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Teaching English in Libya

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens against all travel to Libya and recommends that U.S. citizens currently in Libya depart immediately.

The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office advise against all travel to Libya due to the ongoing fighting, threat of terrorist attacks and kidnap against foreigners from ISIL-affiliated extremists, and deteriorating security situation throughout the country. British nationals in Libya are strongly urged to leave immediately by…

Teaching English in Morocco

Morocco is located on the north west corner of Africa against the Atlantic and south of Spain‏‎. It has a population of 32 million with major cities being Rabat (the capital, pop 630,000) and Casablanca, largest, busiest and noisiest city of just over 3 million inhabitants.

The climate is Mediterranean which becomes more extreme as the country merges into the Sahara. There are also the high Atlas mountains…

Teaching English in Angola

Angola is a poor country in southern Africa. After independence from Portugal‏‎ in 1975 it entered a civil war which lasted several decades and cost millions of lives and refugees. The war officially ended in 2002 and since then the country is seen as developing fast and growing financially and culturally.

It has a population of roughly 18.5 million with the capital Luanda at about 2.7 million…

Teaching English in Tunisia

Tunisia is a former French colony where traditionally students are taught in Arabic‏‎ in primary school, then in French in secondary school and at university, with English lessons starting in year five of primary school and carrying on throughout secondary school for three hours a week.

Now all this is about to change. In an effort to tackle its high unemployment rate amongst young Tunisians, Tunisia is working to transform its…

Teaching English in Rwanda‏‎

Popularly known as ‘the land of a thousand hills’, Rwanda is a landlocked country in Africa with lush vegetation, a wide variety of wildlife, endless mountains and stunning scenery which includes six volcanoes, twenty-three lakes and numerous rivers, some forming the source of the great River Nile.

Due to recent changes in the law which promoted English language teaching (instead of French) there is a high demand…