As with all jobs, you will need a CV to apply for teaching jobs in China. It is also highly recommended you record an intro video too. Worry not! We have broken down the essential information here for you.


Your CV should be clear with easily accessible information. In China, they want to find the information they need as quickly as possible. It is also recommended to just keep your CV to one page, and choose easy to read fonts.

Here is what to lay out on your CV in the order it should be:


Intro Videos

The idea of filming an intro video feels extremely daunting, but it doesn’t have to be! Let us break it down for you.

First off:

What to record:

Name, age and current location
Hello! I’m ___________ and I’m ________ years old. I’m from _____________ and currently living in _________________ .

I have _________ years teaching experience as a ______________ teacher. My main duties were ______________ .

New role
I’m looking for a position as a _____________ . This will further my experience and I’m ready for a new challenge.

I’m currently available for face-to-face or video interviews and I’m contactable on email or WeChat. Please contact me if you have any relevant positions.


This is pretty much it! Once you’ve bossed your CV and intro video, you’ll be teaching in China in no time.