Teaching jobs in Bahrain

Teaching in Bahrain

Bahrain offers a mix of cultures with expats and locals living together. A popular place for Saudi Arabians to visit, Bahrain has always played an important role in the region since Alexander the Great.

As an island country, it is one of the wealthiest in the world and is connected to Saudi Arabia via the 25km King Fahd Causeway. From its amazing cultural heritage to its modern structures, Bahrain is a fascinating place to live and work.

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 Bahrain 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.

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Teaching jobs in Bahrain

Living in Bahrain

There are thousands of expats living in Bahrain so by moving there you’ll never feel alone. The capital Manama was recently voted the best city in the world to emigrate to according a report, ‘The Expat City Ranking’. The city scored highly in the ‘getting settled index’. People find it easy to get by without speaking Arabic, and that it is easy to make friends.

For international teachers working there, they benefit from living in a safe environment where crime is low. The country is clean and the infrastructure, including public transport and motorways are always improving.

The cost of living is reasonable with a 1-bedroom apartment in the capital costing £726 per month.

Cost of living in Bahrain

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

If you can’t find something that meets your requirements, don’t worry. Our consultants can work with you to help get your adventure started. We’re working with new schools every day and are interested in hearing from qualified teachers just like you.

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