About

Polish classes in Kraków and Online

Like Polish was opened in Kraków, Poland in 2012 by Magda Górna. Since then, we’ve been teaching passionate

students, groups and companies here in Kraków and students worldwide on Skype.

7

Years in business

200

Students happily learning Polish

14

Years of combined teaching experience

Magda Górna

Cześć! I’m Magda, the founder and lead Polish teacher of Like Polish.

I started Like Polish in 2012 here in Kraków to share my love of the Polish language. I’m a qualified, experienced and passionate teacher with over 10+ years of Polish teaching experience – here in Kraków, throughout Poland, with extensive stops in Ireland and Ukraine, and with a worldwide group of students over Skype. I’m a people, dog, and language lover. I’m a native Polish speaker holding an advanced degree in Teaching Polish as a Foreign Language, have an advanced level of English and am currently studying Italian! 🙂

199

Cups of Coffee

Number of cups of coffee I’ve drank over Skype lessons this past year!

Meet Our Other Teachers

Our two other amazing teachers also hold advanced degrees in Teaching Polish as a Foreign Language!

Aleksandra Strzęp

Polish Teacher

Hi! I adore everything which is connected with Polish language, culture and literature. I have graduated from Polish Philology at Pedagogical University and I have Masters degree of Teaching Polish as a Foreign Language at the Jagiellonian University. I am very interested in comparative language studies and Russian as a modern language. I also collect dictionaries related to my language and literature interests. During my lessons, you'll be sure to get a taste of the Polish language and Polish culture. I'm very passionate about teaching and motivate my students to work hard and do their best in developing their language skills! As a private person, I have a cat and sometimes I listen to quite heavy music. I adore vegetarian cuisine and I am a big home-lover.

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