Every school F.S. Pros works with is registered with the “State Adminstration of Foreign Expert Affairs."



Curious about teaching, but not sure if you can handle living in an unfamiliar culture? Worried about culture shock? Tired of being reassured by peopling trying to sell you a product or by pictures of westerners and text that could be written by anyone?

We understand you want to hear from real people. No matter if it is positive or negative, you simply want answers and when I first arrived in China that is what I wanted to and I am all to familiar with how difficult getting those answers can be, so please check out our culture shock and tips sections. Hopefully they will give you a better understanding of the difficulties you may face as well as the enjoyment.


Teaching in China.
Teaching English in China.

​F.S. Pros teaching recruitment

We identify a client's strengths and match them to an employer of an equal calibre, thus creating the best chance for success.

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F.S. Pros helped me find my first teaching job in China. They are more than a recruiting company; they're like a family away from home. They provide free Chinese lessons, host social activities, and are genuinely warm and caring people. I trust them, and I would recommend them wholeheartedly.

Jason B.


Make your first stop, the right stop.



First Stop Professionals international Teacher Recruitment

Teaching is easy, teaching well is hard and it takes a lifetime of feedback to become an excellent teacher. Schools know this and F.S. Pros knows this, so once a teacher is settled a member of the F.S. Pros team will stop by the new teacher's classroom to see how they are coping and also to discuss any issues they may be having, because just like the great Ernest Hemingway said "We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master."

When you use F.S. Pros you get more than great service. You get a membership to a community of people helping people.

Our assessments are broken into multiple categories and stages to filter out job market imperfections.