雅思, 托福, 经济学, 商务英语
Masters degree from Cambridge University. IELTS examiner. Teaching experience since 1987 in the UK and China.
I am an experienced and dedicated IELTS examiner and teacher with sixteen years teaching and examining experience.
I also worked from 1990-1995 as a producer of short films related to current affairs in London.
I am married, 52, and currently working in the British Council as an examiner, and as a one to one IELTS tutor in Beijing,
BA and MA degrees in English and History of Art from the University of Cambridge, UK.
Cambridge CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults)
Extensive teaching experience of ages 12-tertiary
Research Methodology, English literature and language, , Economics. Bu studiess.
July 2014-present. IELTS Tutor [part-time] for Aoji, Beijing.
IELTS examiner [Speaking and Writing] for British Council since 2010.
January 2011-14, lecturer, Research Methodology, NCUK post-graduate programme, Beijing, lecturing on Research Methodology to Chinese students hoping to study in the UK at post-graduate level.
August 2008-December 2010, Central University of Nationalities, Beijing, China.
July 2006-July 2008 Guoluo High School, Qinghai, China. Recommendation available from leaders of school.
January-July 2006 Substitute/Supply teacher, Norfolk County Council, UK.
July 2004 -December 2005 Kungshon Language School Lhasa China.
January 2003-July 2004 International House Language Academy Qingdao, China.
January-December 2002 Sookmyung University, Seoul, Korea.
September 1996-December 2001 Head of English and Religious Education Eccles Hall School, Norfolk, UK.
January-September 1996 Supply (Substitute) teacher, Norfolk, UK.
July 1990 - November 1995 International Department, Conservative Central Office, London, UK.
January 1986-July 1990 Head of English and Religious Education, Beeston Hall School, Norfolk, UK.
During my period (1990-1995) as researcher at Conservative Central Office I prepared research reports, wrote letters and contributed to speeches for senior politicians and government members. Currently I am preparing a group of students at the Northern Consortium of UK Universities in Beijing for their dissertations in preparation for studying at Universities in the English-speaking world.
Buddhist Conferences and Symposia
October 2013 Presented paper to Dahui Chan Symposium “Dahui Zonggao Liberator and Traditionalist,” Jingshan Temple, Hangzhou.
November 2013 Invited to present paper to Yongjia Chan Symposium, Wenzhou, China; “Perspectives on Emptiness, Truth and Enlightenment from East and West Asia: Yongjia Xuanjue 永嘉玄覺of Wenzhou and Heraclitus of Ephesus Ἡράκλειτος ὁ Ἐφέσιος.”
Translation from Tibetan of “The Joys and Sorrows of the Naktsang Boy,” Duke University Press ( December 2014 publication).
“Dahui Zonggao Liberator and Traditionalist,” Proceedings of Dahui Chan Symposium “Dahui Jingshan Temple, Hangzhou. (forthcoming n.d.)
Angus Cargill was born in the east of England in the U.K., the son of a farmer. At the age of 12 he won a scholarship to a High School near London, and subsequently entered Cambridge University in 1980. After graduating with an MA degree, he was appointed head of the English and Religious Education department of Beeston Hall School, a boarding high school in his home county. From 1990 to 1996 he worked as a researcher in the central headquarters of the Conservative Party in London, at that time the party of government in the UK, specializing in the emerging democracies of Eastern Europe. In 1996 he returned to teaching as Head of the English Department in Eccles Hall School, and in 2002 moved to South Korea as English teacher at Sookmyung University in Seoul. Since moving to China he has worked in the British Council as an IELTS examiner, at MUC and as a High School teacher in Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, where he worked for two years. He taught in Minzu University of China from August 2008-January 2011, when he moved to NCUK.
2011 - 2015
one to one tutor IELTS/TOEFL
Read, walk, travel, listen to music