Enko Education is recruiting 60 teachers

Enko Education is recruiting 60 teachers
Enko Education is recruiting 60 teachers


Enko Education is recruiting 60 teachers for September 2021 to drive our schools' growth across the continent.

You are passionate about Education in and for Africa; as a graduate teacher in a specific subject, you are dedicated to unlocking young African learners’ potential;

You are passionate about evolving pedagogy, and you are dying to demonstrate to the world how impactful a teacher can be on student’s development, and you believe in student’s autonomy as a lever of their success in life;

You are known for your open-mindedness, curiosity; Each time you are in a situation that requires you to adapt or reinvent yourself, you feel so excited; you are constantly seeking opportunities to grow your knowledge,

You master french and/or English (speaking and writing), and you are attracted by 21st-century technology.

With or without a previous international education experience, come and join us!

About Enko Education

Enko Education is a fast-growing network of African international schools, increasing access to the world’s best universities for learners across Africa.

Enko Education has developed innovative programmes leading to globally recognised and sought after qualifications that we offer at a fraction of the cost charged by other international schools in Africa. Furthermore, Enko learners are supported in their higher education applications through our university guidance programme, selecting the right universities and securing admission and financing for their studies. We offer an outstanding learning experience striving to educate our learners with Africa at heart and the world in mind.

Enko Education model is showing impressive results, with learners joining top universities like Yale University (USA), Sciences Po (Fr), the University of Toronto (Canada), African Leadership University (Rwanda) and many more.

Enko Education’s network today includes 13 schools across 9 African countries and aims to reach 60 more schools in at least 20 African countries over the next five years. Be part of the adventure!

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