The following documents are required to apply:
3. State-Issued Teaching License/Certificate (TESOL & CELTA)
4. Police Check/Police Clearance Certificate
5. Health Check Report
We welcome people of all backgrounds, ages, and experiences to apply to the program.
PIDI will send the notice of acceptance to each candidate within a month after sending the application.
The school year consists of two semesters. The big hiring period is in the Fall semester which begins in early August and runs till late January or early February. The other big hiring period is the Spring semester. It begins in mid-February and ends in late July. Many public or cram schools tie their schedules to the academic calendar and so they want to hire teachers who will stay throughout the whole year. However, we recruit throughout the whole year.
Foreign teachers should bring a deposit or check of value equal to NT$50,000 or up for teachers’ personal and living.
Teachers must arrange their flight itinerary and pay for their tickets first. The Taiwanese government will provide teachers with round-trip airfare reimbursement. Please note that the airfare reimbursement details are subject to the Employment Contract.
Teachers works 5 days a week, 8 hours a day. The school hours are typically from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (varies by school). On average, school teachers teach up to 22 periods per week.
The number of students typically ranges from 20-30 students.
Local coordinators will assist in finding the best accommodation for you.
Yes. Starting from 2012, all K-9 teachers in Taiwan have to pay income tax, including foreign teachers. According to the Income Tax Act of the ROC, the criteria determining which tax bracket a foreign taxpayer falls in is the “183-day rule” (for a calendar year from January to December).
Foreign taxpayers physically in Taiwan for 183 days or more in a calendar year are characterized as tax residents and have taxes withheld at a (minimum) 5% rate.
Foreign taxpayers physically in Taiwan for less than 183 days in a calendar year are characterized as non-residents and have taxes withheld at an 18% rate. Taxes are deducted from the teacher’s monthly salary by the host school. For over-withheld taxes, a tax refund can be claimed by filing an Individual Income Tax Return with the National Tax Administration. Actual rates/amounts will be calculated by and dependent on the guidelines of Taiwan’s IRS.
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