High School Teacher Salary in Botswana

High School Teacher Salary in Botswana

Who is High School Teacher?

A secondary school teacher, more commonly called a high school teacher, instructs students in ninth through twelfth grade in both public and private educational institutions. The primary objective of these teachers is to educate students and prepare them for college and/or the job market.

High School Teacher Salary in Botswana

A High School Teacher working in Botswana will typically earn around 129,000 BWP per year, and this can range from the lowest average salary of about 66,120 BWP to the highest average salary of 194,600 BWP.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a teacher get paid in Botswana?

A mid-career Secondary School Teacher with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of P 183,819 based on 7 salaries. An experienced Secondary School Teacher with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of P 94,000 based on 5 salaries.

How much does a high school teacher earn per month?

Average R 16 266 per month.

How do I become a teacher in Botswana?

Since 2000, teachers in Botswana are required to complete a three year diploma course at a primary college of education in order to teach in a primary school, or at a secondary college of education in order to teach in a junior secondary school.

How much do lecturers earn in Botswana?

Botswana International University of Science and Technology (BIUST) pays P32 060 to their lecturers, but can pay a maximum of 40 per cent of the salary as supplementation.

Where are the highest paid teachers in the world?

Luxembourg. According to an OECD report, Luxembourg (a European country) has the highest-paid teachers in the world. Another source indicates that a bachelor’s degree holder is entitled to an initial salary of €67,000 (US $70,323.20) per annum at the start of their teaching career.

Are teachers in demand in Botswana?

Because Botswana is sparsely populated, many people have a difficult time accessing quality education. Therefore, qualified and motivated teachers are highly appreciated.

How do you become a Lecturer in Botswana?

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management/ Entrepreneurship or related field with a classification of a 2(i) or higher. PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) or other teaching qualification is required. BQA accreditation (or accreditation from a recognized qualification authority) is essential.

Is Botswana education good?

Education in Botswana is provided by public schools and private schools. Education in Botswana is governed by the Ministries of Basic Education. and Tertiary, Research Science and Technology Among sub-Saharan African countries, Botswana has one of the highest literacy rates.

What is the minimum age to become a lecturer?

Age Criteria to Become a Lecturer

Junior Research Fellowship (JRF): Candidates should not be more than 28 years of age for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) as of the year of the exam. SC, OBC, ST, PwD and women candidates are given a relaxation of 5 years.

Who is the youngest teacher in the world?

Alia Sabur

Alia Sabur (born February 22, 1989) is an American materials scientist. She holds the record for being the world’s youngest professor.

Alia Sabur
Scientific career
FieldsMaterials science

Who is World No 1 teacher?

Aristotle. He was a famous Greek philosopher and scientist and is considered as “Father of Western Philosophy”. In 335 B.C., he founded his own school in Athens where he spent most of his life teaching and writing.