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Moving to Gdynia / Tri-City Poland - I'd like to find English-only speaking job


griff7
29 May 2007 #1
The Big Move is Finally Here,

I have a couple of desicions I need help on before I go.

I have a really good car that i have invested alot of money in. I have decided to drive it to poland. What is the procedure for taking a uk car to poland?

I have a teaching job setup to start in September, but I would like to move sooner. Are there any english only speaking jobs that might arise in the Summer?

Is there anyone currently living in Gydnia that would be interested in swapping english lessons for polish lessons?

Any help would be great
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161
29 May 2007 #2
What is the procedure for taking a uk car to poland?

There isn't any I think. After some time (3 months?) you have to change the plates and buy Polish insurance.
adi
3 Jun 2007 #3
you cant have polish plates on RHD car
teddybear
27 Jun 2010 #4
i would like to study in poland. so if i may move to poland how am i to find a cheap place to live in?
LeeHughes 6 | 15
4 Feb 2011 #5
live in gdynia area... anybody else?
tikamika
2 May 2011 #6
hi. i'm young but i'd like to meet foreigners to learn english a bit. and of course i may laern you polish. i live in Gdynia. And may i help you ?

Type: tikamika@interia.pl
Wika
17 Jul 2012 #7
Merged: English, Polish, French speaker - work in Gdynia/Sopot/Gdansk (TrojMiasto)?

Hi everyone,

I'm currently living in Canada and am looking to move to Poland for a few years to stay with family. I'm a native English speaker, but I also speak Polish and French. I have no idea how to go about looking for a job in Poland. I speak, read, and write in Polish, but in a conversational way - I understand everything, but sometimes get lost for words when having a more "complicated" conversation (like when talking about something like politics or business). I'm a University graduate (degree in Psychology), so I do have some schooling. I'll be staying with my grandparents in Gdynia, so I would prefer to work somewhere in that general area.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to what steps I can take before actually getting on a plane and blindly flying overseas? hahaha

Thanks :)

Wiktoria
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
17 Jul 2012 #8
I'll be staying with my grandparents in Gdynia

First things first - are you sure that this is a good idea? Do they have adequate living conditions for you to have your own life?
Wika
17 Jul 2012 #9
Yup, there's plenty of space and I have a good relationship with them.


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