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Study in Lublin - what is the student life here? Any racism? Accommodation and part time job possibilities.


MASQUR 1 | -
4 Jun 2015 #1
Hi, I am MASQUR . I am from Bangladesh. I want to study university college of enterprise and administration in lublin. But i don't know student life here, How many problems of racist,accomodation and there are part time job available or not. So details information kindly give me.
DominicB - | 2,678
4 Jun 2015 #2
Forget about that school. It's not a real university, and the "degree" from there is totally worthless.

And if you need a part-time job to finance your studies, forget about Poland altogether. There are no jobs for foreign students in Poland. Make your plans on the very safe assumption that you will never earn a signle penny during your stay in Poland.
gregy741 4 | 1,204
4 Jun 2015 #3
yea..London better for Asians students..lots of Asians and Pakistanis and Bangladesh communities there to help you out.not to mention,economy is booming here now.
Wulkan - | 3,251
5 Jun 2015 #4
Forget about that school. It's not a real university, and the "degree" from there is totally worthless.

Agree, this uni will be a waste of time for the OP.

yea..London better

I also thing London would be the best choice.
jon357 63 | 14,254
5 Jun 2015 #5
@DominicB, don't forget that the OP's range of choices may not be broad and in some places in the world, almost any European institutution impresses.

I'd also disagree that there are "no jobs for foreign students in Poland". There certainly are and I see this often, especially waiters etc, but not in Lublin. The OP would do better to look in Warsaw or Wroclaw.

@Masqur, though racism can sadly exist everywhere, in Poland you'll be fine - especially in the bigger cities (which Lublin isn't). As I say, try Warsaw or Wroclaw (Lodz, Gdansk, Kraków, Poznan are also OK but not so much so for work).
DominicB - | 2,678
5 Jun 2015 #6
don't forget that the OP's range of choices may not be broad

It is certainly not so narrow that this lousy fake school in Lublin should be a viable option, or even on the table at all.

I'd also disagree that there are "no jobs for foreign students in Poland". There certainly are and I see this often,

Baloney. You certainly don't see it often, even in Warsaw. Frankly, I don't remember ever seeing a foreign waiter or waitress in Wrocław who wasn't related to the owner. There may be an occasional rare job for an occasional rare foreign student in an ethnic restaurant, but by far most of those rare foreign waiters you see are family members or pre-existing friends of the owner's. Otherwise, there are exceedingly few job opportunities for foreign students in Poland, especially for those who come from places where a fake degree from a fake school somewhere in "Europe" might mean something. So few, that "none" comes far closer to the mark than "often". A lot closer.
jon357 63 | 14,254
5 Jun 2015 #7
Baloney. You certainly don't see it often, even in Warsaw. Frankly, I don't remember ever seeing a foreign waiter or waitress in Wrocław who wasn't related to the owner.

When were you last here? Probably ages ago. I see it more and more.

Stop trying to discourage anyone who wants to study in Poland.
DominicB - | 2,678
5 Jun 2015 #8
When were you last here? Probably ages ago. I see it more and more.

I doubt things have changed much in the past year. Foreign students rarely find jobs, and holding out the possibility as a real chance is cruel.

Stop trying to discourage anyone who wants to study in Poland.

Whyever should I do that? Whyever would you think the OP should flush his money down the toilet and waste valuable years of his life getting a fake "degree" from a fake "university"?

No matter how you cut it, Poland is rarely the best place for a foreigner to study. It's rarely near the top of the list, with precious few exceptions, of which the IP is not one.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
5 Jun 2015 #9
Stop trying to discourage anyone who wants to study in Poland.

Jon...You surely know...these "students" coming to Poland to "study" at such kind of "university" only are looking for a backdoor into Schengen. Next question he will ask is about job opportunities. Next if he can bring his family to Poland and if they can work here as well.

As somebody else pointed out...There are large Pakistani/Indian/Bangladesh communities in the UK...Why would he come here?
jon357 63 | 14,254
5 Jun 2015 #10
Well, you say you've never seen foreign students working (or didn't on your last visit). I see it more and more. Poland can be a great place to study and Lublin perhaps a good choice - especially if his other options, for visa or financial reasons or both, rule out Oxford, Princeton or Bologna.
jadav
19 Nov 2016 #11
may i know about livinig cost of one student including college tution for 6month
Timmo
12 May 2017 #12
[Moved from]: Living in a private dorm (Lublin) and I want to change it?

Hello,
Im here in Lublin and studying at Katolicki Uniwerystet Lubelski.I have an accomodation problem right now because I live in a private dorm not at uni dorm.. and want to change it. What can be done at this moment I know already just a month left but I feel f***in bad right now.So what would be your idea for me to live.
jon357 63 | 14,254
12 May 2017 #13
You can rent a room via Gumtree- plenty of people have rooms to let or in shared flats.

What is it you don't like about the place you are now?
AliAli - | 13
14 May 2017 #14
Agree with jon357, half of the population of this country working abroad, but nobody is allowed to come here even to study. What a double standard!!!
Bristols - | 13
14 May 2017 #15
People can come here to study but yes it is hypocritical b'cos they want to go abroad and earn but don't want people to go there and earn. They will learn soon and it will hurt
asd12123
26 Sep 2018 #16
I studied in Lublin for 1 year and I have to say they really hate people from abroad even they hate each other. I've been to 12 countries and 17 cities but Poland was the worst one. Lublin and Bydgoszcz are the most racist cities of Poland you have to be careful in these places.

At the begining of my study period it was nice but after 2 weeks we realized that they don't want us there even our professors and university staffs. They always wanted to attack to us but I should say they are covard they don't fight with you if you are not alone. If they are 3 or more and you are alone they can attack you. We have experienced many situations like this. I really don't understand how it is possible they are racist after HITLER ?

Anyway, If you will go to Lublin don't walk alone at the nights. They don't speak English cause they don't want to learn. If someone try to attack you don't worry and attack them more they will run like a little girl we learned this after 2 weeks.

By the way, I am Turkish and if you feel alone in Lublin just make some Turkish friends. We save our friends, It's our culture and we are not racist like Polish people!

IF YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO TO POLAND SO, DON'T GO TO POLAND!!!
TheWizard - | 238
26 Sep 2018 #17
Don't let the door hit you on the way out back to your dictatorship.


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