Apply for a 2014-15 Teaching Appointment at Huaqiao University

China CollageThe WRD department is currently accepting applications to teach writing and ESL at DePaul’s sister school, Huaqiao University, located in Fujian, China. Read more about WRD’s relationship with Huaqiao here.

Apply for a 2014-15 Teaching Appointment

To be considered for a 2014-15 teaching appointment at Huaqiao, applicants should plan to complete and submit the following materials no later than March 10th:

  •  A letter of application—approximately 300 to 400 words—in which you explain your commitment to teach at Huaqiao for a one-year commitment and foreground your training and experience to do so; the letter should also indicate that you are eligible to apply for a Chinese (Z) work visa, and that you will complete the visa application process on receipt of an Employment Permit and Visa Notification Letter
  • A current CV (or academic resume), which clearly shows the anticipated graduation date for any program of study in progress
  • A recent physical exam and the completed exam form (download here)
  • A valid passport that is not dated to expire before 1/1/16.  If you do not have a passport or yours expires before this date, you are strongly encouraged to apply for one immediately. Please send a copy of the first page.

Please submit all application materials via email to wrd[at] (Subject: Last Name – Huaqiao Teaching Application) by March 10, 2014.

Professor Jason Schneider and Professor Peter Vandenberg will submit applications directly to Huaqiao’s English department. The 2014-15 academic year at Huaqiao begins in July. 


Please contact Professor Jason Schneider (jschne12[at] or Professor Peter Vandenberg (pvandenb[at]

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