WK International School was established 13 years ago. It is an adult English education programme owned by Buckingham Education Group.
The programme is committed to providing the best training of English for learners above the age of 12 years and business groups. It mainly focuses on teaching conversational English.
Content taught in this programme includes business English, travel English, English as a second language, Junior high school English and the IELTS.
|Subject to Teach||English|
|Teaching Hours Per Week||27 hours|
|Office Hours per week||40 hours (include 1hour lunch time per day)|
|Working Days Per Week||5 days|
|Class Size||1 – 8 people|
|Duration of Each Class||1 hour|
|Contract Length||One academic year|
|Start Time||The end of August|
|Foreign Teachers Requirements|
|English level||Fully English Speaker|
|Degree||BA degree or above|
|Terms of Employment|
|Travel allowance||Free travel provided once|
|Apartment||Provided or 1,500RMB allowance|
|Utility (Electricity, Water, Internet)||Self-paying|
|Over Work Allowance||150RMB per hour|
|Paid Holidays||5 days|
Chinese Name: 温州 (wēn zhōu)
Wenzhou lies in the southeastern coast of Zhejiang Province and is its economic and cultural centre. For centuries, the inhabitants here have relied on shipping, trading and fishing for their livelihoods. Its location on the sea has also been crucial to international trades. Shoes and electrical appliances produced here are popular both at home and abroad. Its citizens are progressive and open to western ideas. Millions of merchants have emigrated and started businesses throughout the world. The city is, therefore, a famous hometown of overseas Chinese.
Area: 12,065 square kilometers (4,658 square miles)
City Flower: Camellia
City Tree: Banyan
Administrative Division: 4 districts (Lucheng, Longwan, Ouhai, Dongtou); 5 counties (Yongjia, Pingyang, Cangnan, Wencheng, Taishun); 2 county-level cities (Rui’an, Leqing)
Wenzhou is a prefecture-level city in southeastern Zhejiang province, People’s Republic of China. The area under its jurisdiction, which includes two satellite cities and six counties, had a population of 7.7 million. About 2 millions residents live in Wenzhou’s city proper. It borders Lishui to the west, Taizhou to the north, and looks out to the East China Sea on its eastern coast.
The coast of Wenzhou is rich in natural resources. The long coastline gives the city abundant marine resources and many beautiful islands. Dongtou, one of the counties in Wenzhou, is also called the “County of one hundred islands”. Wenzhou also boasts wonderful landscapes with rugged mountains and tranquil waters, including three state-level scenic spots, namely the Yandang Mountain, the Nanxi River and the Baizhangji Fall-Feiyun Lake, and two national nature reserves, namely the Wuyanling Ridge and the Nanji Islands,
Besides the natural resources and beautiful view, Wenzhou is also a prosperous foreign treaty port, which provides billions of dollar’s income to our China. We welcome everyone come to Wenzhou and hope you will enjoy here.
Wenzhou Travel Tips
Physical Features: The long coastline here gives rise to many beautiful islands and rich marine life. There are over 370 kinds of fish and over 430 kinds of seashells. It is also rich in mineral resources including alunite, granite and quartzite. The city sometimes claims to be ‘World Alunite Capital’ due to large deposits of this mineral. There are over 280 kinds of trees.
Special Local Products: Local cuisine of this city features fresh seafood. Delicacies such as ‘Fish Boiled with Three Kinds of Shreds’, Garlic Seasoned Fishskin and other appetizers such as ‘Tall Man’ Wonton, ‘Lamp’ Cake and Fish Balls are all favourites renowned for their fresh taste, enticing aroma and beautiful presentation.
Local Highlights: This is a modern city with many good hotels and restaurants catering to visitors. Various stores along commercial pedestrian streets provide a shopping paradise. Comfortable bars, dancing halls and amusement venues enrich the city’s nightlife.
Zhejiang, a province in eastern China, encompasses a rural interior and urban centers along the East China Sea. The capital, Hangzhou, is the site of picturesque West Lake, with islands, gardens and landmarks such as 5-story Leifeng Pagoda. Wuzhen is notable among the province’s ancient water towns, with stone bridges, restored historic districts and waterways fed by the Grand Canal.
Cities in Zhejiang Province:
Hangzhou, the capital of China’s Zhejiang province, is the southern terminus of the ancient Grand Canal waterway, which originates in Beijing. Its West Lake, celebrated by poets and artists since the 9th century, encompasses islands (reachable by boat), temples, pavilions, gardens and arched bridges.
Please see the following links for cities in Zhejiang Province: