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Asked by Tinaye from Zimbabwe | Jan. 21, 2015 03:08
About:Visa Policy of China

I have recently completed my studies in Hangzhou and I hope that I could get a Z type for teaching.

However, even with a PhD (not in education) they wanted to see two full years working experience in a non-training school as a full time worker. That means cumulative teaching experience in part time jobs (even if it were consistently the same school) was not counted as experience. So my application was rejected. Has anyone else had this happen to them?

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Answered by Nick from Japan | Jan. 24, 2015 01:23
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Tinaye, I know that schools usually require working experiences. Did the authorities tell you clearly that you were rejected for having no working experiences? If not, there might be some other hidden reasons. According to what I know, they turn down the applications without telling why.
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