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I'd like to move to Poland. Maybe teaching Italian?


Alexis
15 Jul 2006  #1
Hello!
I am a 24 years old italian boy from Milan. I'd like to move in Poland, especially in Krakow, and find a jon in this city, maybe teaching italian as a native speaker, but I have no experience in this field (I graduated in business administration) and I don't speak Polish (only very good English and a little French).

Are there any job opportunities for me? Do anyone have any tips on that?
Thank you very much
Alessio
Tlum
15 Jul 2006  #2
Hi Alexis,

It's good you'd like to move to Poland. How much do you know about Poland? Do you have a diploma in teaching - or at least experience?
Wwa
15 Jul 2006  #3
you should look smth on my thread maybe, im looking for the same thing, and i am an italian too.
OP Alexis
16 Jul 2006  #4
Tlum, as I have already written I don't have neither a diploma in teaching (I'm an accountant graduated in business administration) nor any other qualifications or experiences. I know that in this way finding a job in a language school is rather difficult but I don't loose anything in trying. It would be better if I'd find a job suitable to my studies but it's quite impossible.

About my knowledge of Poland, I've a friend in Poland, near Krakow, and he's teaching me a lot of interesting things about Poland, from history to culture, and some words in polish.

Wwa, I've read all the discussion about you and it helped me. I really want tomove in Poland and I thought that finding a job as an italian teacher would have been easier than finding any other job. For me it'd not be a problema teaching, the only thing is that I've no experience or qualifications. By the way, I'll try to email some school and the university of Krakow. I still have hopes :)
apsou
16 Jul 2006  #5
Hello!
I am a 24 years old italian boy from Milan. I'd like to move in Poland, especially in Krakow, and find a jon in this city, maybe teaching italian as a native

hi Alexis!I am from Greece!I have been to Poland `cause my girlfriend 4 times.Poland for me that i am coming from Athens is LOVELY!!!I have been to Milano too.For sure you will like krakow, but its a long distance between go somewhere to stay,that go somewhere for holidays or 2-3 mounths....My opinion is to start first for holidays...
Wujek_Dobra_Rada
16 Jul 2006  #6
Alexis - as a native speaker in a language school you don`t need any experience in teaching it`s enough if you speak the language and have a good contact with people. I know quite succesful English native speaker working in various language schools in my area who before comming to Poland was a policeman in Canada - so I don`t think that a teacher diploma is the most important thing here.
BRONET
23 Jul 2006  #7
I think you do some short course TEFL or something.

By the way, interesting to see how people will trade their well paying jobs just to move to another country for the adventure.... =]

Especially that most polish migrants are economic migrants
IndianPolishGurl
23 Jul 2006  #8
By the way, interesting to see how people will trade their well paying jobs just to move to another country for the adventure.... =]

Maybe cause some people feel the need to live in their culture, or a culture they adopt as their own. Money cant buy you everything. So I guess people will trde their well paying jobs for a plane ticket to Poland (or India, for instance) to have an ''adventure'' that they probably find they will not be able to live without.

I guess you just dont understand the value of culture. Culture is something we all ID ourselves with. You say ''Polish born Australian''. I say simply Polish or Inidan... who cares where you are born, you ID yourself as Australian then thats what you are. If u feel u are Polish Australian then thats both of what you are. But if you see yourself as Australian with a Polish bg then u are really just Australian and thats no bad either as long as you dont imply that Australia is so much better then Poland, without understanding your roots and your culture.

A person with no roots has no culture. A person who has a different culture to their roots has lost their root culture and a person who does not feel much to their roots will not understand their root culture therefore saying that the person needs to open up and see the other perspectives... but then again they are probably too narrow mided to even realize that much!
olivier74
16 Mar 2007  #9
Moving to Poland

Hi guys & gales,

I am moving to Lodz to join my girlfriend. I am looking for an opportunity where I can use my languages skills (French, Spanish, English), Management & International Sales.

Let me know your tips,
Huegel 1 | 296
16 Mar 2007  #10
Is it me or is it windy in here. :)

Can't help you i'm afraid, but good luck in Lodz.
webcrawler 2 | 5
18 Feb 2010  #11
good scope of teaching job here in Poland for Italian language
Anna Ristori - | 1
10 Aug 2014  #12
Merged: Is any chance for me to work in Poland as an Italian lector?

czesc! I'm Anna, I'm not used to write in forums so I'm terribly sorry if I'm writing in the wrong place, I'm just giving it a try though cause I have no one else to ask :/ here's the point: I'm Italian, I'm 22, I'm about to graduate in foreign languages and literatures (Polish and English) and i would like to know if you think there is any chance for me to work in Poland as a teacher. For sure, I won't be a polish teacher cause it's true I'm graduating but I'm sure I still have lot of things to learn. I understand pretty good, I'm good at writing but I take a kinda long time to answer in a conversation cause I have to think about you know, 1 million genres, declinations and so on. So I hope I can be maybe Italian lector as I'm a native speaker or English teacher would be fine anyway.

What do you think? Thank you!
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
10 Aug 2014  #13
Probably many of your questions have been answered here, in this list of threads: search for Italian.


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