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  • Acoreana83
    23 January, 2007 at 1:18
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    Hey there!
    I have so far had 0% luck in finding a job in Morocco.
    Every school I apply to either never replies back or tells me I need a MA/BA or equivalent in English. Then I read that this is only for those who are in need of a work permit.
    Does anyone have the real scoop on TEFL in Morocco?? Would be a big help! Much thanks!
    P.S. I will be marrying a Moroccan citizen so I guess this makes things a bit different right? In this case I will not be needing a work permit…

    23 February, 2007 at 10:08
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    Hi, I taught English in Morocco for three years. I think the best thing for you to do is go out there, find out where all the language schools are and start handing your CV out. I worked for a school (closed down now) that used to hire teachers without MA/BAs in English, the only required qualification was a TEFL certificate… I’m sure the same goes for a few others… Good luck!

    Sam Taylor
    18 December, 2008 at 16:35
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    We have a number of contacts with schools and teachers in Taroudannt, at primary, secondary and college levels. With the help of a network, it is much easier to find out about what opportunities there might be.

    I would recommend starting off providing some teaching as a volunteer, and, as another poster has said, handing out your CV – you will find the right opening after a while.


    15 March, 2010 at 7:37
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    I am in the process of obtaining my TEFL Certification. I am very interested in going to Morocco, specifically Casablanca, since my in-laws live there and I am very familiar with the city, to teach English. Only one problem, I don’t have a Bachelor’s Degree. Do you know of any schools in Casa that employ TEFL teachers w/o a degree? Thanks!!

    19 March, 2010 at 16:18
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    Reply To: TEFL Morocco

    As far as I’m aware, a degree is not a legal requirement to work in Morocco (correct me if I’m wrong anyone?) – I have a friend who worked in Casablanca perfectly legally without a degree.

    Whether it’s a requirement of individual schools – only one sure way to find out… I would get in touch with some [url=http://www.eslbase.com/schools/morocco]schools in Casablanca[/url] once you have your teaching certification, and enquire about teaching vacancies.

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