Welcome To The Africa

A dedicated team that delivers comprehensive solutions to transform school education from the stage of infancy to vibrant global standard.

TBI has evolved with a team of talented and experienced academicians and educationists who know what it takes to make the transition possible. If you run a school in any part of the world and nurture a desire to transform the 'centre of learning' into a 'centre of excellence' with global standards, then take a game changing tour.

If you are a teacher with global aspiration



There are teaching opportunities in the African continent spread across 54 countries. Some of the key regions covered by The Boston Initiative are:

  • Ethiopia
  • Sudan
  • Ghana
  • Nigeria

Teaching jobs are available in private co-educational schools that provides an adapted version of the International curriculum.. To work in these schools, a candidate requires a Bachelors Degree in the specialized subject as well as a Bachelors Degree or Masters Degree in Education. If a candidate’s first degree is not in Education then the candidate needs to acquire one. A minimum work experience of two years in the related area is required as an eligibility criteria.


Teaching salary in Africa typically ranges from $2000 to $3500 after tax. The benefits include free accommodation, return flights, medical insurance and tuition fee.

Life In Africa

There's something about Africa that keeps luring people back. If you want to work in Africa there are plenty of opportunities. The continent hardly lacks unskilled labour, but there is a demand for skilled workers, particularly those with long experience in the industry and/or a university degree. The culture of Africa is known for its ethnic and cultural diversity.

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