Jobs Abroad in United Arab Emirates

26 Jobs Abroad Programs in United Arab Emirates

Teaching Placements Abroad

Teaching in the Middle East for good reasons - sun, beaches, tax-free salaries and free accommodation are just a few of them! We know what the schools are looking for, and we can help you find the right Middle East teaching job.

Looking for 2 Hairstylists to work in Abu Dhabi

Looking for 2 Hair stylists to work in a high end salon in Abu Dhabi Location: Abu Dhabi Basic Salary: USD 1500 per month Experience: minimum 3years experience Work Commissions: 15% from the persons total turnover made Product Commissions: Product selling is 10% of the turnover of the persons turnover made Accommodation: Provided by the employer Salary review after 6months Must underg...

Get Up & Go Global

GGG offers energetic sports enthusiasts, kids club leaders, and professional dancers and entertainers from around the world, the opportunity to work & travel across the globe. Get Up & Go Global does not charge applicants and we select only those that best exemplify our company image and principles.

Total Nannies

We are a nanny agency with a highly professional multi-lingual team with a vast experience in the organization of quality educational and cultural exchange au-pair and nanny programmes worldwide.

Ministry of Sound Red Sea

Work for Egypt's No.1 Nightlife entertainment company!

RAM Universal S. A.

RAM Universal provides jobs and the opportunity to experienced as well as non-experienced persons, to travel abroad. All our collaborating hotels & resorts are 4 or 5 star, located on the beautiful & sunny islands of Kos, Rhodes or in Halkidiki.

Sports Data AG

We are one of the world's leading suppliers for sport-related live data. Our system is based on our unique, fully automated data extraction and supervision technology for highest quality standard, combined with a complex scout and video signal monitoring system.

The Jumeirah Mosque in Dubai

How to Work Abroad in United Arab Emirates

Your Ticket To Work In The UAE

Looking for international work experience that will offer flexibility, choice, plus, allow you to experience an electrifying country, complete with modern culture and history? English teachers are in great demand in the United Arab Emirates making it an excellent field to pursue when looking to work in the UAE. The country provides the perfect opportunity to experience a unique culture while surrounded by one of the most cutting edge societies on the planet and earning a great tax free salary.

Geography & Demographics

The UAE is the most cosmopolitan country in the Middle East. With large cities like Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the country gets lots of tourists, business travelers, and expatriates looking for overseas adventures. The UAE is home to an impressive number of attractions and amenities, and is known for its extensive shopping centers, boutiques, and markets. But to really understand life in the UAE, you have to learn about the culture that fills this exquisite country.

Food & Culture

The traditional language is Arabic; however, other languages such as English, Hindi, and Persian are widely spoken throughout the country. It is estimated that the population of the UAE is around 4.4 million, with Emiratis making up only 15 to 20 percent of this number. Therefore, there is a huge influx of foreigners who have immigrated to the UAE from across the globe. 

Emirati culture mainly revolves around the religion of Islam, one of the world’s most popular religions, which accounts for 96 percent of the population. The culture is built upon the authority of Islam, as well as traditional Arab influence and dates back to the Bedouin, or desert dwellers, who first founded the region. 

The Islamic dress code is not compulsory, unlike in other Middle Eastern countries. Many Emirati men of all ages wear a dishdash, which is an ankle length white shirt woven from wool or cotton. Women tend to wear an abaya, a black over garment covering most of the body. Western style clothing is also very popular, with lots of western clothing stores selling the latest fashion styles. Emirati women who dress in western styles tend to maintain a modest look, avoiding sleeveless tops and dresses that fall above the knee.

Proper etiquette is an important aspect of the UAE culture. Visitors to the UAE are expected to show appropriate etiquette and follow guidelines set out by the government. For more information on the various rules, visit Arab Laws World

Working in the U.A.E.

Teachers who hold a Bachelors of Education will have the best chance of obtaining work at both public and international schools. TEFL teachers may find it difficult at first to find work in the UAE, as positions will go to experienced teachers with advanced credentials. 

Most schools begin in late August, or early September, so spring is the best time to start an employment search. However, there are job vacancies throughout the year as well. Generally, potential teachers are interviewed and hired quickly, and visas are processed prior to arrival.

The opportunity to live in the Middle East and draw your own conclusions about the country, the people, and the society rather than just what the western news portrays is an enlightening opportunity. Plus, the chance to learn about a new and exciting culture is an amazing experience and a priceless highlight but some more tangible perks include:

 

  • Tax free salary
  • Well paid placements
  • Bountiful vacation time, which includes national holidays and summer months
  • Modern environment with familiar amenities

 

As with any chance in life, there will be challenges, and misconceptions to overcome, however there are thousands of teachers happily living out their dream of teaching abroad in the UAE. If you are looking for a life changing experience that will allow you to share your knowledge, and gain wisdom in the most unlikely places, then wait no longer – start the search now for a teaching position in the UAE.

Keri Foley

Keri Foley is a Canadian, and proud Nova Scotian, Keri’s love for her homeland was the initial inspiration for getting into the field of tourism. She holds a Bachelor of Tourism & Hospitality Management from Mount Saint Vincent University, and has worked in various positions in the tourism sector. Her passion for international travel began in 2006 when she took her first trip to Oman. Since then, her love of the Middle East has only expanded with visits to the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, and Israel.