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Teacher Training Program - UAE Ministry of Education

UAE: Middle East
Start date: 
February 1, 2020
Candidate Qualifications: 
University Graduate
Program name: 
Ministry of Education (MOE)
Positions available: 
Salary Range: 
$52,000 per year (USD)
Middle East

Rare Opportunity for New Graduates to Teach with the MOE in the UAE - No Teaching License Required!

Benefits Package

Further Benefits

  • Medical insurance and visa sponsorship for the teacher, spouse, and up to 3 dependents
  • Vacation includes all UAE national holidays and summer vacation

About this Role

We have an amazing opportunity for aspiring teachers to kick start their careers internationally by joining this professional development program. Move to the Middle East and earn a starting salary of USD $52,000 (to increase as you progress in the program and qualify as a fully licensed teacher). You will start the training program and be paid while you learn teaching strategies, pedagogy, and the curriculum knowledge you'll need to teach.

Opportunities like this are rare! Government teaching positions like this in the Middle East have always required a teaching license and experience from your home country, but this new opening only requires a 4-year degree. If you're interested, APPLY ASAP to secure your interview spot. 

Position Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Education: Bachelor's degree
  • Experience: No minimum requirement

Teaching in the UAE with the MOE

Working with the MOE is an amazing opportunity to be part of one of the largest education reforms in recent times. The MOE operates innovative and progressive schools in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ras Al Khaimah, Al Ain, Sharjah, Ajman, and Umm Al Quwain which strive to provide a world-class education for their students. Exceptional teachers are needed to teach various subjects, through English, with support from local teachers and management. If you're looking for a rewarding position and the opportunity to experience a unique new country and culture, this is the position for you.


Make your resume stand out!

  • If you don’t have classroom experience, include any experience working with kids or teenagers tutoring, coaching sports teams, music teaching, babysitting, Sunday school volunteering, summer camp counseling, etc. It all counts!
  • If you have a TEFL certificate, include it on your resume. If not, we highly recommend enrolling in a 120 TEFL hour course and state that it’s in progress on your resume. Check out our Recommend TEFL Courses.
  • For more tips on how to present your experience check out our RESUME GUIDE


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