Not strictly true. I've known many schools that will happily fake a degree in order to get western faces here. It comes down to how desperate the school is for an FT. I've seen some teachers who barely know what a verb is!Suzanna wrote:For china any TEFL certificate is recognized. I did a weekend course with i-2-i. You also need a degree for the school to be able to get you a visa.
Suzanna wrote:Generally they ask for 25 teaching hours per week (full time) plus 15 office hours. If you work less teaching hours ( 16 to 20) then usually there are no hours hours included. If you work for a private school evenings and 1 weekend day will be required.
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