TEFL in UAE - Al Ain

Date posted:2003-11-05 | Writer: University General Requirements Unit | Email: [email protected]

The EFL/ESP program offers excellent opportunities for qualified teachers to be involved in an innovative teaching program with challenging professional development opportunities. General English and a variety of ESP courses as well as English language support services are offered in each faculty. Candidates are invited to apply now for openings in August 2004.

Qualifications: Applicants should have completed a Masters degree in TESL/TEFL, Applied Linguistics or a related degree, have a minimum of three years teaching experience and be able to use Instructional technology.

Salary and Benefits: The University offers a generous compensation package, free of all taxes. Housing is provided, along with a furniture and utility allowance, employer-paid comprehensive health insurance for up to five family members, educational allowance for children, annual airline tickets, and an end-of-service gratuity. Holidays include two months vacation during the summer, a three-week mid-semester break and all state and religious national holidays.

To apply complete the on line application form at Contact us

For inquiries, please send e-mail to [email protected]

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


The Unit summarized all the features the subjects involved in a learning process should have, describes the roles of the teacher, give us a brief explanation how learners react according to their age and cultural background and explains in the end how to identify different levels of fluency. I could picture myself in many situations described and worked as a useful guide to correct my mistakes and improve my performance as teacher.Writing is the most neglected skill in the TEFL world. Writing is often relegated to homework which frequently is not done so the skill is never developed. It's true to say that most students prefer to focus on their speaking skills but that doesn't mean that writing should be ignored. Writing is known as a difficult skill, requiring a greater degree in accuracy. When \"speaking\" any misunderstandings can be cleared \" on the spot\