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Clark University in Warsaw Campus (Professional Communication)


Matt6 1 | -
22 May 2015 #1
Hello,
I would like to know if there are people who study in Clark University in Warsaw campus. Do you know if it has good reputation and career opportunities? If anybody has some informatio please reply :)

Thanks in advance
team
26 May 2015 #2
hi

it is American university, same as other university in Warsaw, language of study is English,they want English transcript and certificate for admission and after graduate, they will give u English certificate from Clark,

i was there last week, for exam for IT master cost around 2000 USD
chinmaykoranne 1 | 5
13 Dec 2015 #3
Merged: Information about Clark University, Warsaw.

Hello everyone!

Can anyone give me an idea about how is the Clark University, Warsaw?
I am going to study Master of Science in Professional Communication. How is the campus and part time jobs available for the student studying in Warsaw?

Please share your valuable views.
terri 1 | 1661
13 Dec 2015 #4
Make doubly sure that this is a recognised University and whether any prospective employers will recognise this qualification.
delphiandomine 86 | 17843
13 Dec 2015 #5
Please share your valuable views.

It's not a university, there are no part time jobs and you can expect it to be worth as much as a piece of toilet paper.
chinmaykoranne 1 | 5
13 Dec 2015 #6
@terri Okay I will confirm it.

@delphiandomine Okay i will not work there. I will only study
terri 1 | 1661
13 Dec 2015 #7
>>>>>@terri Okay I will confirm it.
See where it is on the country's Uni. listing....
cms 9 | 1253
14 Dec 2015 #8
If you mean the one near Boston then it is a University or at least a grad school, and fairly respectable at that. No idea what this Warsaw extension is like though.
terri 1 | 1661
14 Dec 2015 #9
I suspect that not many people have actually even heard of Clark Uni in Warsaw.
However, the decision for study at this place is left to you, EXCEPT, don't come back if it doesn't work out.
This is NOT the way to get into the country, remain and get a good job afterwards.
delphiandomine 86 | 17843
14 Dec 2015 #10
This is NOT the way to get into the country, remain and get a good job afterwards.

Well, it is a good way. Graduates of Polish higher education get an automatic two year residence permit and are exempt from obtaining work permits.
terri 1 | 1661
14 Dec 2015 #11
I was not aware of that.This changes everything.
In this way, being a student pays off, and once you calculate the cost of your 'education', you can remain in Poland for 2 years afterwards and earn more than enough to cover your initial fees.
Protostu - | 1
29 Jan 2016 #12
I came across the below web link in an article's (careers in poland comment section.
udsc.gov.pl/en/cudzoziemcy/obywatele-panstw-trzecich/chce-przedluzyc-swoj-pobyt-w-polsce/zezwolenie-na-pobyt-czasowy/absolwent-poszukujacy-pracy/
Is is true that the temporary residence permit varies from 3 months to 1 year, unlike the 2 years you had mentioned?


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