International Schools

Int Flag Waving TENThe Education Network is pleased to announce its opening of our International Recruitment Division from January 2015 to service international schools across the globe with high quality teaching professionals.

There are now greater opportunities for teachers to use their skills and experience across the globe at a range of international schools in a host of exciting locations.

As the number of international schools increases, so does the demand for experienced and effective English-speaking teachers.

Supporting Teachers and Schools

For Schools...

For Teachers...

  • International schools looking for high quality teaching staff
  • Teachers working the UK that are interested in working abroad
  • UK schools interested in recruiting overseas staff
  • Currently working abroad, looking for a route back to a UK school


International Brochure 2015We're here to help you achieve your goals..


As one the UK's leading provider of staffing and supply services to schools, The Education Network is perfectly positioned to help international schools around the world recruit english speaking teaching professionals and to enable education professionals achieve their career goals.

The International Recruitment Division is staffed by educational professionals with experience of working at international schools so we understand your needs. We also understand that the idea of relocating internationally to teach can be daunting, so our team will give you the benefit of their first-hand experience of living and teaching abroad to make sure your experience is a successful one.

Click on the brochure to the right to find out more about the International Teachers and Schools Division at The Education Network.


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Support for International Schools

Nigel Richard InternationalThe demand for international education is increasing dramatically in many parts of the world, creating a demand for school systems based on curricula, mainly from Britain and America, but also from Australia and other English speaking nations.

International schools cater for the richest 5% of the non-English speaking world. A typical international school teaches wholly or partly in English, is independent and is located in a non-English speaking country.

New schools are being opened all the time and it is clear that there is no end in sight for the demand for places at all types of English-medium international schools.

Governments increasingly recognise the importance of having a vibrant international schools market and some, like South Korea, are actively encouraging schools to open. There are considerable economic advantages and it reduces the need for their own students to study abroad. More and more countries are allowing their nationals to attend these schools.

International schools are now big business and there are many well-funded groups buying and building schools. Altogether, the proportion of schools run for profit is increasing significantly:

  • In 2012, there are 6,000+ English language, English Curriculum and IB Curriculum schools across the globe.
  • These are not TEFL / ESL schools. Local school children come from the top 5% of society therefore schools are cash rich.
  • They can be profit making or non profit making schools, and can be either stand alone schools or part of a large group.
  • The number of schools will reach 7,900 by 2015 and over 11,000 by 2020.
  • The number of students will grow to 3.3 million in 2015 and 4.6 million by 2020.
  • The number of staff will exceed 300,000 by 2015 and 420,000 in 2020.
  • 200,000 new teachers will need to be recruited over the next 10 years

If you would like to enquire about teaching within international schools, please send your CV and a covering letter to international or contact our International Recruitment Team on +44(0)1138231953.


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