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Teaching in Abu Dhabi

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Abu Dhabi is an elixir of life in the desert sand of the Middle East. The region is a hub of international activity with western expats mixing with local Emiratis in harmony.

International schools are a key factor in the education landscape with families holding British and American schools in high-esteem. As a result, schools require qualified teachers and skilled practitioners in order to meet the exacting standards of a Western education.

To find out more about teaching in Abu Dhabi we encourage you to register your interest with us today. One of our consultants can then begin the process of finding opportunities that meet your expectations.


Teaching jobs in Abu Dhabi

Living in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is part of the United Arab Emirates which is bordered by Oman and Saudi Arabia. It is one of the major economies in the Middle East and is home to some of the largest conglomerates on the planet. Abu Dhabi has combined the natural beauty of the desert sands with impressive man-made architecture.

For international teachers working there, they benefit from living in a safe environment where crime is low as well as a large, established expat community. The country is clean and the infrastructure, including public transport and motorways are impressively efficient. Shopping malls, restaurant and beaches stretch for as far as the eyes can see.

The cost of living is reasonable with a 1-bedroom apartment in the capital costing £1,094 per month.

Cost of living in Abu Dhabi

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