Expat Teacher Interviews
Want to hear what it is actually like to live and work overseas? Below you will find a number of interviews with expatriate teachers who we have successfully placed in international schools.
If you wish to follow in their footsteps and secure an international teaching job, contact us now!!
An interview with Alan Asher, Head of Faculty, Al Khaleej Education, Saudi Arabia
Alan is a British expat teacher who we placed at an American international school in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Alan speaks very openly and honestly about his experience and it's safe to say, he loves it!
An interview with Kirk Stewart, Business English Teacher, LADO Business English, Taiwan
Kirk Stewart is a British ESL Teacher who has been living and working in Taiwan, for an organisation called LADO Business English Specialists. He gives a great account of what life is like as an English Teacher living in Taipei so still back and enjoy! (Not sure why the interviewer is behaving like he is on a game show at the start though😂😂)
An interview with Amelia Ray, Assessment Specialist / Lead Teacher, Ministry of Education, UAE
Amelia Ray is a British lady who has been living and working in the United Arab Emirates for a few years now, she started as an English Teacher and now looks after Assessments for the Ministry of Education. She is having a fantastic time, has adopted a dog and lives by the sea....
An interview with Muniza Vapiwala, Head of Humanities, Hay al Sharooq International School, Oman.
Muniza is a British lady from London who attended our recruitment fair in early 2018. She was looking for her first international job and we managed to secure her 2 offers and she chose to go to Oman! Needless to say, Muniza loves it.....
An interview with Zaishan Ahmed, ESL Teacher, Haida, China
Zaishan was fresh out of university and looking for a new and exciting role, he applied to us and ended up with an ESL job in China! Zaishan was the first to do a video interview and we are very grateful to him for this......
An interview with Salome Leseyane, ESL Teacher, The Oxford Partnership, Saudi Arabia
Salome is from South Africa and was hired by us to work in Saudi Arabia as an English Teacher. Salome is a very enthusiastic individual who loves her job, her students and also where she is currently located...
An interview with Mandy Bateman, SENCO, The British International School, Madinaty, Egypt
Mandy is a British lady who relocated to New Cairo with her entire family! Of course she was concerned but judging on her interview, she needn't have worried at all....
An interview with Steve Rundle, British expat living in Oman
Our MD has known Steve for many years and has recruited for many of the companies where Steve has worked. What he doesn't know about Oman isn't worth knowing! A font of knowledge, Steve gives an great account of living in Oman and what there is to do there.....
An interview with Sandra Roode, Vocational Teacher, The Oxford Partnership, Saudi Arabia
Sandra is a South African lady whom we helped secure a role in northern Saudi as a Business Teacher. Sandra talks about her college, her students and life in general. Very useful info....
An interview with Joolia Hussein, Maths Teacher, The English Academy, Kuwait
Joolia is a UK maths teacher who moved to Kuwait with her husband in 2018. She is from West Yorkshire so probably not used to the heat and sand!!! She seems to have settled in well though....
Hospitality Instructors (FEMALE) - Qatief, Saudi Arabia
Up to 15400SAR per month (£3200 / $4100) + housing/allowance, transportation, return flights, medical cover, 35 days annual leave, end of service benefit
Location: Saudi Arabia
m2r Education require FEMALE Hospitality Instructor for a vocational college in Saudi Arabia.
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Japanese KG Teacher (Female), Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
c. 183kYEN / USD1700 per month, health insurance, visa, etc
m2r Education are working with this Vietnamese based, international school group who require a Japanese KG teacher (Female) to join in July
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Mechanical Engineering Teachers, UAE
From AED11,998 (£2600 / $3200) + accommodation allowance + other excellent benefits. See advert for more details.
Location: United Arab Emirates
m2r Education have the following requirements for Mechanical Engineering Teachers to teach Emirati students in secondary technical
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