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Q: How much should i Charge?

Because I helped a South Korean Student pass his HSK6 test, and he was accepted to study in Communication University of China this September. Now there are 4 more students want me to teach, but how much shoud I charge them?

 

10 years 31 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Beijing

 
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The Korean population in my city is an affluent one. Parents usually send their children to private (and pricey) "international" schools and then to after-school programs at institutions called simply "academy", and also expensive.

So, you should be able to command a decent wage for private tutoring. Put the four students in a group, set a regular timetable, say once a week, and charge them by the month. Get a commitment of at least three months AND paid in full and in advance.

You can probably charge 100 RMB per student per 50-to-60-minute hour. 400 RMB per hour is not unreasonable especially if the lessons are given after hours or on a weekend.

Don't sell yourself short.

Jason198656:

Thx,good advice

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RMB 100 per student for specialized tutoring is really low, particularly for Beijing.

Red_Fox:

You're right. 100 is low. But for group work, 4 students to the group, 100 per head amounts to 400 an hour.

Now if Jason or his students prefer one-on-one, no less that 250 or 300 per student. Face-to-face. In BJ.

400 an hour for a group of 4 isn't too bad, imo. Twice a week, maybe. 8 hours a month. That's 3,200 in the pocket. I'd take the job if it arose.

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i dont know but is against the law

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