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Teaching Jobs in Qatar

Teaching in Qatar allows teachers the opportunity to work within top private international schools, earning a competitive salary and experiencing all that life in Doha has to offer. As the capital of Qatar and as one of the fastest developing cities in the Gulf region, Doha is an excellent destination for teachers. With ancient relics and sights from the Ottoman period, the beautiful and picturesque Corniche, modern entertainment and shopping options, and the delights of Middle Eastern cuisine, Doha has it all.

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Qatar Teaching Salary & Benefits Summary

Teaching jobs in Qatar offer a salary typically ranging from 9,000 – 14,000 QR/month (approximately $2,400 to $3,700) tax-free. Leadership roles may offer a higher salary based on qualifications and experience.

Licensed teachers in Qatar will receive benefits in addition to their salary. Private international schools in Qatar offer a variety of benefits, which typically include flight, accommodations, utilities, and health insurance. Some positions will include these same benefits for family members, and may offer allowances for dependants’ education.

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Current opportunities to teach in Qatar

Level Subjects Taught Teaching Independently?
Kindergarten English, math, and science Working with Arabic co-teacher
Cycle 1 English, math, and science Own classroom
Cycle 2 ONE of the following: English, math, or science Own classroom
Cycle 3 English only Own classroom

Living in Qatar

Qatar is a country in the Middle East with a population of 1.5 million people, partly comprised of a large expatriate community. Although it is considered a small or mid-sized Middle Eastern city, Qatar boasts many amenities and attractions, including museums, malls, and water parks. Because Qatar is surrounded by water, there are plenty of opportunities for water sports and activities.

The temperature ranges from warm to hot throughout the year, ranging from 16º C to 38º C. Most schools begin their day early – 6:30 AM or 7 AM start times are not uncommon in Qatar, and an earlier day can help with battling the afternoon heat.

Teaching in Qatar gives teachers insight into life in the Middle East, allows teachers to experience traditional Qatari hospitality, and offers highly competitive salaries. Teachers in Qatar will enjoy an accommodating blend of old-world traditions and modern day amenities – an experience like no other!

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Qatar at a Glance

Country Information

Capital - Doha

Language - Arabic

Population - 2,155,446

Currency - Qatari Riyal, ﷼ (QAR)

Government - Unitary Parliamentary Absolute Monarch

Major Religion - Islam

Climate - Hot, dry desert climate

Size - 11,571 km²

Quick Facts
  • Qatar will host the FIFA Cup in 2022 for which it will be build 12 eco-friendly iconic stadiums, some of which will be able to host up to 80,000 people.
  • Although Qatar is originally a desert, it has a diverse range of flora and fauna. Purple island is an example of this.

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