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Teach English in Egypt (TEFL) As an English Language teaching destination, Egypt has a lot to offer. Contact d.o.s in minutes from our directory below. Historically and archeologically, it has few equals; from an ESL/EFL teaching perspective, it represents some of the best paid teaching positions in North Africa - particularly in the Sinai Desert. Big cities such as Cairo and Alexandria also offer plenty of job opportunities for the would-be ESL/EFL teacher. Most institutions require an internationally recognized TESOL Certificate - such as the CELTA or Trinity Cert.TESOL - and teachers who have taught Business English or younger learners should have no problem finding work.

There are far fewer restrictions for women in Egypt than in many of the other Muslim countries of North Africa and the Middle East, which makes this land of the Pharaohs, the Pyramids and the Sphinx a viable proposition for any ESL/EFL teacher looking for an exotic teaching assignment in an unforgettable place.

Respect the religion. Wear decent clothes, except for the tourist beaches. Cover your knees and shoulders, to enter religious places. Respect that Egypt is an Islamic country. Respect the customs, learn at least "hello" "thank you" and "bye" in Arabic. Islam is the major religion here, about 80% of Egyptians are Muslims, Christianity is the 2nd religion here (20%). Egypt shares its border with Libya in the west, Sudan in the south, Palestine and Israel in the north-east, Mediterranean sea in the north and Red sea in the east. More than 90% of Egypt is a desert and 68 million people live on less than 10% of land area. There’s big density of population along both banks of river Nile. More than 16 mil people live in Cairo alone, so Cairo is always very crowded. Ciaro is safer now and there are lots more teaching English opputunities there now.

Drinking tap water: Don’t ever!
Safety: Although people are very friendly, still make sure to stay away from certain areas. Ask the school or your embassy for a list of where not to go! Incidents of violence are rare, however, purse snatching and pickpockets are common! So don't carry much cash, and keep it safely hidden.

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While in Egypt try a Sheesha. Although you might not be a smoker, there is nothing that quite describes the pleasant odour of charcoal, molasses, tobacco, and fruit flavouring (usually apple) when smoked through a water pipe.
On street corners there are smoke shops and cafes where older men sit around and talk while smoking their sheeshas in the evening. All of them look very happy and relaxed while puffing away and talking. Restaurants often will ask after your meal if you would like a smoke and they will bring you a large sheesha to either share with your tablemates or enjoy on your own for only a few more pounds. If you're just curious and want to try a couple of puffs then just ask and many of the restaurants will give you a plastic tip (for hygienic reasons) that you plug into the top of a sheesha 'complementary smoke - no charge' (but maybe a larger tip for their effort).

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TEFL Job Contacts in Egypt
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