Migration from developing countries : The case of South African teachers to the United Kingdom

  title={Migration from developing countries : The case of South African teachers to the United Kingdom},
  author={RIAN DE VILLIERS},
  • Published 2007
The United Kingdom (particularly England) is the main developed country that recruits teachers from South Africa. This article provides an overview of teacher migration from South Africa to the United Kingdom over the past decade. The research focuses on the following aspects of migration: the recruitment of South African teachers; motivation for migration; the impact of teacher shortages in both the recruiting and the source country, and experiences of South African teachers in the United… CONTINUE READING


Publications citing this paper.


Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 29 references

The career plans of newly qualified South African teachers

C Bertram, S Appleton, N Muthukrishna, V Wedekind
South African Journal of Education • 2006
View 2 Excerpts
Highly Influenced

Teacher turnover , wastage and movements between schools

A Smithers, P Robinson
View 1 Excerpt
Highly Influenced

Wasted lives ? Access to the profession for overseas trained teachers . Adult Learning , September 1995 . Teaching overseas " precarious " . 2005 . [ Online ] . News 24

H Sutherland, S Rees
View 3 Excerpts
Highly Influenced

Don't fret if we use Zim teachers, says Hindle

F Forde
Journal of Educational Studies, • 2007
View 1 Excerpt

Foreigners could tackle maths crisis

C McGreal, R Smithers

Kingdon G & Knight J 2001

Race and the incidence of unemployment in South Africa, Centre for the Study • 2007

Middelvinger vir die onnie

Beeld, February • 2006

Middelvinger vir die onnie . Beeld , February 8 , 13 . SABC Special Assignment . 2004 . Lessons abroad

M Rossouw
View 1 Excerpt

Onderwysers verlaat die beroep in strepe : Krisis dreig

R Garner
Rapport • 2006

Should teachers stay at home ? The impact of international teacher mobility

S Appleton, WJ Morgan, A Sives
Journal of International Development • 2006
View 1 Excerpt

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…