7 Things To Know About Teaching Jobs in UAE

Teaching jobs in Dubai and other cities in the United Arab Emirates accompany a large group of incredible advantages. Here are some facts you would wish to know before moving to UAE.

 

1. Do I need to know Arabic before educating in UAE?

   No. UAE is a worldwide business center point, so you can expect road signs, place names, and promotions to be in English and Arabic. For English teachers, a few schools even incline toward candidates with no Arabic foundation, to forestall something besides English from being spoken in the school.

 

2. Tax-Free Planet!

    This explanation alone makes all the seven city-states of UAE, i.e., Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Umm al-Quwain, Fujairah, Ajman, and Ras al-Khaimah the ideal spots to live for individuals who are keen on saving cash. Moreover, it gives educators a great way of life.

 

3. Salary and Saving money

     When teaching within the UAE you will be unquestionably be offered generous compensation and benefits, with numerous teachers migrating to this part of the world to have some savings because their income will be tax-exempt. Compensations vary depending on experience and the school you get the job in, with the high end of the compensation scale coming to around 70,000 - 80,000 USD per annum for experienced teachers, and the lowest around 30,000 USD per annum, without tax being deducted. Accommodation could also be provided to the teachers.

     Some other advantages may include air tickets - in case you apply from your nation you'll be flown to the place you're working in and after each year of work you may be given a flight back, health care coverage; which may or may not cover your family as well, and at the end of the 12 months of service you are entitled to a bonus, it includes up to one month's compensation.

 

4. No Rent

    Teachers within the UAE mostly do not need to pay rent. Typically this is one big expenditure for the people. Sometimes teachers are provided accommodation in and around the city by the schools.

 

5. Qualification and experience

     A TEFL/TESOL/IELTS certification isn't compulsory to hold for the teachers in UAE since most schools are hiring teachers with government-issued education licenses and/or education degrees. If you do not have experience teaching ESL understudies, taking a quality TEFL course will teach you techniques to associate better with your learners. The work experience required by the teachers in UAE differs by the emirate. Overall, UAE needs the below qualifications:

1. Primary Teaching Qualifications (Grade 1 to Grade 5): Bachelor's / Master's of Education from regular authorized universities along with UG specialization in the teaching subject as a Primary Teaching Criteria.

2. Middle School Teaching Qualifications (Grade 6 to Grade 8): Bachelor's / Master's of Education from regular authorized universities along with PG specialization in the teaching subject as a Middle School Teaching Criteria.

3. High School Teaching Qualifications (Grade 9 to Grade 10): Bachelor's / Master's of Education from regular authorized universities along with PG specialization in the teaching subject as a High School Teaching Criteria.

Freshers with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) along with Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) training will always be an added advantage which are mostly European country qualifications. M.Ed or Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) will certainly be a plus point to get a teaching job in the UAE job market. You can anticipate higher pay and more openings for advancement. 

 

6. Teaching license

    If you have a license to educate in your home country then you can certainly teach in UAE as well. Salaries mostly range from 10,000 AED and can go up to 20,000 AED a month or more.

 

7. Lifestyle

    UAE is perhaps the most international and foreigner-friendly nation worldwide, and when you get an opportunity to work in UAE you gain global experience like nowhere else in the world. For the convenience of the ex-pats residing in the UAE, the public signs are written in English not only in Arabic. UAE is home to thousands of ex-pats is known to be 'world-class metropolises' that are comfortable living and satisfied working there. UAE being a cultural hub there are a lot of ways where you can meet new people and socialize; it's a place that offers everything from sports to nightlife. You will get a chance to understand and benefit from the multicultural environment in UAE. Working in UAE implies your colleagues will most certainly be from over the globe as well and you will get to work with individuals from New Zealand, South Africa, the UK, local people, and more all who will have different mindsets and backgrounds.

 

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Blogger: Neha Gupta. I am an MBA, pursuing Digital Marketing as my career choice. I have become completely consumed with excitement and inspiration to start a blog for AcadsHR. I have realized the many benefits that blogging can bring. I am happy to share some facts with you all which will be helpful if you are looking for teaching jobs in UAE.