‘Successful Living Abroad’ is an 18-part on-line global lecture series based on the expatriate family book series by ExpatExpert.com author Robin Pascoe. Each short segment (one hour in total if watched all at once) addresses themes of global mobility as examined in Pascoe’s books: challenges for the accompanying expat spouse; raising children abroad; relocating a relationship; and finally, coming home again (repatriation).
Krakow has a medium sized expatriate community, so finding a solid support network in your new home is absolutely achievable. International events, social clubs, and sport teams are just a few things available to help you find new friends. Being able to communicate with those in a similar situation or those who have preceded you can make the transition into your new city much smoother. The links below and the tips in this video provide some information about expatriate services in Krakow.
International Clubs & Associations
A multicultural, social and family-oriented group providing friendship, advice and support to its members.
One of the only expat-oriented websites based in Warsaw, this site is a forum run by expats for expats.
A forum dedicated for British expatriates living in Poland.
One of the largest web portals discussing all things expat for women living overseas.
The expat women’s magazine. ExpatAngels.org is an interactive information resource and community assisting and bringing together expat women to walk through key relocation and expatriate decisions step-by-step.
For those missing their religious brethren from home, Christ the King Church might be for you.
Gives an overview of the sports environment in the city, and also has a link to all sports associations in Krakow.