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WELCOME TO ACADEMICS IN ASIA!

We’re here to help you on the exciting journey of teaching in China. This website introduces Sias International University (referred to as SIAS below) and its partner schools.

SIAS is the first American-owned university in Central China, and employs over 120 foreign teachers, providing the unique opportunity to become a part of an incredible community.

Sias accepts applications throughout the year, but its main hiring season is from January to May, for placement in the Fall semester. Qualified applicants who are unable to be placed at Sias are referred to its partner schools.

Tips, Travel, Teaching & Stories from the Team

  • I Choose to be Happy
    by Rebekah Pusateri on January 22, 2019 at 1:53 pm

    I can’t believe I’ve lived in China for almost five months. It feels like I’ve been in China much longer than that because of all the experiences I’ve had. Living abroad grows you in every aspect of life. When you are outside your comfort zone in a country with a different language and culture, away […]

  • These are a few of my favorite (Chinese) things
    by Sheila Knoll on January 14, 2019 at 1:16 pm

    As I am writing this, today is the Winter solstice. That means that we must make and eat dumplings. The legend is if we don’t eat dumplings today, our ears will fall off. Since I’m rather attached to my ears I’m going to eat dumplings today. Thankfully, some of my students invited me to make […]

  • The Adventure Bug
    by Rebekah Pusateri on January 1, 2019 at 2:44 pm

    by Rebekah Pusateri Expats have a special bond that unites them together despite differences in culture and background. They all have the adventure bug. The adventure bug is the urge, that constant itch, to go try something new, to experience something extraordinary. If someone makes the move to a different country, there must be an […]

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