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Job prospects for an English (and German) speaker in Poland?


polska12369
13 Jan 2010 #1
I am looking for a job where I will be able to use the English language. Any offers or ideas.
1jola 14 | 1,879
13 Jan 2010 #2
You can get certified as an English teacher, learn English grammar, then teach.

Do you have a profession?
nataliem93 - | 1
8 Aug 2010 #3
Merged: Job Prospects in Poland with English, Polish and German language skills

Hey there, my name is Natalie and I live in Scotland therefore I am a native English speaker. I am 17 and going to university in Glasgow in 2011 to study for an MA in Polish and German. This means I would speak fluent English, German and Polish. I was just wondering what the job prospects would be for me in Poland if I graduated with this degree, are language graduates generally successful?

Kind regards :)

Natalie xx
smurf 39 | 1,981
8 Aug 2010 #4
get yourself some kind of TEFL and you should be sorted if you want to teach english,
but with the german qualification you'd be able to teach it no hassle, all the classes are done in the target language so even though you're studyin polish you wouldnt even have to use it at all.

From another topic:

Proficiency in English (CPC), how far it would get in Poland?

My Polish friend speaks perfect polish and english. She has got Cambridge Proficiency Certificate passed with A. How far would it get her in Poland? Is it some sort of equivalent of a polish something?She has no university degree.

With just the English knowledge (even perfect) she could be a teacher or translator at most... (but then she would need a college degree to teach). Maybe she could be hired as a private interpreter or something.


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