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Q: what is the probability of getting a teaching job in china for Indians?

20 weeks 2 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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China doesn't consider India to be a native English speaking country and being a native speaker is a visa requirement.

 

I think if you have a degree from a native speaking country you can get the visa though.

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China doesn't consider India to be a native English speaking country and being a native speaker is a visa requirement.

 

I think if you have a degree from a native speaking country you can get the visa though.

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If you mean finding a job as ESL teacher, it depends on how well you can speak and teach English. There are a lot of training institutions in China, if you can show your excellence, you can definitely get a job.

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They are pretty good. But will it be on the correct visa? I say the chances are it will be the correct visa are pretty slim.

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Stick to wjat you know...Start a taxi driving school

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Well, if inner-city schools in the US can hire Indian nationals to teach math and special ed, then I don't see why it would be especially difficult to get a teaching gig in China.

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Well, a lot of Chinese are pretty prejudiced against Indians.  Some are pretty prejudiced against most anybody that's not Han tsu.

Anyway, get your documents in order and give it a go. Worst that can happen is it doesn't work out for you.

 

 

*not being judgemental as I'm prejudiced against some others too....

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