Sias offers a variety of academic courses, taught primarily through two departments: the School of Foreign Languages and School of Business (the School of International Education is a separate program offered through Fort Hays State University).
Academic teachers prepare lectures and discussions for classes of 60 students on average, and multimedia classrooms are assigned for these courses. The full-time teaching load for academics is 12 class hours a week, providing ample time for preparation and meeting with students. Textbooks and other resources, including supervision, are provided.
Applicants with corresponding degrees, teaching experience or work experience in an academic course discipline will be considered for openings.
We will not have confirmed openings for Fall until late March, but we can discuss course options in an interview with you. Follow our updates on Facebook with the hashtag #TeachAcademicsInAsia
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- Minimum of Baccalaureate degree (Higher degrees preferred with additional compensation in salary)
- 2 years of teaching experience required or completion of TEFL China certificate. Contact Usfor more information.
- Desire to interact in a cross-cultural setting
- Willingness to learn and develop teaching with excellence
- Ability to work with a myriad of people from different cultures and backgrounds
- Willingness to enter into a foreign country with patience and diligence
- Airfare to China
- Return Airfare (with completion of one-year contract)
- Medical Care Allowance
- Accident Insurance
- Private Apartment
- Internet and Utilities Paid
- Three Free Meals Per Day
- Free Weekend Trips
- Paid Winter Holiday
- Free Chinese Lessons
- Salaries start from 4500-6500 RMB ($650-950) a month depending on degree attained. Every year teachers get a raise and signing a 3-year contract after the first semester gives teachers a 16.7% raise.
Positions require an MA Degree
– Cross-culture Communication (1-semester SIE course where teacher switches to Oral English second semester)
– GLE and UNIV (introduction to US College Level Courses)
– Math Teacher to teach calculus and statistics to international students.
– Business school and International School teaching these classes:
– Business Policy and Strategy
– Management Accounting
– International Settlements
– Business Negotiation and Skills
– Theory and Practice of Custom
– Strategic Management for Enterprises
– Futures Trading
– Corporate Governance
– Environmental Economics
– International logistics
– International Business Negotiation
– Currency Banking