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Teaching English in Middle East

Schools in Middle Eastern nations such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates have a crucial requirement for certified English teachers. The University classes conducted in a few of the Arab nations are taught in English.

Besides, the prime location of the region at the crossroads of the East and West has transformed urban areas like Dubai into pure leisure and commercial hubs where most of the communication takes place in English. Most of the jobs in the education sector in wealthy Gulf countries are meant for experienced teachers who are TEFL certified with a bachelors’ or masters’ in education.

Individuals who are qualified enough to be selected for the available teaching positions enjoy the perks of high salary packages, that range from $2,500 to $6,000 with added benefits such as free housing and flights to and from their home country.

The pay scale is comparatively lower in countries like Jordan, Turkey, Morocco, and Egypt but such job profiles require only a four-year degree or less, apart from a TEFL/TESOL certification. Moreover, the low cost of living in these countries does not make living much difficult even with the low pay. There are several opportunities to include oneself in one of the great regions in the world, famous for its history and culture.

Key Points regarding teaching English abroad in the Middle East:

  • Advance meetings are the best way to get some work for most of the available job
  • openings in the Gulf Countries like Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, UA, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait.
  • Adherence to nearby social standards is a common thing to practice for the teachers and could be drastically unique from what the Western world practices. Few districts may have limitations on individual freedom or choices, for example, dressing styles or the option to consume liquor can vary country wise, including regional contrasts within certain nations.

Teaching English in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia provides its qualified English teachers monthly salaries that are tax free. Average fees range from $1,500-$3,000 with added benefits such as furnished housing, airfare to and from theirnative country, and even health insurance…

Teach English in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Dubai

Qualified English educators hoping to carry out their teaching specialty in the United Arab Emirates can acquire anywhere between $1,800-$5,000 of tax-exempt pay each month; maybe significantly more in certain occasions…

Teaching English in
Kuwait

A rich deposit of oil, you can get a unique blend of coastal scenery, stunning desert, and traditional Arab culture in the Arabic nation of Kuwait. Throw the cosmopolitan Kuwait City into the mix and…

Teaching English in
Qatar

A modern and prosperous state, Qatar is most popular for having rich assets of oil and gas. It is home to the third-largest gas reserves in the world and the nation’s per capita GDP also ranks among either the highest or second-highest globally...

Teaching English in
Bahrain

Bahrain may be a small island state but there is no shortage of takers among foreign teachers looking to make a teaching career in the Middle East. Lucrative contracts on offer in the country are undoubtedly the real reason behind this, making...

Teaching English in
Oman

A country found at the ancient crossroads of South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa connected through trade links to each other, Oman has a lengthy and unique tale of national history to boast of…

Teaching English in
Egypt

It was in the 1880s that Egypt was first introduced to the English language on a large scale as the nation was effectively brought under British control. The country managed to gain independence in 1952 and since then the language…

Teaching English in Israel & Palestinian Territories

As one of the more cosmopolitan and dynamic nations in the region engaging in extensive interaction with the global community in terms of culture and economy...

Teaching English in
Jordan

A comparatively tiny job market for English teachers that is experiencing fast growth, Jordan is gaining popularity for its stunning ruins of ancient sites like Petra and Jerash, its people and their warm hospitable nature, and the traditional Bedouin culture...

Teaching English in
Lebanon

Though Lebanon is a relatively small market for English teachers, the country is popular for the cosmopolitan city of Beirut, a broad religious and cultural diversified population, exquisite cuisine, and spectacular natural beauty...

Teaching English in
Morocco

An intriguing nation in North Africa, Morocco has for most of the time considered French to be its second language. Yet, today it is home to one of the largest North African English-teaching markets with several young Moroccans looking to . . .

Teaching English in
Turkey

Apart from its stunning coastlines and very old history, Turkey is home to one of the hottest European economies. It also has one of the largest global job markets for those looking to teach English abroad…