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Q: Starting a private tutoring school in China

First of all, I don't know this is a good idea.
I got 2 friends in China who wants to start their own private tutoring school with me as the teacher. We made some plans and I felt its good.
I want to ask you guys about the procedures to start the private tutoring business. 

How many students can 2 teachers handle?

What are the expenses considered in-order to start the business?

what about my visa?

How much can i charge one student?

Is it legal to start the private tutoring business in the name of a native Chinese guy?

 

The current plan is like this; 
You might feel our idea is stupid, correct me if i am wrong.
3 hours per day
150 RMB per student
3 sessions, 1 hour each
6 days a week

 

7 years 43 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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read the anonymous post I wrote 2 weeks ago and you will get your answers

this way you get to do your own home worksurprise

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I would suggest you read my post under the anonymous post to get a good answer. And again, right now is not the time to mess around with illegalities, wait 6 months, your visa will by far be the largest problem.

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1. first and the most important step....get your private school license (it is not easy, especially the specific requirement about  venue size and number of teachers..etc.

2. register a company with reasonable capital (500K or more, or no bank will let you open a biz account..haha)

3. marketing and fees are not the biggest problem opposed to sustain the biz in a long run.....so start off small and remain focus and expensive might be a good strategy

 

let your partner read this, it is in Chinese

http://wenwen.soso.com/z/q217643937.htm

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