In the summer of 2018 RHT Education will convene its Youth Leadership and STEAM Camps. These are two camp programs held in both Hunan and Jiangsu Provinces. Teachers will teach in the program of their choice and experience both provinces during their stay.

These camps have been developed in response to the Chinese education communities’ needs:

Youth Leadership for primary school students of Years 5 & 6

- Environmental Science theme

STEAM project-based learning for high school students of Year 10

- Underpinning preparation for Chinese university entrance test

About us

CIEI is a unit of the Chinese Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) under the direction of the Chinese Ministry of Education. It is responsible for conducting international educational exchanges and cooperation. RHT is China’s leading provider of international educational programs.

CIEI and RHT operate programs with North America, the UK, Australia, and mainland Europe, focusing on innovative programs, professional placements and high-end support services.

The Program

The ‘Summer in China” programs bring experienced teachers to China and provides them with a secure platform from which to gain international teaching experience. The program includes:

Accommodation and lifestyle support services
Fully provided curriculum and periodic professional development sessions
Pre-camp orientation
Structured teaching team with a mix of experienced and newly qualified teachers
Reimbursed airfares
Teach two camps, one in each province
Enjoy 7 days fully paid China highlights tour at the completion of the program
The Programs
Nanjing, Jiangsu Province
07-20 July
Changsha, Hunan Province
23 July-05 August
Changsha, Hunan province
07-20 July
Yancheng, Jiangsu Province
23 July-05 August
Elementary students of Years 5 & 6
Classes capped at 20 students
2 visiting + 2 Chinese teachers per class
Curriculum theme on Environmental Science
High school students of Year 10
Classes capped at 25 students
2 visiting + 2 Chinese teachers per class
Project-based curriculum

The program itself is divided into three phases, all administered by CIEI and RHT.

Phase 1- Recruitment (January to February)

The recruitment phase focuses on each candidate’s suitability. A series of interviews will assess each candidate’s abilities and gauge which positions would be most suitable.

Phase 2- Preparation (March-June)

After a contract has been offered and signed by all parties preparation will commence. Preparation is split into two parts; the visa process, and placement orientation.

Visa process
Teachers will be provided with all the required visa documentation and instructions. After the visa has been approved and all pre-departure checks have been completed, the teacher will be ready to fly to China.
Prior to departure, teachers will receive copies of their programs curriculum and the role they will be expected to play. Online live is available for questions that may arise. On arrival in China teachers will be greeted at the airport and taken to the training centre. There they will receive training and orientation. This comprehensively details the program’s mechanisms and includes advice on living in China, some survival Chinese, and an overview of the courses they will be teaching.

Phase 3- Teaching (July-August)

After the orientation teachers will be placed at their program sites. The programs are designed as 2 x 13 day camps plus the 7 day tour at the completion of the program. Teachers will be transported by high speed train between the two provinces.

Each classroom will have four staff in attendance. A lead experienced and qualified visiting teacher supported by a qualified bilingual Chinese teacher plus a visiting graduate student and a bilingual Chinese teaching assistant.

There is no requirement to speak Chinese as the programs are designed to be delivered in English. All students will have been pre-selected and enrolled on their ability to communicate in English.


The ‘Teach in China Program’ has been designed to maximise the benefits for its participants. Here are just a few:

Add international work experience to your resume
Experience your vocation through a new lens
Spend five weeks in China all expenses paid
Become part of an international working community
Graduate programs seek applicants with ‘real world experience’
Learn about authentic China
Contribute as a philanthropist by improving students’ English skills
Increase your independence with a built-in safety net

Aside from career benefits, teachers will travel extensively in China during the summer. Programs, travel and tours arranged through CIEI and RHT ensure that each participant’s experience in China are safe and hassle free.


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