Are you interested in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that will… Give you full-time paid international teaching experience? Expand your career horizons as you teach a fully immersive national curriculum, taught in English? Allow you to explore a new and unique culture, in one of the most remote and untouched
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT The Institute of Language and Culture Studies (ILCS), a campus of the Royal University of Bhutan (RUB), is currently seeking a lecturer for its English Department. This opportunity is for a year-long contract beginning July 2014, with a
National Order of Merit: His Majesty The King, yesterday, awarded the National Order of Merit, Gold, to Sam Blyth and Nancy Strickland, in recognition of their personal commitment to promote relations between Bhutan and Canada, and their contributions in the
Have you always had an interest in living and teaching in Bhutan – a country with an enriching culture, welcoming people, a transformative education system, and Gross National Happiness? Join us in learning how you can be a part of the
Our executive director and a Canadian teacher had the opportunity to meet with the Sherig Collection staff in Bhutan, where a book fair in Bajothang was recently held. The fair displayed the Rigsum Sherig Collection and attracted many educators from
The Royal Thimphu College announces the requirement of faculty in various subjects for the Fall Semester starting 29th July 2013 as indicated below. We invite interested and highly motivated professionals (both Bhutanese and foreign nationals) to submit applications for faculty
Image by Dectsho’s Royal Thimpu College is recruiting at IT Manager. The Terms of Reference are posted below. For more information, or to apply please contact the HR Manager, Leena Chetri at firstname.lastname@example.org. Terms of Reference for the Information Technology
Canadians have been involved in education in Bhutan since the 1960s. Read this first-person account of the creation of Trashigang School – one of the first school’s in Bhutan built with the help of Father William Mackey, a Canadian Jesuit.
Tashi and Sakteng producer, Sonam Phuntsho, with his UNICEF prize.Photo Credit: The Journalist At the recent Prix Jeunesse International Festival, a biennial festival that promotes quality in television for children and youth worldwide, a Bhutanese TV program came out with the prestigious UNICEF prize.
We here at the Bhutan Canada Foundation hope that all of our fellow Canadians are enjoying their Canada Day Monday! To celebrate Canada Day, we thought we’d tell you a little about Canada’s relationship and history with Bhutan. Enjoy! The