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WELCOME

Great to see you are ready to submit your application for the Teach in China programme!

To advance to the next stage you will need to fill out a short application form and submit a CV. We have also created a guide for your CV to help you along – please check it out!

Please note that the FINAL application deadline is April 29th, 2022.

If you have any questions about the programme, please visit our comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions page!

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PROVINCE OVERVIEW

WHERE TO GO

Here is a brief guide to all of the provinces available on the Teach in China programme!

We strongly encourage you to do your own research on each province and browse the images/videos, for a more in-depth overview.

Please start thinking about what provinces you would be interested in now, to help streamline the selection process later! (Note: It is best to remain flexible, as province preferences cannot be guaranteed)

The capital of the middle kingdom is a modern megacity surrounded by ancient walls. This is very much the cultural and political capital of China, and you will never run out of things to do.

History
This has been the capital of China since Kublai Khan’s Mongol empire overwhelmed the Great Wall and invaded. Since then, Beijing has hosted the last three imperial dynasties of China: The Yuan, Ming and Qing. Chairman Mao now slumbers in Tian’anmen Square, right next to the headquarters of the Chinese Communist Party.

Have you Eaten?
Try savory pancakes, lamb kebabs a bowl of zhajiang mian or the famous Peking duck pancakes to feel at one with the locals. You will never run out of regional Chinese cuisines to try.

See and Do
The Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City, The Temple of Heaven, The Summer Palace, Hutongs

The name of this city evokes history, glamour and exotic promise. For a lot of people, Shanghai is the symbol of modern China; when West came to meet East.

Have you Eaten?
For Chinese foodies, Shanghainese cuisine is sophisticated and even on the sweeter side. Some of the classics to look for are xiaolongbao (steamed dumplings) , sheng jian bao (big crispy bun filled with pork) and xiefen shizitou (crab meat pork meatballs !

See and Do
Stroll on Waitan or the Bund to experience 20th century Chinese architecture and see Western hotels and consulates of a bygone era. Yuyuan Gardens and Bazaar is old Shanghai, the view from the Shanghai tower is stunning too.

Fujian (福建) is a gorgeous coastal province with a long seafaring history. As a significant stop on the maritime Silk Road, its cities developed a cosmopolitan outlook due to Western imperial powers. You’ll experience these outward-looking influences in its architecture, food, language and people. The cities of Xiamen and Fuzhou are a must

Have you Eaten?
The local cuisine emphasizes fresh seafood and has heavily influenced neighboring Taiwan’s food culture. Try fish balls, oyster omelet, braised duck with ginger.

See and Do
Gulang Yu, the Unesco World Heritage-listed roundhouses, The mountain of Wuyi Shan offers year-round hiking opportunities and a memorable river cruise on bamboo rafts.

Historically Guangdong was the starting point of the Maritime Silk Road and the birthplace of revolution. On the scenic byways of the Pearl River delta, you’ll uncover the glory of China’s revolutionary past.  This is the wealthiest province in China, with modern cities such as Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Zhuhai surrounding Hong Kong.

Have you Eaten?
The food and language of the area are still known as Cantonese. Much of what is associated with overseas Chinese food and culture has its origins here- so try the best versions of your favorites from Chinese restaurants! Dimsum is a must.

See and Do
Explore the historical cities of Guangzhou, Meizhou and Chaozhou to experience the three dominant cultures in the province: Cantonese, Hakka and Chewchow. It is also extremely easy to cross the border to Hong Kong.

Despite being a popular destination with domestic travelers, Guizhou (贵州) remains largely unknown to travelers outside China – and what a shame. The province has two of the country’s largest and most spectacular natural features. While outside the capital, Guiyang, it’s pretty much green hills and valleys, flowing rivers and limestone formations to the horizon.

Have you Eaten?
The food and language of the area are still very much associated with the neighboring provinces of Sichuan and Hunan. Expect a fair amount of spice! Also expect a lot of variety- there are 18 different ethnic groups in this region

See and Do
Explore Shipping Mountan, Qingyan City Walls, Huangguoshu Falls and Qinglong Dong

This is the province that surrounds Beijing, so of course this is a place of deep-rooted historical narratives. This region is defined by grazing sheep, brown earch and fields of corn and wheat. Wander through ancient settlements and walled towns, skirt the wild edges of the former Manchuria and journey to the majestic 18th-century summer retreat of the Qing emperors in Chéngdé.

There are temples to explore, rarely visited stretches of the Great Wall and remote towns and villages whose rural seclusion make them the perfect retreats for those prepared to venture slightly off the beaten track.

Have you Eaten?
The food and language of the area are based on good hearty food such as noodles, mutton and stews. Expect the cuisine to be very much like Beijing’s

See and Do
Explore the seldom explored part of the Great Wall called Jiao Shan- explore pristine temples such as Puning, Longxing. You will not run out of historical sights to visit in HebeI

This is the province that surrounds Beijing, so of course this is a place of deep-rooted historical narratives. This region is defined by grazing sheep, brown earch and fields of corn and wheat. Wander through ancient settlements and walled towns, skirt the wild edges of the former Manchuria and journey to the majestic 18th-century summer retreat of the Qing emperors in Chéngdé.

There are temples to explore, rarely visited stretches of the Great Wall and remote towns and villages whose rural seclusion make them the perfect retreats for those prepared to venture slightly off the beaten track.

Have you Eaten?
The food and language of the area are based on good hearty food such as noodles, mutton and stews. Expect the cuisine to be very much like Beijing’s

See and Do
Explore the seldom explored part of the Great Wall called Jiao Shan- explore pristine temples such as Puning, Longxing. You will not run out of historical sights to visit in HebeI

This province is known throughout China for its picturesque canal towns, enchanting gardens and sophisticated opera and folk arts. Jiangsu gained its affluence from historical silk and salt production, and in

Suzhou and Nanjing standout as the cities with heritage that spans dynasties- and it has superb museums to boot.

Have you Eaten?
The cities in Jiangsu are full of little dumpling and noodle shops. Xiaolongbao (soup-filled dumplings) is a must try. If you are feeling adventurous try the duck blood noodle soup!

See and Do
Linggu Temple is a stunning area of Nanjing, and the complex was entirely built of brick and cement made out of glutinous rice. The museums of Nanjing are a must, and walking around Suzhou mid-week (when there are less tourists) will be a memorable experience.

This province prides itself for being the center of China, where technically all of China was united under the First Emperor . There are srawling imperial residences, dizzying mountain cliffs, and architecture dating back to when the Silk road began.
Close to the capital of Xi an, the terracotta army guards the tomb of the first emperor. If you have not been to Xi an, you have not been to China as the common saying goes.

Have you Eaten?
Yang rou pao Mo (Mutton soup with thick bread), Biang biang noodles 9one of the most popular dishes in China and of course Rou Jia Mo (the closest thing to a Chinese hamburger).

See and Do
Yungang Caves, Shuanglin Temple, the Terracotta army, Jade Emperor Temple, jinci Temple, Pingyao City walls

Shandong is a province of fun: you can climb the tallest mountains, feast on some of the best seafood you have eaten, and still spends summers on gorgeous beaches. Again, this province is visually stunning with granite mountains and wild coastlines. Qingdao is a cosmopolitan city that ranks as one of the best places to live in China/.

Have you Eaten?
Dumplings and fresh noodle soup is a local obsession- but you will waste your experience here if you don’t gorge on the delicious seafood on offer.

See and Do
Mount Lao has a beautiful Taoist monastery next to Qingdao, Mount Tai is one of the ‘Five Great Mountains’ of China. For a bit of history, Qufu is the birthplace of Confucius- where you can delve deep into the history of the renowned philosopher.

The name of this city evokes history, glamour and exotic promise. For a lot of people, Shanghai is the symbol of modern China; when West came to meet East.

Have you Eaten?
For Chinese foodies, Shanghainese cuisine is sophisticated and even on the sweeter side. Some of the classics to look for are xiaolongbao (steamed dumplings) , sheng jian bao (big crispy bun filled with pork) and xiefen shizitou (crab meat pork meatballs !

See and Do
Stroll on Waitan or the Bund to experience 20th century Chinese architecture and see Western hotels and consulates of a bygone era. Yuyuan Gardens and Bazaar is old Shanghai, the view from the Shanghai tower is stunning too.

This province is the home of the giant panda. The most recognizable face in China. The capital Chengdu has a very cosmopolitan and modern feel, but outside its borders is a countryside scattered with ancient villages and Temples. To the north you will feel that you are stepping into Tibet with alpine valleys and ski resorts, as well as sacred mountains.

Have you Eaten?
Spice, spice and more spice. Some world-famous dishes include kung Pao Chicken, Twice Cooked Pork and of course, the hotpot!

See and Do
Chengdu is a capital with 2,000 years of history, and just outside are the Giant Buddha of Leshan. Mount Qingcheng and Dojiangyan are also amazing daytrips. Make time to visit the Pandas, too!

Just north of Shanghai is the province of Zhejiang, with the main highlight of this region being picture-perfect Hangzhou. Around the province are water towns within networks of canals, and one of the greatest sights is the island of Putuoshan, one of China’s most famous pilgrimage sights. Head west from Hangzhou to experience ancient villages with traditional charm

Have you Eaten?
The local cuisine is dominated by pork and seafood. One of the atypical dishes is Dongporou (an extremely fatty chunk of pork in a syrupy soy sauce) or Cuyu- fried fish in a vinegar sauce.

See and Do
Xihu or West lake is stunning and within the city vicinity of Hangzhou. Take long walks around old towns and visit some of China’s most ancient temples.

APPLICATION GUIDES

CV GUIDE

To complete your application, we will also require your CV. Please review the guide below for more information about our expectations!This short guide will help you write a great CV/resume to support your Teach in China application. Keep on reading for some of our best tips and suggestions!

Remember, your CV is a personal marketing tool used to sell yourself to prospective employers. It should tell them about you, your professional history, your skills and your achievements. Keep it professional and relevant while also highlighting why you are the best fit for the job!

What to include in your CV

There are no universal rules when it comes to writing a CV, but there are some sections that most employers will expect to see:

  • Personal details: typically this will include your name, relevant professional title, email address, phone number, city/country and LinkedIn or website or portfolio URL.
  • Professional photo: while this is not a standard practice in the Western-working world, in China it is vital to include a recent headshot on your CV.
  • Personal statement: also known as a professional summary or career objective, this short paragraph is your opportunity to briefly express your background and relevant accomplishments in 1-2 sentences.
  • Work experience section: your employment history section gives you a chance to outline your previous jobs, internships, and work experience. Use bullet points to describe your key responsibilities and achievements, along with data or measurable outcomes to support your claims. If you have work experience from more than 10 years ago it is acceptable to leave earlier positions off your CV, especially if they are not relevant to the job you are applying for.
  • Education & qualifications: include your degree and any relevant certifications you may have earned (such as TEFL).
  • Additional sections: it can be helpful to include a section about your skills, language proficiencies, or any volunteer experience to boost your application.

Ready to submit your CV? Check out these tips first!

  • Proofread your CV for any spelling or grammar mistakes – you are applying to be an English teacher after all!
  • Ensure the layout is clear and easy to read; use a resume template if necessary.
  • Make sure your employment history and education section are listed in reverse chronological order (most recent experience at the top!)

APPLICATION

LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AND CHECK OUT OUR GUIDE TO HELP WITH YOUR APPLICATION! REMEMBER TO SUBMIT BY THE APRIL 29th DEADLINE!

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Pagoda Projects Application Form

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Western Sydney University – Pagoda Projects Application Form

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Self Care Plan – Digital Programmes

Looking after your personal well-being will be key as you begin working remotely. Working from home, setting your own schedule, and potentially
communicating across time zones, you may be challenged in new ways.

Please take some time, make a cup of tea/coffee and find a comfortable, quiet
space to take 30 minutes to reflect on the questions and fill this form out. This can really help you prepare yourself for your new experience.

Think carefully about how you can balance out your day, create structure and ensure you are working productively whilst looking after yourself.

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Submit CV

Please run through the check list below before submitting your CV or resume.
You’ll also find some helpful tips on improving your CV below.

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Please use the following format to name your CV before uploading as a pdf. file
‘First Name – Last Name – CV’

IMPROVING YOUR CV

HOW IT LOOKS:

+ Proofread your CV for spelling and grammar mistakes – ask a friend or family member to read through too.
+ Make sure it is easy to read quickly and find the key details – use headings like ‘Education’, ‘Work Experience’, ‘Skills’, and ‘Hobbies’ in a slightly larger and bold font to separate each section.
+ Keep text formatting the same throughout, especially size and font, except for your section headings.
+ Use bullet points to separate each point – long paragraphs of text make it harder to read and find the key information you are trying to tell the reader.
+ Don’t be afraid to include a little bit of colour – but make sure everything is still readable!

WHAT TO INCLUDE:

+ Include a personal profile/headline at the top. Don’t make this generic (e.g. “I am an enthusiastic, motivated, hard-working graduate…”) but use it to include your career goal, add a personal touch and say something unique about the employer and role you are applying for.
+ Provide detail about the skills you have gained in your studies or previous work experience that are relevant to the roles you are applying for; e.g. what software have you learnt for engineering, what coding are you familiar with for IT, what programmes have you used for design or video editing etc.
+ Include key responsibilities, projects and achievements for your previous work experience – not just the company name and date
+ Make sure what you include is relevant to the role you are applying for. Whether that is hard skills (software) or soft skills (communication, teamwork, organisation etc.) that you can use.

WHAT NOT TO INCLUDE:

As we move towards a more inclusive hiring process, please do not include your photo/professional headshot and other personal details such as your marital status, nationality, sex, gender, date of birth, or spiritual beliefs in your CV.

Aside from these details being unnecessary and taking up space in your CV, they can also lead to discrimination during the hiring process. We recommend you add a professional photo to your LinkedIn account instead.

SAMPLE CV 1

SAMPLE CV 2

UCLan Application Form

Please complete the application form below – this is the first step to securing your internship!

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Cultural Mentor Sign Up Form

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Pagoda Remote Events – Interest Form

As part of our shared values with Nurture, we are delighted to offer some complimentary events to all students registered on a Nurture course. Simply fill out the form below so we can gauge interest.JTNDc2NyaXB0JTIwc3JjJTNEJTIyaHR0cHMlM0ElMkYlMkZwb2Rpby5jb20lMkZ3ZWJmb3JtcyUyRjI1MDI3NTc2JTJGMTgzOTM4NS5qcyUyMiUzRSUzQyUyRnNjcmlwdCUzRSUwQSUzQ3NjcmlwdCUyMHR5cGUlM0QlMjJ0ZXh0JTJGamF2YXNjcmlwdCUyMiUzRSUwQSUyMCUyMF9wb2Rpb1dlYkZvcm0ucmVuZGVyJTI4JTIyMTgzOTM4NSUyMiUyOSUwQSUzQyUyRnNjcmlwdCUzRQ==

Funded Remote Internships – Application Form

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Abroadia FAQs Submission

Feel free to submit any questions you may have regarding all aspects of our programmes and we’ll get back to you with a response via Podio, as soon as possible!

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