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English Training Center Startup In China

I received many inquiries like"my friend and i would like to open an English training center in Shenzhen, Luohu district. we need the help of an attorney to help us go down the right path and also let us know what we can and cannot do due to laws etc." As a China business lawyer, I have helped a lot of English training or teaching institutions to set up their business in China. I will explain in detail regarding the steps and requirements.

1. You need to have a name for the training center.

2. The size of training center in Shenzhen is required to be more than 300m2. There are also requirement regarding the site of the center. It needs to be a safe place.

3. You need at least five qualified teachers.

4. Initial capital shall be at least US$16,500. These are basic requirements.The money should be deposit into bank account and audited by a qualified public accountant.

5. The time frame is usually 2 months or more.

6. You need to go to the educational authority to get forms.

Different cities have different policies. We recommend you to consult our China business startup lawyers before you take action.

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