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2 posts, 2 voices , Tagged: China
|huntt3456 7 posts||
I'm currently doing my 145 hour TEFL course with i-to-i and I am about to email the documents required.
Before I do so though, I would like to ask a few questions. First of all, what should I put down for the cover letter? I don't want to write an essay if only a few paragraphs are needed. what content should be included in the cover letter? I'm assuming it be why I want to teach in China and how I will cope once I'm there? Is this correct?
On the teach english abroad site for i-to-i it states that the rent is free. Is this correct? Will I still have to pay bills once I'm there?
p.s. Should I include a photo on my CV/Resume (It has to be sent via email to i-to-i.com)
|FilterAngel 103 posts||
You almost certainly won't have to pay for your rent or bills. This is standard for teaching positions here in China.
The rest I cannot help you with as I have not done anything like that