Jobs for Nigerians and Kenyans in France

English Language Teaching Assistants for Kenyans and Nigerians in France

             The English Language Teaching Assistants Programme in France is offering Kenyans and Nigerians an opportunity to teach English for a period of 7 months in France and/or in French Overseas Departments including Reunion, Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guyana.

Eligibility for Nigerian Nationals:
  • Applicants should have Nigerian citizenship (Permanent residents do not qualify)
  • The age range should be between 20 and 35 years at the time of starting their position
  • They need to have completed their secondary school education in Nigeria
  • Candidates need to be enrolled in a Nigerian university at the application time
  • They must have finalized at least two years of their studies in the university
  • Their French qualification must be Level B1
  • Applicants should be native English speakers
  • They should preferably be single
Application Process for Nigerian Candidates:
  • Applications are done online on this link
  • Pre-selected applicants shall be contacted for interviews in either Institut français du Nigeria in Abuja or Alliances Françaises in Jos, Kano, Ilorin, Owerri, Enugu Kaduna, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Lagos or Maiduguri depending on proximity to place of residence
  • More information is provided in this link

NB: Nigerian candidates are advised to contact for any questions

Eligibility for Kenyan Nationals:
  • The candidates must be French speakers with proficiency level of B1
  • They must have a strong will to teach or teaching experience
  • Applicants must have experience working with young adults and children
  • Candidates should have attained a university degree
  • Should be Kenyan citizens
Application Process for Kenyan Candidates:

Application Deadline for Nigerians- 25th Feb 2022

Application Deadline for Kenyans: 27th Feb 2022

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