Teaching English in Morocco
Find out more about teaching English in Morocco with Wall Street English. Are you ready to start a new journey?
Spend a night under the stars
Fronting the Atlantic ocean, Casablanca is a vibrant port city, and the ideal starting point for your journey teaching abroad. Here, young creative industries thrive, money is being made by new business and you can embrace a new modern urban sophistication. Experience a mixture of Morocco style and french colonial-era design. Better still, with cheap transport, it couldn’t be easier to move between Morocco’s different cities on your weekends off. So venture out and and discover the rich history and bargaining of Marrakech and its markets and the stunning Tanner’s Quarter of Fes. Or why not spend a night under the stars in the Sahara desert?
Become a bargaining pro!
As the sun sets over the Atlas mountains, stroll towards a souk for a spot of bargaining for leather or silver. Visit one of the most important cultural centers in Africa and the Arab world at the Grand Theatre of Casablanca, or simply relax with a cup of spiced tea in the city’s Medina District, whose maze-like alleyways are rich with hidden gems waiting to haggled over. Gain even more confidence outside the classroom as you build your bargaining power!
Teach in one of these amazing places in Morocco
All of our teachers in Morocco need a degree and approved TEFL certification.
Valid passport needed from a Native English speaking country.
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