Is 57 too old to be accepted in China ?

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Is 57 too old to be accepted in China ?

Unread post by Thorium » 22 Apr 2018, 14:17

Hello folks,
I'm 57 in a few months. Before doing other research on TEFL possibilities in China, I'd like some feedback on whether I'm wasting my time, bearing in mind my age. I have a BSc and PGCE, and have taught maths in English secondary schools.

Working in a university appeals to me...

Thanks ;-)

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Re: Is 57 too old to be accepted in China ?

Unread post by Firefox » 05 May 2019, 14:48

Bit late I know but may be useful for someone else. I think 57 is tight, but I recently saw a job ad for China and I distinctly remember the age limit was 60. Sorry, can't remember where I saw it though. Somewhere on Teflnet I think.

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Re: Is 57 too old to be accepted in China ?

Unread post by John V55 » 06 May 2019, 00:49

Up to the age of 59 no problem. With a PGCE you’ll go in at the top end in China.
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