Jobs in China For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2017-11-15 | Writer: V Future | Email: [email protected]

Life is too short to work at the wrong job! If you’re interested in using your TEFL skills and exploring the hidden gems of China, working with passionate teachers and students and earning/saving up good money then V Future is the future for you. We have over 4,000 children and adult students located in three different cities with over 10 different branches. We offer unique and exciting English classes that wrap around Maths, Science, Extra Curriculum activities, ILETS, TOEFL, SAT, BEC, ACT and GRE.

Moving to live and work in China is a daunting process for even the most experienced traveler, however our team of foreign teachers from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and our accommodating Chinese staff will be sure to make you feel as if you have arrived at your second home.

Upon arrival we house you into a hotel whilst we find you a modern and classy apartment fully furnished with a fridge, washing machine, TV set, shower, bath, sofa and of course, a western toilet.

Our working hours are averagely 22 hours per week plus 8 office hours and two days of a week off. You’ll be happy to know that Christmas Day is a holiday and of course all Chinese holidays are off as well (all paid holidays).


10,000-15,000RMB monthly salary

1,500-2,000RMB monthly housing allowance

6,000RMB Airfare allowance paid at end of contract

1,200RMB medical expense reimbursement yearly

3 weeks holidays paid at end of contract

Overtime paid monthly

Health insurance on accident up to 5,0000RMB

Taxi fare subsidy from Headquarter to Branch schools

Free Mandarin Lesson

Induction & on-the-job teaching profession training

Airport pick-up

1 week paid hotel upon arrival

Paid visa processing inside China

Regular Team Building


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


In this unit I have read about present tenses: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous. I know how to form every tense, how explain usages to students. I need pay attention to the typical students errors and mistakes for correcting them in time. Also in this unit I found out a couple​ interesting teaching ideas, that I can use at my lessons.I learned that there is a lot to think about in relation to parts of speech. There are so many rules for English, and there are a lot of subcategories within each category for parts of speech. For example, when talking about pronouns you could also be talking about personal, possessive, reflexive, and relative pronouns. There is a lot to keep track of, even as a native-English speaker.