Academics In Asia is planning a retreat for Winter holiday. Can you guess what city?
13 Job Openings at Sias University. Apply by August 1st! Not sure if you qualify? We provide free consulting service for you: www.academicsinasia.com/do-i-qualify/ Requires BA Degree: 8 Oral English Teachers 1 Golf Instructor (email firstname.lastname@example.org for Job Description) Requires a MA Degree or Higher: 4 Business Teachers TIMELINE ESTIMATE for Joining Sias University Staff: August 1: Application Deadline (if you don't have your passport, its time to pay extra to get it rushed back to you) July 26-Aug 4: Interviews August 1-7: Job Offers August 1-25: TESOL Certification: American TESOL Institute (ATI) 120 hour Certificate is required for those who do not have 2-years teaching experience. If you have an English, Education or TESOL degree you don't need this certificate to qualify for a work visa. ATI takes 7-20 days (60-70 hours) + 10 days to authenticate the certificate. 15-25 days: Visa Paperwork sent digitally to Sias: Passport, Health Certificate, Authenticated Diploma, Referral letters, Simplified resume. Visa paperwork can be done simultaneously to the TESOL certification and should take roughly the same amount of time—about 15-25 days. August 15-30: Sias Visa office will obtain invitation letter. 5-10 business days: Visa Docs Sent to Visa Agent in LA. 3-5 days: LA Visa office receives your passport and goes to Chinese consulate for your Work Visa. During that time Sias purchases your flight to Zhengzhou! September 20 to October 1st: Arrival at Sias will be 3 days from the time the candidate receives passport in the mail from visa agent. Flexible Dates: Orientation: In-person and online before arrival October 1-7: October Holiday October 8: Teaching Begins December 28: Fall Semester Ends December 29 to Feb 20th: Paid Winter Holiday Watch more Academics In Asia YouTube Videos: https://www.youtube.com/academicsinasia
Teachers volunteer each year at #SunshineCamp. The camp’s motto is “developing servant leaders of integrity.” This year it is at #lingnanuniversity in Hong Kong. Day 1 Highlights.
Heather and Stella here--and signing off! It’s been a privilege to connect with you guys through videos, photos and other stories since 2016, but it’s time to welcome in a new social media team. They will bring their own voice to the stories about our unique community, and we are sure you'll be able to rely on them for all of your China information! Keep in touch with us on our personal accounts and see our latest projects adventures there! Lots of love, @had.captured and @stellahyunjin
One of the best sunsets in Xinzheng! As the sun sets over our little town, many teachers are packing their bags to head home. Tomorrow is the Oral English teacher’s leave date, and then the break will officially be here! It’ll be quiet around here for the summer, but we’ll be moving and grooving again when August rolls around. Everyone have a safe and relaxing summer. We’ll see you back next year!
Our last faculty meeting! Saying goodbye to all the teachers who are leaving this year! (It’s actually not a goodbye, we will see you next time!)
Final is here! All of the Sias teachers are busy with preparing the final exams! Can’t find empty seats at the cafe!😉🤓💻
Can you guess why John is holding Mr.Moose?? Check out our “what to pack” part 2 video! Link in Bio! 👉🏼 #canadianpride #canadiansnacks
Hopefully we can answer all your questions about packing for China living! This video is based on current teachers experiences! Full video is Link in Bio! 👍🏽