Kuwait. A country bursting full of market bazaars, gleaming skyscrapers and glistening coastlines. It’s an oil-rich state that offers the opportunity for travellers and workers to wander around mosques, souks and other sandy traces of history, whilst exploring buzzing shopping malls, cafes and restaurants. If you decide to work here, you’ll have the chance to enjoy all of these fantastic features, and do what you love: teach.

So, why should you choose to jet over to the Middle East and take up a new role in Kuwait? We’ve put together a list of top 10 reasons why you should do just this:
  1. Schools here offer competitive salaries and good deals, meaning that it’s possible to save money and live the type of lifestyle that you want to
  2. The locals are welcoming and hospitable, meaning that your transition into a whole new culture and way of life should be made easier
  3. There are stunningly large expanses of desert that are great for exploring. Plus, you can camp and star gaze, and take a great photo to make everyone back at home jealous!
  4. The panoramic coastline is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, diving, snorkeling, deep sea fishing, para-sailing and jet-skiing - there’s an activity for everyone and there won’t be a dull moment
  5. Although a traditionally dry state, meaning that alcohol is not consumed, there is still a vibrant private nightlife
  6. The weather is great - although hot, the humidity is very low, meaning that it should be comfortable all year round
  7. Located in the north of the Gulf, Kuwait is not for from Bahrain, Dubai and other exotic countries, perfect for exploring at weekends and for taking longer holidays
  8. If you want to start a new hobby, or keep up with activities that you loved whilst at home, there are extensive opportunities to take part in rugby, golf, cycling, tennis, squash, horse-riding, and much more
  9. Of the region, Kuwait boasts some of the best shopping opportunities, with both new malls and traditional souks
  10. If you like to eat, this is a great country to settle in. You can both enjoy the traditional cuisine, and sample a large number of international dishes

If you can see yourself exploring the picturesque landscape during the weekends, and teaching the next generation of school children during the week, then take a look at what our current vacancies can offer you.