The China Educational Association of International Exchange (CEAIE) program is an opportunity for teachers from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom or the United States of America to live and work in China for twelve months. The aim of the program is to promote language exchange and mutual understanding among young people at home and abroad, and to improve foreign language education in Chinese schools. CEAIE has been working together with partner organizations overseas to provide opportunities for young people and experienced teachers to work as language teachers in Chinese schools at all levels since 2005. More than 1,000 international English teachers have come to China through in the Teach in China Program. This program is supported by CEAIE and the Institute of International Education (IIE).

The initial cohort of up to 200 Teachers will teach in China in August 2018 through August 2019. CEAIE participants will have the opportunity to teach English in classrooms all around China. Program benefits include TEFL certification and professional teaching experience overseas.

WHY?

CEAIE, seeks to promote language exchange and mutual understanding among young people at home and abroad, and to improve foreign language education in Chinese schools.

As a result, CEAIE is eager to attract native English speakers. CEAIE will provide the training for those without TEFL certification and round-trip transportation to China and back.  Participants will receive free housing and a monthly salary comparable to that which local Chinese teachers receive. After the initial 12 months, there may also be the opportunity to continue on as an educator in China.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

We seek applications from a diverse range of qualified teachers. Candidates majoring in Education and English language study or with teaching experience will be highly competitive. There is a preference for candidates who have traveled overseas, and a high preference for those with extensive teaching experience. Read more about selection criteria here.