Teaching abroad in Kenya

Kenya is an exciting place to live and teach. We work with great schools in Kenya to offer you great international teaching opportunities.

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Population: 34,255,720
Capital: Nairobi
Currency: Kenyan shilling
Number of international schools: 21
Number of IB schools: 5
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Living in Kenya

Kenya is one of the most developed countries in Africa, and expats can enjoy high salaries and affordable housing. Kenya is generally welcoming to foreigners, and most Kenyans have a good level of English, so communication shouldn't be a problem. Large cities such as Nairobi and Mombasa have well-established expat communities. Public transport in Kenya is limited so expats may wish to invest in a car.

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Visas and Medical

To live and work in Kenya you will require a visa and work permit; your employer should assist with this. Public healthcare is of a variable standard, so expats are advised to use private health insurance.

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