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Q: can a foreign student have a part time teaching job?

How can a foreign student with a diplomat in English language and modern letters do to pick up a teaching job here in

China?Is it possible for He/She to have a lucrative part time teaching job? for this baffle me alot.

9 years 30 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Urumqi

 
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Is it possible?  Yes.  Does it happen?  Often, very often.  Is it legal?  That's another story.  Things are rather touchy around here these days with visa issues and it's not something that I personally would do but I could understand that the economics of being student might cause some to do just that.

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If you are in China on a student visa, you are not allowed to work! If found out you'd have much trouble. Be careful!

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Legally it is not a possible to teach on X visa...but..where there is a will there is a way..you can take chance..

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