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Q: Can I teach English in China without a degree but I have a working visa ready

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Teaching English in China: What are the Visa Requirements?

China Work Visa Requirements & Documents

 

There are employment visas available for teaching English in China. To work legally in China, most citizens from any other English-speaking country will need a "Z" Visa from a Chinese embassy or consulate.

 

It is important to understand that any teacher coming from abroad to teach almost any subject must have a "Z" Visa.

 

Some of the China Work 'Z' Visa requirements are:

 

* The age limit for Z visas is between 18-60 years of age. This is flexible, but this is the normal range.

 

* You must have a valid passport from your English speaking country (UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa).

 

This passport cannot expire for at least six months. The passport must also have one blank page left in it. You must have filled out and truthfully verified a completed China Work Visa Application Form.

 

* A Bachelors Degree or more which is verified by the Chinese Embassy or Consulate.

 

* Criminal History Check which can be done through the FBI, DBS, etc. The Chinese Embassy or Consulate also verify this.

 

* You must have 120-hour Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate.

If you are already a TEFL certified or are a licensed teacher in your country, you do not need any teaching experience. If your college degree is in Education or Teaching English, you do not need any work experience.

 

* If you do not have the above certification or degree, then two-year working experience related to Teaching English in China is required. The two-year working experience will also be verified.

 

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Absolulty no problem if you got working visa

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