Location
  • Poland
    • Krakow
    • Warsaw
    • Wroclaw
Length
52+ weeks
Classroom Audience
Early Childhood Middle School High School University Students Adults Business

Program Details

Qualifications
  • Native or near native level of English
Classroom Audience
Early Childhood Middle School High School University Students Adults Business
Housing
Apartment
Weekly Classroom Hours
20
Age Min.
18
Age Max
60

Pricing

Salary / Benefits
Full-time salaries for teachers in Poland range between €750 and €1500 per month depending on your qualifications and experience. In addition to your salary, you'll receive the below benefits:

- Wide community of ESL teachers and students
- Arrival and pre-departure support
- 24/7 in-country support
- Regular social events
- Exclusive access to teaching programs in Poland, China, Vietnam and Cambodia
Starting Price
590
Price Details
Note, this is not a job placement fee, it make sure we can provide the following services:
- Application support, including resume building service & mock ESL interview
- Guaranteed teaching position in Poland
- Pre-departure support
- Post-arrival support (including help settling in & finding accommodation)
- Polish SIM card
- Access to ESL market in other cities after placement
What's Included
Activities SIM cards Visa
What's Included (Extra)

Note that if you do need a visa (non-EU nationals), we will assist with the application, but you must cover the costs.

What's Not Included
Accommodation Airfare Domestic Airfare Meals Transportation Travel Insurance
May 13, 2022
Apr 28, 2022
2 travelers are looking at this program

About Program

Launch a rewarding ESL adventure in the heart of Europe with Impact Teaching. Join us in one of three fairy-tale-like cities, where you’ll live, work and explore all that Poland has to offer—in safe hands.

Poland is quickly becoming one of Europe’s most popular teaching hotspots, and it’s not hard to see why; its low cost of living, enchanting cities and wealth of opportunity make it an awesome place to be. But it’s not exactly easy to secure a position here alone; language barriers, entry requirements and school expectations can quickly put a dampener on the excitement of moving abroad.

But don't worry—we're here to give you a stress-free route to finding and securing a job you'll love. From choosing your city and preparing an application, to settling in and solving problems, we’re here every step of the way.

Scroll on to learn how we can help you take the confusion out of your search and start your adventure in Poland!

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Program Highlights

  • Guaranteed job for all successful applicants
  • Access to countrywide positions, including Krakow, Warsaw and Gdansk
  • Resume building service & mock interview
  • Flexible start dates—the choice is yours
  • Full pre- and post-arrival support

Program Reviews

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  • Support 9.8
  • Fun 9.5
  • Facilities 10
  • Safety 10
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Malaika
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Teacher through Impact teaching

I had the best experience with Impact Teaching. I have a few friends that are also with other agencies and struggle so much with clear communication and transparency. I do not have this problem with Impact teaching. I feel very lucky to have started with Impact teaching. Arnold really goes above and beyond with his work. I am from South African Cape Town and I moved to Wroclaw Poland end of Feb this year 2022. It has been a wild but fun rollercoaster and Aronal has been by my side giving great advice on what to do next. He understands what teachers need. I highly recommend Impact teaching.

2 people found this review helpful.
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Mahalia
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Great first start

Impact Teaching is good with helping you find work and getting through the visa process. They also are good with helping you find places to make friends and find things to do in your city. Arnold was very supportive with helping me transition into Warsaw; following through on my documentation for my taxes, school, and further legalization of stay. On their Youtube, their are many helpful guides to assist potential teachers. I would strongly recommend this organization to anyone thinking about teaching in Poland!

Pros
  • Employment
  • Getting settled
  • Making friends
3 people found this review helpful.
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Liam
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Teaching English in Poland

I have really enjoyed the Poland programme since I came to Warsaw in November 2021. I enjoy the school I work with and the students I teach, work are very helpful with resources and guidance. I really like living in Warsaw, it is a very well connected city with good places to go out and plenty to do, and Poland is also a very interesting country to travel around.

Impact teaching have been very helpful with providing support and creating a context in which I could share my ideas.

Furthermore, Warsaw is a great city to live in if you are interested in history, having studied history at undergraduate level I have really enjoyed this aspect of Warsaw and Poland.

Pros
  • Providing teaching experience with planning and delivery of lessons
  • Great context to learn about history in Warsaw
  • Great support around giving ideas and sharing my own ideas
3 people found this review helpful.
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Laura
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Reliable, Sociable and Fun!

Having been with the program before to a summer camp in China, I was keen to stay with the company when I moved to teach in Poland.

Impact Teaching sorted out a safe (and legal!) way to get a lower tax rate by working with a local company in Poland, as well as getting the appropriate visa post-Brexit. Having the local company there also meant there was support on the ground (such as PESEL number, accommodation, bank account, etc.) as well as all the support from Impact Teaching with the visa etc.

Impact Teaching helped me secure a job at a school which is well-reviewed and has a good reputation, and before applying they reformatted my CV into the style which is preferred by Polish schools. The stress was taken out of the application process, and I had a chance to ask about the visa and practicalities of moving to Poland during the interview.

Perhaps most importantly, I became part of a network of teachers in Poland, which involved being part of groupchats, zoom calls and then actually spending nearly all of my time with them when I arrived in Warsaw! This was very important to me from a social point of view, but also meant that other teachers could suggest jobs for you that they don't have time for.

Overall, I wouldn't have made the move to Poland without the help of Impact Teaching - especially post-Brexit, the help with visas has been invaluable, as well as the social side where you can meet many likeminded teachers :) Being able to talk with previous teachers was also really helpful and answered any remaining questions I had.

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Get really involved with everything that comes your way in Poland! Make sure to ask lots of questions to Impact Teaching as they will be able to help and can also direct you to people that have previously completed the program.
9 people found this review helpful.

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