Teaching Jobs In Zambia

Teaching Jobs in Government and private Universities in Zambia

Zambia is a beautiful, land-locked African country with much to offer in terms of nature and growth. Being a developing nation, it has a strong focus towards building a robust education system. This combined with a stable political scenario makes it a great place to foster a lasting career for teaching professionals.

Today, there are a large number of public and private universities and colleges teaching medicine, nursing, engineering and management courses.

As the higher education sector in Zambia is still growing, they need faculty from other countries to develop their next generation of teachers and professors. 

Our association with Copperbelt University, their second largest government university has opened up opportunities for Indian professors to join forces with them and contribute to a stronger educational foundation in Zambia. 

Basic Salary

Academic RankSalary
Associate Professor$ 2500 - 2800
Senior Lecturer$ 2300 - 2600
Lecturer$ 2000 - 2300

Qualification Required

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    PHD is mandatory for all teaching jobs in Zambia.

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    Minimum 2 years of teaching experience.

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    Research experience is an added advantage.

Other Benefits

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    Renewable contract of three years

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    Low cost of living and high saving potential

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    Air-travel tickets for self and your family

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    Medical Insurance and Gratuity of 35% at the end of the contract

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    Semi furnished accommodation within the campus

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Zambia Highlights

  • Victoria falls in Zambia is known as one of the widest water falls in the world.

  • Sparsely populated, creating a unique experience in discovering self

  • Land locked Zambia has 8 countries as its neighbours.

  • Zambia is know to be one of the most peaceful and safe African country.

  • It is the world’s only quadripoint - 4 country borders meet here

  • Zambia produces around 1.5 million tonnes of Copper every year.

  • Zambia is Africa’s second-largest copper producer and world’s seventh largest.

  • Capital: Lusaka
    Official language: English
    Currency: Zambian kwacha

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