Less than 2 hours from Warsaw, this historically famous textile hub has undergone masses of transformation to become one of the student hotspots of Poland. Boasting the longest trading street in Europe, Piotrkowska has everything – along here you can score a bargain at the kilo shop or try the best coffee in the city at The Brick Coffee Factory. As a result of being a major industry hub, during WWII it became a production centre for the Nazis, as well as becoming infamous for the Lodz Ghetto.

One of the main tourist attractions of Lodz is Manufaktura, a combination of shopping, leisure and culture which is based in a renovated textile factory. The complex hosts seasonal events, such as ice skating and sporting events, and is often referred to as the heart of the city.


Teach English in Lodz

This position is with a private school in the heart of the city. Your work is a combination of in person and online work, with learners of all ages. Classes are focused on practising oral English, either 1-1 or in small groups of 4-6 students.

Streets of Lodz, Poland

What to expect

Up to 62.5 PLN per hour

Full-time hours available, in-person and online

Flexible working hours, possible everyday each week

Various age groups, 70% adults, 30% children

Small classes or 1-to-1 lessons


Have you got what it takes?

To be eligible to apply, you’ll need to:

Hold a passport from a country that has English as one of its official languages

Have some prior teaching experience


The Program

If there’s one thing for sure, it’s that you should never have to pay to work. And with us you won’t have to; but, to be able to offer the support, guidance, training, and resources we’re known for, we require all participants to pay a program service fee.

Program Fee

We charge a one-off support fee of £630 (£550 if you already have a TEFL certificate) to cover the expenses of the program inclusions.


The program fee includes on-going support with finding a job and settling in, resume writing tips, and a low tax rate when you start working.


Getting your adventure off the ground…

From application to arrival, the overall process will take around 3 months. It might sound scary but it needn’t – we’re here to walk you through the entire process, so you spend less time panicking and more time preparing. Here’s how it works:

Step 1

Send us your application

Craft your cover letter, upload your CV and answer a few simple questions.

Step 2

Chat to us

Jump on a 30-minute call and tell us about you, what you’re looking for and when you want to go.

Step 3

Sign up

Submit your enrolment form and pay the program fee. Then… you’re all set!

Start your adventure today

Apply now for flexible start dates year-round