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Living in Poland for students - is any chance to earn money and pay tuition fees to university?


davidsharma69 1 | 3
10 Aug 2013 #1
hai, any international students in poland would you please suggest me that Is it possible to get a job in poland from which i can live there and pay tuition fees to university (3000 euro) per year
Harry
10 Aug 2013 #3
Forget about it: you've got no chance.
DominicB - | 2,707
10 Aug 2013 #4
Agree. Don't waste your time. It's not gonna happen.
OP davidsharma69 1 | 3
12 Aug 2013 #5
but i have heard that few of the students had managed.....isn't there any hope or we can try.........
mafketis 37 | 10,911
12 Aug 2013 #6
but i have heard that few of the students had managed....

I've heard of people winning the lottery too, but it's not something to count on.

.isn't there any hope or we can try.........

It sounds like you've made up your mind, just bring a heavy coat as it gets very cold under the bridges in winter....
dany_moussalli 13 | 259
12 Aug 2013 #7
have you considered taking a student loan ?
ufo973 10 | 88
12 Aug 2013 #8
There is no jobs for Poles leave alone foreigners.
delphiandomine 87 | 18,086
12 Aug 2013 #9
but i have heard that few of the students had managed.....isn't there any hope or we can try.........

You have heard from who, your agent there?

It's not possible. Forget it.

There is no jobs for Poles leave alone foreigners.

There are jobs for people who are suitably qualified (ie, who have an education, who speak Polish, etc). Stop lying.
DominicB - | 2,707
13 Aug 2013 #10
but i have heard that few of the students had managed.....isn't there any hope or we can try.........

A million to one, or more. Might as well play the lottery. Forget about it. There is no hope.
OP davidsharma69 1 | 3
13 Aug 2013 #11
Thanks for your suggestion............i had make up my mind but it's not conformed...........my brother is in sweden since 5 years and he had told me that it's ok.......to be in poland so.........
Monitor 13 | 1,816
13 Aug 2013 #12
But you know that Polish salaries are at least 4 times lower than Swedish and unemployment 2 x bigger and knowledge of English 2 x lower? That all combine minimizes your chances of finding reasonable payed job a lot.
raken8787
13 Sep 2013 #13
hi mate, chill. I suggest you to apply after 1) gaining experience in your field, (if you have it , good, atleast 3-4 years to have a strong case) 2) learn atleast b2 level of polish before coming here and then finish c1 and c2 here. by the time you finish your first year, u should have a job. if you have technical expertise and mastered the local language, then i think it should not be a problem. the salaries are fairly good , yes, but not to the level of scandinavian or germany or italy for instance. i am saying this because people have done it. it is possible.


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