA WARRIOR

3. BECOME A CELEBRITY

7. FALL IN LOVE

4. ADVERTISE SOMETHING

8. WORK FOR US

Teach in China. Open doors.

Challenge yourself to work in an exciting and unique business environment whilst learning to engage with other cultures. These are the kind of competencies that potential employers and peers value.

Become TEFL certified.

TEFL is a globally recognised certification and enables you to teach in exotic locations around the world.

Practical teaching experience.

China provides incredible practical teaching opportunities which can be difficult to obtain in your home country.

Make friends from all over.

Forge friendships from around the world and experience wanderlust for China and Asia’s attractions.

ImmerQi. Your China education specialist.

Since 2004, thousands of participants from over 50 countries have taken part in our China programs whereby they learn, develop and grow to become culturally rich, confident and international professionals.

China Experts

We are headquartered in China and have 20+ years experience running programs for students and young professionals.

Family Owned and Run

We are an Australian owned company and take pride in caring for all our program participants like they’re our family.

International Staff

Our staff is made up of people from 10 different nationalities. Our mix of local and international staff ensures we are qualified to deal with any problem.

Connect With Us

Find out what our participants and staff are up to and discover all of the opportunities China has to offer. Stay up to date with the newest positions, China info, career advice, and cute panda videos.

Success Stories

Don’t just take our word for it – hear personal stories and highlights from our ImmerQi alumni!

The halfway mark through my internship passed just a few days ago and it has quite honestly been a phenomenal 10 weeks of wild adventure, endless learning, continuous adjustment, vast and varied experiences and for me personally, a whole lot of growth!

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Millie Beazley, British

Teach & Travel China Program, Taught in Yantai

Overall coming to China to be an English teaching intern was the best decision I’ve ever made. It has permanently changed my life and my outlook on the world. The future isn’t scary anymore; it’s rich with life and possibility. I’m very happy.

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John Wilson Davis Jr, American

Teach & Travel China Program, Taught in Guangdong

Teaching in China was such a rewarding experience. These have been five and a half months that I’ll never forget. So if you’re thinking about doing something similar, leave space in your luggage for a whole lot of experience.

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Arvid Bertilsson, Swedish

Teach & Travel China Program, Taught in Guangdong

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Sitting silently atop the stupendous rocks bordering the peak of one of China's 5 Great Mountains, an assortment of accomplishment, inspiration and realization strike me like a bolt. I'm permeated by the accumulated energy of 3000 years of culture, history and highly...

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Teaching Intern: The Perfect Way To Get A Fresh Start

My name is John Wilson Davis Jr. but I go by Jack. I’m twenty-one years old and I’m from Ypsilanti, Michigan in the United States. I attended the University of Wisconsin for two years before coming to China. I am part of the Teach and Travel China Winter 2016 program...

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