Did you know, that China is often considered the longest continuous civilization that left an impact on the global development in many areas of activity? The Chinese invented the paper, printing, compass and gunpowder to name a few.
If you are interested to explore the fascinating Chinese culture, we have gathered here all the important information to turn your goal to reality!
Au Pair in China requirements
We expect all the participants to be healthy, unmarried, without own children and with some child care experience as you will be working with kids. In addition to these, to participate in the Au Pair program in China
, you need to meet certain requirements. We have gathered the main profile of the Au Pair participant below:
Age: 18 - 29 years
Education: school diploma
Language skills: good command of English
Law: clear criminal record.
If you meet the requirements mentioned above, don’t hesitate and ...
Au Pair free registration
Step by step guide to au pairing in China!
Below you can find five simple steps to your experience in China:
Find a Host Family at AuPair.com
To facilitate the process, read our Au Pair Guidebook. If you are already a member on AuPair.com, then you can create an attractive profile
and start contacting potential Host Families!
Check your passport validity
Your passport needs to be valid during the visa application as well as during the whole stay in China!
Sign the Au Pair contract
is a formal document that can help you to avoid many problems during the Au Pair stay
. It will be as well required during the visa process. Note down all the important details discussed between you and your Host Family in the contract and ensure that both parties sign it.
You might need the X or F type of visa
depending on the length of intended stay in China. AuPair.com collected for you the following information.
Take care of the insurance
After you clarify with the visa, think of your safety abroad. Choose the right insurance for China
that will cover the whole stay and discuss it also with your Host Family!
Most probably you will arrive in China by plane. To ensure a smooth integration into a new country, read more about the documents you might need for the border control. Read also about other things to consider taking with you abroad