TESOL Jobs in Poland
Poland has attracted many businesses from IT and banking sectors since the country joined the European Union (EU) in 2004, and the country’s ESL industry has expanded rapidly since then. General English, conversational English, and Business English are the largest ESL markets.
Poland’s ESL industry consists mainly of small private schools run by American and British expatriates. A few local and international institutes have opened chains throughout the country. Most TESOL jobs are found in Warsaw, Krakow, and Gdansk.
Although EU citizenship is preferred, some schools help US and Canadian teachers with the work permit application; the process is quicker in Poland than int other EU nations. Contact the Polish embassy for more information.
Teachers earn 1,500 to 2,000 Euro per month and some schools offer partially subsidized accommodation.