TEFL UK announce partnership with CfBT for teaching jobs in Brunei
TEFL UK to collaborate with CfBT on English language teaching projects in Brunei.
TEFL UK, a leading provider of TEFL courses and international and online TEFL jobs are delighted to announce a partnership with CfBT on the recruitment of English teachers for Primary and Secondary public school teaching jobs in Brunei.
The collaboration between TEFL UK and CfBT brings an exciting range of new government school TEFL jobs in Brunei to the TEFL UK teacher community.
With it's low cost of living, warm tropical climate and laid back, relaxed way of life, Brunei is an attractive destination for TEFL teachers.
Philip Negus, Managing Director at TEFL UK said of this partnership, 'We are excited to be working in tandem with CfBT and providing routes to employment in Brunei for our graduates. CfBT is a long-standing partner of the Brunei Ministry of Education and has an outstanding reputation for delivering education reform projects around the world. As a result of this partnership, we are able to further extend our international teacher employment network through high impact teaching jobs in Brunei.'
Brunei teaching jobs are now available through TEFL UK with applications on a rolling basis. Arrival dates are available for the first quarter of 2022 and beyond.
If you are a qualified teacher and would like to relocate to Brunei to teach Primary or Secondary students, this could be a fantastic and rewarding opportunity. These presitigious teaching jobs in Brunei provide up to £38 K tax free salary, generous accommodation, career progression opportunities and heavily subsidized education for up to two dependents.
Come and explore vibrant and biodiverse Brunei as an English teacher. From pristine jungle to sparkling tropical beaches to the opulent mosques of bustling Bandar Seri Begawan, this awe-inspiring country on Borneo's north coast offers a rich array of sights and attractions. Do something amazing in 2022 and teach English in Brunei.
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