China Educators Programs
A few forward-thinking families in Beijing are seeking live-in, native English teachers for their children. Almost all of them belong to the elite class, and their children...
A dynamic family in Beijing is looking for a live-in English tutor/ EDU au pair. A more specific location of where this family lives in the Shunyi, Beijing. The host mother...
Contemporary China Studies program ( CCSP ) is an English program at Renmin University of China. It offers overseas students not yet proficient in Chinese language the opportunity...
Edu Au Pairs will have similar duties as a live-in tutor; they will teach the host family's children English during the duration of their stay. The Edu Au Pair in China Program...
China Educators Reviews
I really like how it gives an easy opportunity to begin proper English teaching
Submitted by Raphael - Australia | April 19, 2017
I really like how it gives an easy opportunity to begin proper English teaching, and that there's no worries on how to live in China and where to teach, as that's all done through the program. So basically doing it makes life easier than with a normal teaching job I suppose. Maybe the problem is that I had to change to teach at a lot of different schools when things happened, so sometimes my schedule would change a lot. And teaching 9 years old children is a lot of fun. My Chinese improved quickly here, but only because of more hours of class and more homework.
China experience is really great!
Submitted by Bornte - Australia | April 19, 2017
China experience is really great! I have had a few small problems, with my school and living situation, but nothing too bad! I am really liking the city and have made new friends and I learn more and more Chinese each week. Also the food is great!
I am enjoying my time in China so far.
Submitted by Lachlan - Australia | April 19, 2017
I am enjoying my time in China so far. I have been given a fixed schedule, with Mandarin and English classes through out the week with two rest days. I admit adapting to the English teaching environment was a challenge in the beginning. Now I feel a lot more confident, the workplace and colleagues are all great. I've jumped on every opportunity to visit the historical and cultural sites around the area. The coordinators here are all very friendly and helpful. I study Mandarin and Chinese Characters whenever i have spare time.
Submitted by Rachel - - | October 20, 2016
You will be confronted by some things, but don't worry, because the other aupairs will become your best friends and will help you through anything. Remember to stand up for yourself and what is right. Coming here will change your life forever, you've made the right choice.
They helped me a lot
Submitted by Ida - - | October 20, 2016
It was a slow start, but I got along with the child very well. Everyone was really helpful especially Fanny, I could text her anytime and she would always help me.
I don’t have any problems at present, but my biggest problem during my stay was not knowing exactly what I am supposed to do and when the schedule was a problem at times, but it got better the longer I stayed, I think because I get more used to Chinese culture.
My biggest reward was seeing Teddy remember the English I taught him and him wanting to learn more,Seeing his English developed, learning to know the family and it was great when Teddy told me something or share me a new toy, not because he had to ,but because he wanted to. I felt like they wanted to have me around ,which was nice.Learning enough Chinese to get by and understand some things.
Sometimes I had communication problems, because we didn’t have a common language. So It was a bit difficult to explain more complicated things to the parents.Teddy was helpful and he translated daily stuff.Bigger things I sent to Fanny and she translated them to the family.
Some kind of schedule is really good to have. It makes things a lot more simple. If you have any troubles or difficulties with the host family. Talk about it as soon as possible.it's probably not as big of a deal as you think it is odds are. It's a misunderstanding of some sort. it took me about a month to at least get a little used to Chinese culture.give it time. if you have any problems, don't hesitate to ask Fanny or someone else from the agency. They helped me a lot during my stay in Beijing.