Kuwait’s Ministry of Education has said it will hire 1,000 non-Kuwaiti male and female teachers to fill the shortage in schools for the next academic year 2022-2023.
Media reports said that an applicant must be a University graduate qualified to work in general education schools in 11 different specializations. The majors required of males are English, French, mathematics, science, chemistry, physics, biology, geology and philosophy.
The disciplines required for females are music education, physics, mathematics and the English language, and all applications will be received electronically through the ministry’s website through a local contracting job opportunity link.
The local media reports said the applicants must fulfill experience condition in all subjects, with the exception of the female music education major, where the experience is limited to three years for those with non-educational qualifications and two years for those with educational qualifications.
Exceptions from the experience bar will be made for the holders of a doctorate degree and those who have obtained a grade of no less than very good in university qualifications, holders of a Master’s degree and who have obtained an average of not less than excellent in the university qualification, as well as graduates of the College of Education from Kuwait University and graduates of the College of Basic Education in the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training from within Kuwait, the reports said.
All the shortlisted candidates must pass the personal interview without exception.