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How hard is for an Italian to move to Poland to study or work there?


gaetfischer 1 | 4
27 Sep 2011 #1
Hi, I'm a guy from Italy and I like Poland very much, also Polish language that I'm learning, and culture, history and people. I'm thinking of moving there one day, I really want it, but I'm not sure how to do it. I'm not rich but I could be a hard working guy so I get enough money to be independent. I think I may finish university here in Italy and then find a job in Poland.....but what if I want to study there? Can I move from an Italian university to a Polish one, if I get the chance to? Or is it better to finish university in Italy and then, as I said before, find a job in Poland? Is learning the language useful, will I have more open doors and more job opportunities once I reach a basic fluency in Polish? I also speak English as a second language, some French and some German, and I plan on learning many languages because I like them and I'm particularly good at learning languages.

I'm still 18 but I am very determined and believe that dreams can come true only if you really want it and are determined........

Advice much appreciated, thanks everyone :)

Gaetano Fischer
PWEl - | 6
27 Sep 2011 #2
Start your studies at Italian university and in the meantime learn Polish. You will be able to come here for a semester or two.
OP gaetfischer 1 | 4
27 Sep 2011 #3
Who knows, if I find a good job, friends and I like the place, I could stay there forever :)
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
27 Sep 2011 #4
And what if you can't find a job, friends and you hate the place?

Don't romanticise Poland, it's the worst thing you can do.
OP gaetfischer 1 | 4
29 Sep 2011 #5
Woah!!!!!!! I said IF, and there's no need to be so pessimistic, really. People like that are going nowhere. And I asked for advice, not discouragement
Różycqi
28 Dec 2011 #6
Hello, I see that you're learning Polish and you're determined to keep doing it :) I just started learning Italian and I like this language a lot. Maybe you're eager to correspond by e-mail? :) You'll write in Polish, I'll write in Italian and we'll correct each other's mistakes :) I think that this is good way to be better in communicating :) If you want to please, please, please write here: mrozycka94@wp.pl Cheers!


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