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Teach English in Exciting and Dynamic Poland

Recent graduate? Seasoned ESL teacher or no experience at all? Professional in pursuit of change? Whatever your situation, a teaching job in up and coming Poland could well be the answer.

About your role as an English teacher in Poland

Coined the undiscovered ‘heart of Europe’, this fairy-tale-like nation is home to a wealth of opportunity, which we’re waiting to help you tap into.

You’ll work with a local Polish assistant to plan and lead English language classes to small groups of students. 

Private kindergartens and primary school teaching jobs in Poland

  • Full time work on weekdays (traditional school hours)
  • Teaching oral English to children
  • Small groups of up to 15 students
  • Teaching in person at school

Private training center teaching jobs in Poland 

  • 20-25 hours teaching a week
  • Evening and some weekend work
  • Teaching oral English to children or adults of varying English abilities
  • 1 to 1 classes or small groups of 4-6
  • Teaching in person and online


Teach English in Poland

Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk

  • Competitive local salary

    A monthly salary of €1,000 – €1,200 (rising up to €1,900 over time and based on performance)
  • Assistance with housing

    Help finding a suitable apartment and negotiating a deal to suit your budget
  • Training

    City and school orientation
  • Flexible contract

    Contracts between 5 – 12 months (the longer you stay, the higher the salary is likely to be)
  • Visa support

    We’ll make sure you’re working legally and safely within Poland
  • Application support

    Resume and interview guidance to ensure your application is in line with Polish school expectations
  • Network of teachers

    Join our community of over 50 teachers in Poland from across the world
  • Ongoing assistance

    Post-arrival support and guidance

* means you can live comfortable and have a great quality of life

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Where can I teach in Poland?

English is now a crucial part of the national school curriculum in Poland, opening up plenty of opportunity. Whether you’re dreaming of historical hubs, nightlife hotspots or rural villages, Poland will not disappoint. We are actively recruiting for teachers in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, as well as various smaller towns and cities.

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Start dates

Our private school teaching placements in Poland run year-round, with start dates in February and September. Contracts last for 5-12 months depending on location.

In order to be successfully matched with a school in good time, we encourage you to apply at least 6 weeks in advance of your intended departure date for UK/EU nationals. Non-UK/EU nationals will need to apply at least 3 months in advance in order to complete the visa application process in time.

What are you waiting for? If you’re looking for a fast, easy and reliable way to launch your teaching adventure in Poland, you’re in the right place!

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Our fee

Making sure you secure a reliable job with one of our trusted partner schools, are working legally and safely, and have all the support you need to thrive in Poland – is our top priority.

Our one off fee of £449 means we can do this for you.

So, get in touch and let’s begin your journey to Poland today!


  • Be from a country where English is the official language
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Open to a new culture
  • TEFL / TESOL or CELTA preferred - not yet TEFL certified? Book your TEFL course today

Why apply with Impact Teaching?

A bit about us:

✅ We’re a UK based company founded by the ex-TEFL teachers behind Teach English in China – a company with over 18 years’ experience helping new teachers start their adventures abroad.
✅ We started Impact Teaching in 2019 to open up more options for our teachers across the globe.
✅ Transparency, safety, community, and training are our core values – we believe that by providing these – our teachers will have the best possible time.
✅ We do all the complicated and difficult parts of the process – so that you can relax with peace of mind that everything will get sorted.
✅ We’re an award winning company – at the 2022 Go Overseas Community Choice Awards – we were recognised for excellence in ‘support’ and ‘benefits’ from over 13,000 providers.
✅ We only place teachers legally with trusted partners that we have longstanding relationships with – who we deem safe and reliable.


Poland is an excellent destination for teaching English as a foreign language. With a high demand for English teachers and a low cost of living, Poland offers an affordable yet fulfilling teaching experience. Additionally, Poland boasts a rich history, vibrant culture, and beautiful landscapes, making it a fantastic place to live and explore.

To teach English in Poland, you will need to have a TEFL certification. Most language schools in Poland require a minimum of a 120-hour TEFL course. This certification will equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively teach English as a foreign language.

There are several ways to find teaching jobs in Poland. You can search for jobs online, apply directly to language schools, or work with a recruitment agency. Some popular job boards to find teaching jobs in Poland include,, and

The average salary for English teachers in Poland varies depending on the school and the location. However, English teachers in Poland can expect to earn a competitive salary, ranging from 3,000 to 7,000 PLN per month. Additionally, many schools offer benefits such as free accommodation, visa sponsorship, and paid holidays.

Teaching English in Poland offers numerous benefits. You will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture, learn the language, and explore the country's rich history. Additionally, you will gain valuable teaching experience, develop new skills, and build your CV, making you a more competitive candidate for future job opportunities.

Obtaining a work visa in Poland can be a straightforward process, especially if you have a job offer from a language school. Most schools will provide visa sponsorship and assist you with the visa application process. Additionally, Poland has a low cost of living, making it an affordable option for those looking to teach abroad.

Want to teach in Poland?

We've got you covered! Discover our teaching jobs in Poland and launch an exciting career as an international teacher. To apply for this role, fill out the below application form and an advisor will contact you with next steps.

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