Do you have a fluent command of written and spoken Mandarin? Are you qualified to teach Chinese as a foreign language, or do you have relevant experience of teaching in a school or University setting? Are you passionate about delivering an exceptional student experience?
We are looking for enthusiastic and experienced Mandarin teachers to join our team for a fixed period to cover staff-shortages caused by international travel restrictions.
There are three part-time roles available, and teachers will be allocated approximately 6-10 teaching hours per week.
The closing date to apply is Tuesday 25 August 2020.
The Fifth International Academic Symposium on Dialogue between Language Teaching and the Arts was held at the University of Leeds on 22 and 23 June 2023. The Business Confucius Institute was honoured to co-organise the Symposium and support this important work to further the ongoing dialogue between Chinese language teaching and the arts. Read the...
Students from Northern schools spent two days at the University of Leeds for a Chinese Culture Day run by the East Asian Studies Department (EAST) with support from the Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds (BCI).
Year 13 students from Harrogate Grammar School visited the University of Leeds to put some of their Mandarin learning into practice with Business Confucius Institute (BCI) teachers. The six students, who are about to take GCSE Mandarin alongside their A-levels, have been learning Chinese as an extracurricular option since Year 8. Harrogate Grammar School is...