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Teach English in Poland
Poland is a nation of international travellers, who have influenced the culture of countless nations. As a country with such strong connections to English speaking countries, having a strong fluency in English is vital for Polish students and workers. Whether you are a first time TEFL teacher or a seasoned classroom leader Poland is calling you!
This scholarship gives you the opportunity to live and teach across 11 different Polish cities. Each week of teaching gives you 65 hours of live teaching, boosting your TEFL CV.
This program is ideal for travellers with an adventurous spirit who want a unique experience. How many people do you know who have seen so much of Poland?
Teach English in Krakow
Krakow boasts Europe´s largest city square, the best nightlife and a gripping historical past. For teachers placed in this part of Poland a trip to the Wieliczka Salt Mines can´t be missed. Take a tour to the largest subterranean church and walk through 300km of underground galleries.
A day trip to the Auschwitz concentration camp is a once in a lifetime experience, transporting visitors back to an era which must never be forgotten.
Teach English in Warsaw
Warsaw is the capital of Poland and is a mecca for business, tourism and art. Warsaw has been the set for many iconic movies, which is no surprise considering its architecture and memorable history. Pass through the city´s old town, a UNESCO world heritage area, and marvel at the colossal size of the palace of culture and science.
Music lovers won´t be disappointed here, particularly in the summer when countless concerts and festivals take place. Keep the beginning of June free and grab a ticket to the Orange Warsaw Festival.
Teach English in Poznan
Poznan is one of Poland´s oldest and most culturally rich cities. Mark June 21st into your diary as a date to be in Poznan for the Kupala night celebration. Thousands of Chinese lanterns are released at night to celebrate the act of falling in love. A spectacle of love!
Looking for something a bit different in your time in Poland? Visit Poznan´s croissant museum! A croissant and a stroll along lake Malta are a match made in heaven.
Teach English in Wroclaw
The largest and most culturally prominent cities in Poland, Wroclaw is an under-appreciated gem which deserves your traveller energy. A regular host city for international film festivals, your time outside of teaching will be jam-packed with events and activities. Parts of the city date back to the 10th century, its aesthetic beauty infectious to all onlookers.
Scholarship Fee Sponsorship
Once you are accepted you can gain up to 97% sponsored tuition alongside meals and accommodation. Combine your TEFL training with practical teaching across 7 destinations including Malta, Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary.
|3-week package||2-week package||1-week package|
|Refund on completion||€50||0||0|
|Online TEFL course||120 hours||120 hours||120 hours|
|Real-world live teaching||200 hours||130 hours||60 hours|
|Scholarship completion certificate||320 hours||250 hours||180 hours|
|All accommodation & food||✔||✔||✔|
|A full reference letter||✔||✔||✔|
|Free city tour & lunch before programs||✔||✔||✔|
|Total Scholarship Cost||€629||€519||€289|
|Our Scholarship||€610 (save 97%)||€390 (save 75%)||€100 (save 35%)|
TEFL Scholarship Requirements
- Native English speaker
- High School diploma or higher
- TEFL qualification (120 hours included)
- Min 18 years old (juniors) or 21 years old (adult programs)
- Enthusiastic, driven, open to meeting new people and experiencing new cultures
- Flexible, hardworking and mature
- Good mental and physical health
- Clean police record
What you need to organise
- International flights: return flights
- Police check: clean police background check
- Budget: You’ll need to cover living essentials and external trips
- Travel insurance: we never travel without it
- Visa costs: country dependent
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