Teaching in Lebanon
Teaching jobs in Lebanon
Openings for English language teachers generally require a Bachelor’s degree in any subject, as well as a TEFL certification. Paid English teaching positions are generally situated in the capital city of Beirut, with potential openings in outlying major cities such as Jezzine or Byblos.
For licensed teachers, private and international schools are located throughout the country, with 8 International Baccalaureate schools currently in operation.
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Lebanon at a glance
Population: 4.8 million
Currency: Lebanese Pound
A small country, measuring only 10,400 square kilometers (4,015 square miles) in total land area, Lebanon borders the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea, between Syria and Israel.
Lebanon was the first Middle East country to create a constitution.
Lebanon is home to five UNESCO world heritage sites.
The world’s first ever law school was founded in Lebanon’s capital city, Beirut, back in Roman times.
The national symbol in Lebanon is the cedar tree, because an abundance of them are found in the Lebanon Mountains.
Arabic is the official language but French, German, English and Armenian are also spoken in Lebanon.