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Any one know about WARSAW INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE & Is it good one ?


djaramax 3 | 9
4 Jun 2010 #1
Any one know about WARSAW INTERNATIONAL COLLAGE & Is it good one ?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
4 Jun 2010 #2
Don't waste your money.

Ah, I see, Sri Lanka. Therefore, it'll be a good way for you to get into the EU, from where you can vanish.
OP djaramax 3 | 9
4 Jun 2010 #3
why is it expensive ?
tell me about that ?

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IF i will come to the college in poland after that can i change it ?

If i will come to the college in poland & after that can i change it to the univercity ?
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
6 Jun 2010 #4
Call the universities you are interested in, and ask them.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
6 Jun 2010 #5
If i will come to the college in poland & after that can i change it to the univercity ?

No. If you can't get into the university at the first attempt, it's unlikely you'll be able to change.
OP djaramax 3 | 9
10 Jun 2010 #6
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If i come to poland for my higher studies,after that can i apply for poland(PR)?

After my higher studies can i apply for poland PR (Permanannt recidency) ?
And how long it will take ?
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
10 Jun 2010 #7
I would imagine you would need to be working to gain that kind of status and to work you would need a visa since you are from outside of the EU, simply studying in a country doesnt entitle you to live there forever..
internaldialog 4 | 145
10 Jun 2010 #8
After my higher studies can i apply for poland PR (Permanannt recidency) ?

in short No!

If not a EU EEC citizen then you will need a visa (and as you will have finished studying you will need a different visa to a student one) .. you will need to provide proof that you can sustain yourself financially in Poland (so you will need to show your bank statements stating you have xx amount of savings that you can live off so not claiming benefits) and if you haven't you need to be in employment in Poland preferably before a visa will even be contemplated to be issued.

A Residence Permit will only be given after 5 years of living in Poland as as visa's arent issued for that long for what i am lead to believe ... it isnt as simple as you seem to think!

And how long it will take ?

How long is a piece of string?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
10 Jun 2010 #9
After my higher studies can i apply for poland PR (Permanannt recidency) ?

No. No European country to my knowledge accepts time spent studying as being permanently in the country - you will have to apply for a residence card on the basis of full time employment in Poland.
OP djaramax 3 | 9
11 Jun 2010 #10
@ Amathyst you always going wrong way. tc

THANX INTERNALDIALOG
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
11 Jun 2010 #11
A Residence Permit will only be given after 5 years of living in Poland

Permanent Residence is 5 years, starting from the date of the first full time employment.
Avalon 4 | 1,068
11 Jun 2010 #12
Not sure if this is quite correct as I have just been granted permanent residence. I have lived here for 7 years but never worked.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
11 Jun 2010 #13
Ah, but you've got your own business, don't you?

(they count owning a business as full time employment)


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