No, an Edu Au Pair is not an employee of a company or the host family but rather a person on an exchange program with the emphasis on learning the cultural and language aspects by living and immersing themselves with a family. In many respects, the host family regards you as one of the family [...]
A timetable is arranged with the host family where time with the child/children and family is expected and spare-time for study is identified. Chinese classes are taken during your spare time. Typically this will be 2 times a week. Alternatively, a candidate can arrange to go to a school close to the family’s home. We [...]
A recent medical letter or report from your doctor or hospital in your home country that provides sufficient reasonable evidence that states you are both physically and mentally fit for the purpose of performing the duties as an au pair with children of a host family in China.
In most cases, you must contact the local nearest police station or Public Security Bureau to apply and obtain a clearance certificate. You will have to: Provide personal information and documents including as photos, fingerprints, or your addresses and dates of the most recent or current country that your reside Pay and settle application fee [...]
General rule, foreign nationals need a visa to visit Mainland China. There are exceptions to the general rule when a visa-free entry can be granted. But these will not apply in such circumstances for a visiting foreign national. It is important to note that although officially part of China, Hong Kong and Macau will have [...]
Due to China's one child policy, most of the host families only have one child. Only in special cases families might have 2 children.
Yes, our Au Pair in China program is open for both male and female applicants between 18 and 29 years of age and we welcome girls and guys equally. Actually many Chinese families would like to have a male Au Pair as their children’s big brother.