Please note all prices are in New Zealand Dollars ($NZD)
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More and more Au Pairs choose China as their gap year destination because they are attracted by the rich culture and its fascinating landscapes that China offers. For the time-honored history of the country – compared to the rest of the world – it is influenced by many different cultures and still offers a great cultural variety.
Our host families mostly live in Shanghai, either in suburban areas or downtown. Many city-based Chinese families live in apartments and only have one child due to China’s former Single Child Policy- the Chinese government ended the Single Child Police in 2015. No matter where your host family lives, you can be sure that it’s a comfortable home where you will have your own room.
Living with a host family will give you an up-close experience of everyday life within an exceptional Chinese family while creating opportunities for you to teach people about your country and culture as well. Chinese children are very inquisitive, so you can be assured they will ask questions and be very eager to learn.
What To Expect
Numadi prides itself in offering necessary support before and during an au pair’s stay in China. We are aware that au pairs come to China with a sincere desire to explore its culture and to take care of children with a loving and caring heart. We would love to be the cultural ambassador helping you adjust to your life in China, thus making it an amazing experience for you.
Have the opportunity to explore this utterly, amazing country in your spare time or once your placement is complete. Take the local train to the next city (it may take a day or more, but what better way to fully immerse yourself?), visit The Great Wall of China, The Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an, and the now-infamous Zhangjiajie Mountain (Avatar for those who didn’t know).
Upon arrival in Shanghai you will receive
- Welcome Pack
- Useful Mandarin phrases
- Shanghai Travel Guide & Metro Map
Upon completion of the Orientation Course, you will finally meet your placement hosts.
24/7 support is offered throughout the duration of your placement.
Program time span: 3 months-12 months
You give: 35 hours of childcare per week
You get Approx. $350 NZD pocket money+ $350 ticket stipend ( Transport allowance) /month
You study: 3 hours of Mandarin classes/week ( Paid for by family )
You get: 1.5 days off each week
You get: Up to $2290 NZD as ticket stipend
You get: Accident insurance
You get: Visa application & renewal fee reimbursement
You get: Medical insurance
You get: 3-12 days paid leave
Flights to and from China.
Visa – prices dependent on applicant location and citizenship.
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