Are you looking for your next adventure?
Take a working vacation and experience the excitement of teaching in China - home to 1.4 billion people, the world's second-largest economy, and 50 UNESCO World Heritage sites. We have rolling opportunities to teach university courses in English at graduate and undergraduate levels in business or technology with our partner institutes in historic Beijing, modern Shenzhen, and tranquil Hangzhou.
Our short-term teaching assignments include competitive compensation, generous allowance, premium economy flights, world-class hotels, state-of-the-art teaching facilities, and dedicated program support. You will engage with enthusiastic students in an internationally oriented teaching environment and have ample free time to explore the country's rich culture, beautiful scenery, and diverse cuisine while you are here.
Join a team of fellow professionals who teach in City University of Seattle's China partner programs and take your expertise on the road. Travel to teach the discipline and skill set you've developed and now want to share on-site in the English-language MBA program at the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing or English-language undergraduate programs at Shenzhen Polytechnic College (SZPT) or Zhejiang Financial College (ZFC) in Hangzhou. Successful candidates will have the experience and credentials in their disciplines to create highly engaging student experiences, delivering their part of an integrated partner program representing an international point of view on business and technology.
MBA courses in the CityU/UIBE program are taught in full-day sessions over two consecutive weekends (office hours/free time during weekdays). Responsibilities include university and learning system orientation, class preparations, teaching on-site, grading assignments, and grade reporting.
Representative courses in MBA in Global Leadership program:
- Global Business Communication/Research
- Project Management and Prioritization
- Managing with Technology
- Applied Marketing
- People and Systems in Organizations
- Environmental and Corporate Responsibility
- International Human Resource Management
Courses in the undergraduate programs meet for full weekdays for two weeks. Responsibilities include university and learning system orientation, pre-course preparations, teaching on-site, grading, and after-class grade reporting.
Representative courses in the Bachelor of Arts in Management (International Business) program:
- Critical Thinking
- Professional Communication
- Organizational Communication
- International Management
Representative courses in the Bachelor of Arts in Management (International Logistics) program:
- The Effective Organization
- Operations Management
- International Trade Logistics
- Principles of Marketing
Representative courses in the Bachelor of Science in Computer Systems program:
- Web Design
- Operating Systems
- Information Security
- IT Service Management