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Teach English in Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is small country in West Africa with one of the highest economic growth and development rates in Africa. However, government corruption continues to be a major problem and it does not provide any legal certainty for Americans or Europeans working in the country.

Find an English teaching job in Equatorial-Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is small country in West Africa with one of the highest economic growth and development rates in Africa. However, government corruption continues to be a major problem and it does not provide any legal certainty for Americans or Europeans working in the country. It can also be a very expensive country to live in.

This is a collection of information on finding work as an English teacher in Equatorial Guinea.

Employers- Submit descriptions of your job offerings and contact information below.

Teachers- Post your employment resumes or CVs below. Include a brief cover letter saying how long you want to work in Equatorial-Guinea, what types of classes you would like to teach, your pay requirements, and contact information.

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  • Nnoke Elvis Mebi December 16, 2010, 10:39 am

    i am a Cameroonian by nationality.i have under go two year training in marketing,business and finance,(HIGHER NATIONAL Diplomat) and holder of the following certificate Advance level,ordinary level, CAP Certificate.Presently i am teaching at Emergence Biligual College.Look forward to hear from you.

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    • Wade | Vagabondjourney.com December 18, 2010, 1:48 am

      If you find a job teaching English in Equatorial Guinea and the school is hiring more people, please post its contact information here.

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      • FUH September 15, 2011, 12:27 pm

        Hello Bro,

        Thank you so much for the information.
        Please if I may ask, are you presently teach in Equatorial Guinea?
        Kindly;advise on how I can post my CV or you can as well help me with list of schools.

        Thanks a million in advance.

        Fuh Ken

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    • neville December 14, 2011, 10:02 am

      hello
      i just saw you profile.i am holder of bachelors degree in political science.i am cameroonian and wish to teach english in equatorial guinea.can you be of help to me now that you are already there.
      thank you

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  • Eboude Suzelle April 28, 2011, 5:51 pm

    Love teaching in Equatorial Guinea since in help me to learn their language.
    I need the the requirements needed for this job.
    Hope to hear from you soon.

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  • FUH JOHN June 2, 2011, 12:36 pm

    Dear Sir/Madam

    Accept regards from Mr. Fuh.
    Please kindly update me if there are any english teaching
    positions in Equatorial Guinea.I am a TEFL holder with 3 years teaching experience.

    I have taught internatonally and at home country.I am Cameroonian, fluent in French and English.

    Thank You!!
    Fuh.

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  • Terence Tih June 7, 2011, 11:12 am

    i am a Cameroonian by nationality and 25 years of age curently having two years of teaching experience.speak both french and english. i am a holder of o level and advance level certicate.
    i will like to offer my experience to any institution asap.

    get back to me for any interview or more infos.

    thanks

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    • VJT Guides June 7, 2011, 12:21 pm

      Going to Equatorial Guinea and applying in person is probably your best bet. Importing someone in from abroad is an investment that most schools are not willing to make.

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  • Mr Waki Edward July 22, 2011, 9:03 am

    i am a Cameroonian by nationality and 44 years of age currently having 15years of teaching experience.speak both french and English. i am a holder of o level and advance level certificate and a first degree in English .
    i will like to offer my experience to any institution in your Country.

    get back to me for any interview or more info’s.

    thanks

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  • muluh princewill penn August 7, 2011, 12:47 pm

    Dear sir;
    im a cameroonian holder of a deploma in english language and have thought for 3yaers today.I love to teach english language in equitorail guinea so that i can have some international experience and better my career. I will be grateful if im employed in equitorial guinea as a teacher
    THANKS IM YOURS FAITFULLY

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    • Adrian Pritchard December 13, 2016, 10:43 pm

      You’ll have to learn it first Muluh.

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  • sandop augustine sielinou August 12, 2011, 9:30 am

    i am a Cameroonian presently teaching English language in a private school in south Africa i want to relocate to equatorial guinea to teach English . i am a holder of o level and advance level certificate and a first degree in English .if there is any vacancy please let me know via my address samsunloic@yahoo.fr

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  • Eshua napoleon September 8, 2011, 11:33 am

    Iam a Cameroonian and I am a holder of a degree in linguistics.I have 13 years teaching experience and I mark English language at the GCE ordinary level in Cameroon.I wish to teach the subject in Equatorial Guinea.I can also express myself in French.

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  • Eshua napoleon September 8, 2011, 11:39 am

    Reply if there is an opportunity for me.

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  • Samue Agyemang September 21, 2011, 11:45 pm

    I have been teaching English for the past 29 years in six different countries. I am an American. I hold Masters degree in Education. Please let me know if my services will be needed in your country.

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  • naino yacouba gomki October 25, 2011, 12:00 pm

    I taught English in my country Niger for many years.I was also an adviser for high schools teachers. Also am I a translator English/French, French/ English and would like to share my competence and experience with others. I would be very grateful to have a teaching post in equatorial Guinee.
    Thanks for your cooperation and hospitlity.
    NAINO k. Yacoub GOMKI.

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  • naino yacouba gomki October 25, 2011, 12:13 pm

    I taught English language in Niger Republic for many years.Also did Iadvise teachers of high schools for at least two years. Other thing I am specialised in is Translation, I translated many official documents ranging from ‘Kandadji Dam Feasibility’, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper…
    I would be very grateful to visit and share my experience and competence with others. Would you please like to cooperate and favorably answer.
    Thanks
    Yours Naino K. Yacoub GOMKI

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  • Charles kofi February 3, 2012, 2:49 am

    Am a Ghanaian and a holder of first degree and would want to teach in your country, please inbox me every detail for me to send you my c v

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  • Rich Iruonagbe February 24, 2012, 2:19 am

    I am a Nigerian, an English language graduate, a certified Tesol and Elt teacher with over 5 years teaching experience. I am also a legal resident of the Philippines and presently I am an instructor of English language at the American international training institute in Cebu, Philippines I am interested in teaching in your Country so as to contribute my own quota to the development of English in your Country please get in touch and give me guidelines thank you.

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  • etta roland daru March 10, 2012, 1:14 pm

    i am a cameroonian with a holder of a bachelor in education
    i will love to teach english language in your country,please
    do mail the details on how to apply for a teaching job,thanks for
    understanding

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  • Ngu Elvis May 8, 2012, 10:09 am

    Hello,
    Greetings from Ngu, i am a cameroonian and a degree holder in political science with working experience as an english teacher for 4years. so i wish to enquire if i can be provided with list of schools over there so that i can post my CV to them.

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  • zezem charles June 26, 2012, 12:18 pm

    Hollo,
    I am a fresh graduate from a well renaun government teacher training collage BAMENDER CAMEROON.I can teach english, geography,economics,mathematics and with the knowledge acquired via the teaching course,i can teach both at the primary and secondery levels.
    while waiting on your kind respond,i will remain your humble applicant.
    Thanks.
    you cant contact me from this number ;237 94666092 OR +23777786181

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  • Michael August 15, 2012, 12:05 am

    Hello my name is Michael Purcell and I am currently working as an English Teacher for students where English is not their native language at a local college in London. I hold a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Media With Cultural studies, 3 A Levels and 7 GCSE Qualifications. I am currently enrolled on a course to learn Spanish. I would like any information that can be provided regarding teaching English in Equitorial Guinea, a country which I have recently visited and willing to re-locate. Any information regarding my request will be helpfull.

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    • Wade Shepard August 15, 2012, 12:26 am

      The best way to find a teaching job in a country like Equatorial Guinea is to show up and go around to the schools in person. Put a listing in the newspaper and on related message boards and websites saying that you’re looking for a job listing your qualifications, talk to people, find out where English is being taught and go there. Checking out the school and the employers in person is always the best way. Don’t fall for any pay to volunteer scams — you are a professional and should be able to find a job that pays decently. Also, look for schools that cater to the children of international oil workers/ business people, as these will probably pay the best.

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      • Adrian Pritchard December 13, 2016, 10:41 pm

        Michael, a TEFL Certificate is invaluable. CELTA if you can afford it.

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  • ekwoge terence August 15, 2012, 11:43 am

    I am a Cameroonain french and english happens to be my langauge of learning in scholl right up to my university education so i am very fleuent in english aand french as my majore languages due to the bilingual nature of my country so i ma very much intrested to teach in your institution.
    Bye for now hoping to read from you people soon

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    • Adrian Pritchard December 13, 2016, 10:39 pm

      Errr Ekwoge……’i am very fleuent in english’ ?

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  • lundeghe September 6, 2012, 3:46 pm

    i hold a maitrise in english nanguage and linguistics.i have five year of experience and can teach any class in th secondary and high school.i am working on my theses.contact.23774266941.jurymansonia @yahoo.com

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    • Adrian Pritchard December 13, 2016, 10:39 pm

      LOL really?!?!?

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  • NJUME October 22, 2012, 4:58 am

    am Cameroonian with a degree in sociology and anthropology at the university of buea.
    i will like to know how i can travel to equatorial guinea and stay for for some time while applying to teach especially English.
    please be of help by writing me via the email: [edited]
    thanks and waiting

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  • Demian Wung May 31, 2013, 8:53 am

    I am a teacher with a diploma and degree in english language and linguistic from the higher teacher training school wishing to continue my vocation in equatoria guinea.Please,you are of great help to me as directives are concerned.Thanks,my contacts:23779458526,nfuawung@yahoo.com

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  • Mofor walter September 1, 2013, 6:27 am

    I am a an Ordinar level holder with a B-grade in Engish Language and an advanced level certificate holder equally as a high school language student.presently teaching Englsh language in two Private schools.I saw your post and thought that maybe with a mastery of the country that you have,you may be able to make me find a job over there as an Englsh Langugae Teacher.I hope strongly that you will be able to help me in one way or the other.While waiting for a favourable reply from you,please do accept my greetings.Thanks

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  • mengot m mandela September 16, 2013, 9:59 am

    formation of society is my goal

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    • Wade Shepard September 16, 2013, 10:23 am

      Good luck with that.

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  • bunde mcjohn nde December 3, 2013, 8:42 am

    i am a Cameroonian,i wish to teach English in your country equatorial guinea i am a holder of the Cameroon GCE ordinary level and advanced level holder

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  • joseph awuah frimpong June 15, 2015, 3:34 pm

    Please am a teacher in Ghana with fifteen years teaching experience. I have bachelor of education, diploma in basic education, teachers certificate A and IELTS all from university of education Winneba and University of cape Coast Ghana. I can teach English language.
    This is my email : ptc0862005kapo@yahoo.com.
    Contacts: 00233246706335 or 00233209495244
    Name : Joseph Awuah Frimpong

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