|Get a Tourist Visa and Take Your Time Looking
Finding a teaching job in Egypt is a bit more difficult now than in the past. Private K-12s, where the language of instruction is English, now annually produce graduates fluent in both English and Arabic who go on to take positions previously filled by native speakers. Since most adult students want to know enough English to understand business and acquire computer skills, native speakers who want to teach in Egypt will do better if they are specialised in one of these two fields rather than in general language skills.
Plenty of jobs do exist, but it will be easier to find what you want if you are already in Egypt and have enough funds to see you through two or three months. Come on a tourist visa and take your time looking around. Applicants with an internationally recognized certificate in teaching English as a foreign language or a second language are hired straight away.
Notting Hill College School of Teacher Training offers many programmes in Egypt, including the Foundation TEFL Certificate, Advanced TEFL Certificate, and a Diploma in the Theory and Methodology of TESOL. All courses are available in different learning formats: distance learning with facilitation, classroom-based and intensive courses. There is also an intern period available to all native speakers. More information about available courses can be found at NHC main website www.nottinghillcollege.co.uk or at the site of NHC School of Teacher Training: www.school-of-teacher-training.co.uk.
Candidates can choose a part-time or a full-time job; all depends on your needs and personal plans. So what are you waiting for? Start your adventure today!!!