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Q: is it possible to find a college/university position for non native?

Hello, I m from Russia and now trying to find a job in college and there are only jobs for natives, is it possible to find a job for non native? I ve been working in chinese college before

28 weeks 4 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Legal employment with Z visa/Working permit is not possible (after 2017) for non-native English teachers in China same as it is not possible in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and other countries.

 

There is a slim chance non-native English teacher qualifies for Z visa in China if she/he holds degree completed in native English country.

 

Feel free to try by sending your CV to the posted job openings ... on the website. Click 'Jobs' tag on the top of the screen for more. 

 

Good luck!

 

 

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Legal employment with Z visa/Working permit is not possible (after 2017) for non-native English teachers in China same as it is not possible in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and other countries.

 

There is a slim chance non-native English teacher qualifies for Z visa in China if she/he holds degree completed in native English country.

 

Feel free to try by sending your CV to the posted job openings ... on the website. Click 'Jobs' tag on the top of the screen for more. 

 

Good luck!

 

 

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Sure you can, in the town im in none of the Uni have native speakers,or any school for that matter. most are African and Arab. Just stay away from major cities and go to poorer locations and they will take anyone. Since its hard to find natives for these jobs and no one who can legally be employed wants to go to these places. Although, you will most likely have to work on a tourist or student or business visa.

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At a university?  Very unlikely, large public instituitions like universities or public schools are very unlikely to hire non-native teachers because it's illegal.  You are much more likely to be able to find a job at a smaller training center willing to hire outside the regulations because they have less to lose and are less known.

 

I'm in a pretty small city and all the universities here have native speakers, whereas five years ago they didn't.  Things change rapidly.

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