Teach in Qatar

Qatar Teaching Jobs


Living and teaching in Qatar will certainly give you insight into a rich traditional and modern society. Qatar teaching jobs will provide teachers and their families a secure and safe environment while meeting respectful and welcoming Qatari parents and children and many multi-ethnic communities. While teaching in Qatar, teachers will enjoy an accommodating blend of old-world traditions and modern day amenities – Simply an amazing journey worth taking! Consult our job postings If you wish to teach in Qatar.

Since the mid-1800s, Qatar transformed itself from a poor country noted mainly for pearling into a vibrant State with significant oil and natural gas revenues, which enables Qatar to have a per capita income above some of the leading industrial countries. Qatar is rapidly gaining interest among foreigners as it hosted the 2006 Asian Games and is now scheduled to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Oil accounts for more than 30% of GDP, roughly 80% of export earnings, and 58% of government revenues. Qatar has proved oil reserves of 15 billion barrels and its reserves of natural gas exceed 7 trillion cubic metres, more than 5% of the world total and is the third largest in the world.
Qatar is a one of the Gulf countries in the Middle East with a population of 1.5 million people, partly comprised of a large expatriate community. Official language is Arabic and English is widely used as the common second language, so you won't get lost if you decide to go teach in Qatar.

If you would like to teach in Qatar, you should probably know that Qatar started a comprehensive education reform at the beginning of the new millennium known as “Education for a New Era”. It is aiming at introducing a modern, world-class education system based on best international practices combined with Qatar’s unique culture. “Education for a New Era” is built on four principles:

1) Autonomy: Allowing schools and teachers to be innovative in their approach to meeting the needs of individual students and parents within the framework of the curriculum standards.

2) Accountability: Implementing an objective and transparent assessment system to hold all school leaders, teachers and parents responsible for the success of students.

3) Variety: Encouraging different types of schools and instructional programs.

4) Choice: Allowing parents to select the school that best fits their children’s needs and seeking their input on important school decisions. Qatar follows a policy of compulsory education until the end of the elementary stage and free education to all its citizens. Basic education consists of the following stages: Elementary – 6 years, Middle School – 3 years and Secondary – 3 years.

Qatar has 113 elementary schools and 41 secondary schools for both boys and girls. Qatar also has private schools for all resident communities including British, Canadian and American schools. If you would like to teach in Qatar, simply consult our billboard for teaching positions in Qatar, including teaching jobs in Doha.

Teaching in Doha, Qatar will transform you. Qatar has almost 360 days of guaranteed sunshine with a few days of rain between November and March. The temperature ranges from warm to hot throughout the year, ranging from 16º C to 38º C. Don't wait any longer, consult our teaching positions for Doha or any other cities in Quatar.

Souq Waqif: The traditional old marketplace of Qatar has been revamped with many excellent restaurants, hosting entertainment and a very vibrant atmosphere at night. The place to go for traditional products and souvenirs - bargaining is recommended.

The Museum of Islamic Art: A beautiful place to wander around in and look at ancient ceramics, scrolls, jewelry and other items all painted with Islamic art. They often have special exhibitions where they bring objects from other parts of the world. The view is also wonderful.

The Pearl: A man-made island connected to Doha by a bridge. You can find a wide variety of restaurants and shops, mainly in the luxury range, nestled around a marina berthing beautiful yachts. An exclusive place to live.

Aspire: This breath taking Olympic stadium home of the 2006 Asian Games includes a 5 star hotel in the main tower shaped like a torch.

Villaggio Mall: A spectacular Venetian style shopping mall with a canal and gondola rides. A wide variety of shops from casual to luxury.

Katara: Cultural village which is home to many international and Arab restaurants, a beautiful beach, and hosts many cultural events.  Definitely a place to see especially on weekends and one of the great benefits of a Qatar teaching job. More reasons to start teachin in Qatar.

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