Chongqing University of Technology (Chongqing)


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Founded in 1940 as part of the provisional capital of China, CQUT has over seven decades of experience in higher education. During this time, CQUT has emerged as a regional leader in scientific research, training facilities, academic rigor, and attracting high-quality faculty and students.

 

CQUT is situated in Ba’nan--just a quick bus ride from the heart of the city--on a beautiful 150-hectare campus. The university has a fixed assets of 2.1 billion RMB, with its facilities valued at 182 million RMB. The nine-story library, overlooking the waterfall and lake, boasts a collection of 2.3 million volumes. CQUT also contains many well-equipped workshops, laboratories, factories and training centers, and works with a total of 170 facilities both on-site and off-site.

 

Student life is diverse, as CQUT is home to students from every region, province and municipality in China, from Beijing to Tibet. Today, there are 24,000 full-time students (including 1,008 graduate students) studying across 55 undergraduate programs and 39 graduate programs in 17 schools and 56 research institutions. Each year, students compete throughout China in contests for mathematical modeling, electronic design, and technology, and have won over 300 titles. The Chinese Ministry of Education has ranked CQUT as one of the “Top 50 Universities in Promoting Students’ Employment.”

 

CQUT remains focused on engineering and technology, but also holds robust programs in language, business and computer science. A faculty of 1,701 teachers work in the university across all disciplines--nearly 75% of the school’s full-time teachers have either a Master’s or PhD. Faculty have produced over 4,100 research papers, many of them in top journals, and received numerous awards for teaching excellence.

 

The university shares a close relationship with the city of Chongqing, particularly its engineering and automotive industries. CQUT has undertaken over 500 research projects with municipal partners, which bring in about 50 million RMB for the school each year. For its efforts, the university has been awarded several national and hundreds of regional prizes, and remains one of the top 100 Chinese universities for patents.

 

With its commitment to academic excellence, core competitiveness and overall contribution to society, CQUT has been confirmed as a leader in Chinese education. Li Lanqing, member of the CPC standing committee and vice premier of the State Council, has said “CQUT has made use of its strengths to secure its characteristics and performance” while Huang Qifan, mayor of Chongqing, has said “CQUT has enjoyed the fastest development, undergone the swiftest change, and become the most eye-catching university of Chongqing.”


        


Monthly Salary: 8000 RMB- 12,000 RMB

                          100 RMB for every extra Teaching Hour if the total workload exceeds 270 Teaching Hours in a semester
Extra 80RMB subsidy for each day working in Liangjiang Campus;
Paid winter and summer vacation within the contract period: 

1st Mar,2023 - 15th Jan, 2024
1st Sep,2023 - 15th Jul, 2024

Telephone allowance: 60 Yuan/ per month;

Insurance (Comprehensive Insurance & Protection Scheme for Foreigners Staying in China of Ping An Annuity Insurance Company, Ltd.);
Free return tickets for one-year contract;
Housing
: free apartment on campus with TV set, air-conditioner, fridge, washing machine, hot water device, furniture and cooking utensils, etc.;
Electricity and water use: free water, 600 kW free electricity;
Free internet access;
Free physical inspection;
Work visa / residence permit;
Join international students’ Chinese class for free

 

Requirement

Native English Speaker
Bachelor Degree or above
TEFL/TESOL/CELTA Certificate Preferred
2-year Teaching Experience Required

 

Documents Needed from Applicants for Teaching Posts of CQUT
If applicant is not in Mainland China and has no Z-visa to Mainland China within last five years and apply for a new Z-visa
1. application form
2. cover letter and C.V. (full information of experience and education with education starting from high school, time format: date/year)
3. passport copy (first page, page of last visa to China if any)
4. “No Criminal Record” Certification
5. degree copy (highest)
6. other certificates (TEFL, TESOL, etc.)
7. Signed contract
8. One electronic photo as in passport
9. recommendations from your previous employer (best from educational one)
10. PHSYSICAL EXAMINATION RECORD FOR FOREIGNER (copy or original, one can do physical examination in Chongqing)

If applicant is not in Mainland China and has a Z-visa to Mainland China within last five years
1. application form
2. cover letter and C.V. (full information of experience and education with education starting from high school, time format: date/year)
3. passport copy (first page, page of Z-visa to China)
4. degree copy (highest)

5. other certificates (TEFL, TESOL, etc.)
6. Signed contract
7. One electronic photo as in passport
8. recommendations from your previous employer (best from educational one)
9. travel visa (L-visa) to China
10. PHSYSICAL EXAMINATION RECORD FOR FOREIGNER (copy or original, one can do physical examination in Chongqing)

 

If applicant is in Mainland China and has Z-visa no longer than 5 years
1. application form
2. cover letter and C.V. (full information with education starting from high school)
3. passport copy (first page, page of last entry with Z-visa to China if any)
4. degree copy (highest)
5. other certificates (TEFL, TESOL, etc.)
6. Signed contract
7. recommendations from your last employer in Mainland China
8. copy of Foreign Expert Certificate (if working in China)
9. PHSYSICAL EXAMINATION RECORD FOR FOREIGNER (copy or original, with Z-visa, one can do physical examination in Chongqing)