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Teaching in China

China is the largest country located within Asia, with the greater part of the country being mountainous and sharing its border with fourteen neighbouring countries. It’s one of the oldest cultures in the world and is famous for its contributions to art, literature, architecture and much more. With its rich culture and history it makes a great place to work and live.

International schools are a key factor in the education landscape with families holding British and American schools in high-esteem. As a result, schools require qualified teachers and skilled practitioners in order to meet the exacting standards of a Western education.

To find out more about teaching in China we encourage you to register your interest with us today. One of our consultants can then begin the process of finding opportunities that meet your expectations.

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Living in China

8% of China’s population is made up of 55 other nationalities, with nearly 4 million being British people, and a large number of expatriate groups that will help you finding like-minded friends. China’s thriving economy is becoming increasingly more popular for international relocation.

As there are so many British citizens living in China it can be an exciting move, with plenty of opportunities to socialise. There are lower crime rates, which makes it a safer place to work and live.

The cost of living is reasonable with a 1-bedroom apartment in the capital costing £512 per month.

Cost of living in China

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