In the fifth century BCE, Herodotus wrote, ‘Nowhere are there so many marvelous things’. The Sphinx, Nile, pyramids at Giza, Karnak Temple, and Valley of the Kings are just a few of the wonders from one of the world’s oldest cultures. For over 70 centuries, Egypt has contributed to the history of the world. From an ESL teaching perspective, this region represents some of the best-paid positions in North Africa, and with over 17 million residents in Cairo alone there are sufficient opportunities. The students will be friendly, energetic, and eager to learn.
Requirements : Bachelor Degree and The Canadian College of Linguistics’ TEFL/TESOL Certificate Typical Contract : Six months or two years Peak Hiring Season : Year round Teaching Hours/Week : 20 – 25 Monthly Salary* : 3,000 – 8,000 EGP Private Tutoring : 80 – 130 EGP/hr Cost of Living : Cost of a Big Mac = 13 EGP Income Tax : 6 – 16% Accommodations : Usually included or housing allowance Airfare : Sometimes included Health Care : Usually included Holidays : Usually paid Visa : Employer assisted Important Notes :
Preference given to males
Postgraduate degree and previous ESL teaching experience may be required.