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Q: Nanjing: Does somebody know if I can find Spanish teacher job?

I am Spanish and it is so difficult to find English teacher job because English language is not my mother tongue. Then, do you know if there are some possibilities to work as Spanish teacher in Nanjing?

 

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Try New Oriental (XDF in Chinese). I am not sure about Spanish, but in this year's Summer Camp, they had Japanese classes.

 

New Oriental also employed 2 African (Non-native) English teachers last two years.

 

As Non-Native teacher, you must work harder to find job (door to door). Good luck!

Hefei:

Thank you for your advices:-)

 

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Try www.eslteachersboard.com and do a search for Spanish teachers website only.  Spanish SSL jobs turn up now and then but they are rare.  Mostly in Shanghai, too.

Hefei:

I will try it, thank you!

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I know my friend is learning Spanish in Nanjing university Jinling College. This is the web of Jinling College, but it seems that there's only Chinese version: http://jlxy.nju.edu.cn

Also, There is a great high school called  Nanjing foreign language school. They have English, German, and French courses, but maybe no Spanish... http://www.nfls.com.cn/s/2/t/2/00/76/info118.htm

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