Students from Sub-Saharan Africa are under-represented in the world’s best universities. In the US, a country hosting 900,000 foreign students, only 31,000 of them come from that region. In contrast, 100,000 come from India, a country with same population size and GDP per capita as Sub-Saharan Africa. This discrepancy stems from the inadequacy of traditional secondary school education on the continent and affordability of most international schools.
Enko Education aims to drastically enlarge the access to outstanding international secondary education in Africa, by building one of the largest networks of schools in the region. We designed an international secondary-school model relying on international curriculum such as IB and Cambridge, significantly more affordable than any other international secondary-school.
Our network today includes fifteen schools. Enko Riverside Campus (founded in 2015 as Enko Nyamunda International School) in Maputo, Mozambique, has 150 students in Grades 8-13. Students are taught in English and prepare for Cambridge IGCSE examinations in Grade 11 and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme examinations in Grade 13.
We are looking for a qualified, enthusiastic teacher to join the team to take over teaching of IB
Diploma and Cambridge English. This is a full-time post. Our salaries are modest in comparison with ‘traditional’ international schools, but compare favorably with other schools in Mozambique.
The ideal candidate:
The teacher will report to the Head of School of Enko Riverside Campus (Maputo, Mozambique).