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Information about jobs for Indian students in Poland


rajesh321 1 | 2    
22 Aug 2008  #1
I am an Indian coming to Poland for my masters so in the mean while is it easy for me to get a part time job as i have 3 years of work experience here in India
dtaylor 9 | 823    
22 Aug 2008  #2
Depends if you can get a work visa.
Guest    
26 Aug 2008  #3
hi i am also an indian came to poland last year please dont expect any work here it is totally useless.i am aslo doing masters course over here in lodz
dvamshi    
28 Oct 2008  #4
hi rajesh,
i want to do my masters in poland too. how to start this process and did u take help of any consultancy or something?how to apply to universities and the visa process?
Lodz_The_Boat 33 | 1,534    
29 Oct 2008  #5
how to apply to universities and the visa process?

Go to their websites... they all have the foreign student office.

You can call them too...and they, I heard, are very helpful. There are english courses in many universities...but if you learn polish, you can learn free in some universities.

I wish you good luck.
VIEC    
4 Apr 2009  #6
Polish universities have very good educational programs......the only problem is getting part-time jobs which can be solved by learning Polish which is taught free of charge in many universities. So if any one is interested kindly contact :

VIEC at 0755-4034000 or 09826824068 or any of our local offices in your city.
pratik    
26 May 2010  #7
hi i am from India and i have got admission in the warsaw university so can u please tell me is there a job opportunities for the students and can i earn good money in part time to pay my loan of bank.

pratik prajapati
kareem    
9 Jul 2010  #8
hi i am from India and i have got admission in the university in bialoystok .so can u please tell me is there a job opportunities for the students and can i earn good money in part time to pay my loan of bank.
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
9 Jul 2010  #9
There are almost certainly nothing available to you there. You might find menial work for 5zl an hour, but even then, I doubt it. Poland is not for you if you need to work to pay off loans.
kareem    
13 Jul 2010  #10
hi this is kareem from nellore ,india .i got admissiom in university of finicial and management in biaystok in poland , so can u tell me abt parttime job over there can we get any language problem .plz tell it's good for me or not.

can we survey in poland during parttime job were can i pay my bank loan..regards kareem
plz send me all details abt poland regarding
education
job opportunity
work permit
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
13 Jul 2010  #11
If you are intending to come to Poland with the idea of working to pay for loans, forget it - you will earn about 2 lakh per hour if you are lucky-
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
13 Jul 2010  #12
If you are intending to come to Poland with the idea of working to pay for loans, forget it

I echo this. It's not going to happen :)
kareem    
14 Jul 2010  #13
plz any body can tell me is't easy to get polish visa,and also how hours can we work in parttime per hour how much they pay.after completing study can we get work permite to get work exprience over their.
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
14 Jul 2010  #14
No, it's not easy to get a Polish visa.

You can work as much as you can, however, you'll struggle to find any sort of employment. No-one is going to hire Indians who don't speak Polish - apart from possibly your fellow countrymen, though even they tend to hire Poles too.

No, you can't get a work permit without a valid offer of work.

In short : find somewhere else, because Poland is not for you.
kareem    
16 Jul 2010  #15
In uk one year masters and they give 2 year work permit how abt poland i heard 2 masters and 4 years work permite is't right ...
Dens    
29 Jul 2010  #16
Hi My Name is Denston and I am planing to do my Masters in Poland, can any one advise me how did you guys Get there, did u get any consoltancies and all the Bank loan details. please Help Thanks in Advance.
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
29 Jul 2010  #17
If you intend to work in Poland to repay your bank loan - think again.
samra - | 1    
27 Nov 2010  #18
i m a dentist n keen to masters in poland.. can anybody tell me about part time jobs atleast for living expcs
sunhp 4 | 24    
27 Nov 2010  #19
Hi, I am Asian student too and have been living warsaw since 2007.

If you would like to come study purpose, you should choose right college.
and thinking to do part time job, you will find hardly and even you will find less than 2 euro per hour.
Your India is great then Poland. don't waste your time here with dream. Work for your country.
Raj_ryder 10 | 106    
27 Nov 2010  #20
Your India is great then Poland.

Youre a strange one...You come here. you use Polish infrastructure. You accept the hospitality of the local people. And then you come up with a statement which reeks of stupidity.

M-O-R-O-N
Lodz_The_Boat 33 | 1,534    
27 Nov 2010  #21
Your India is great then Poland

Dont worry we are all people ... we dont need to be greater than each other to be better human beings. Think about it that way =)

a statement which reeks of stupidity

True, it is not an intellectual statement.

But this is not a place for the intellectuals always. We have had statements which are more agressive (regardless the side that those statement took).

This statement in its silliness makes me imagine a child who wanted to play with a group of kids. Some children in that group pushed that child away aggressively and he fell down and hurt his knee. Crying and wiping his little eyes he said "I wont play with you ... never play with you!".

Its either a hyper-emotional statement from this person, or this person is lost. In either ways his statement is neither going to be affective against the new prospective/interested individual, nor affective against the insecure weak-hearted person who pushed him with the arms of racism.

We all must better be stronger within to conquer darkness and bring light!
Krynski - | 82    
27 Nov 2010  #22
I am an Indian coming to Poland

--- Rajesh, don't take seriously the scribblings by a type calling himself dupondomine, or something of this sort. He seems to be a British who himself resides in Poland, but he tries to scare you away from Poland. Does he do it because he hates Indians? Come on up, rajesh, and bring along some mouth-waterin curry recipes for us.

;)
rajpatel    
10 Dec 2010  #23
@ above all
guys planning to study masters in poland and i am bit worried about the funding aftre reading all theese scraps please help me
Ireland4ever - | 44    
10 Dec 2010  #24
Rajesh321.

Come to Poland. It is very welcoming and multicultural.Bring your lady and have many kids!

Very nice country and the people are as welcoming to foreigners as they are to emigrating themselves
Hiltiboy 3 | 19    
10 Dec 2010  #25
I think Poland is quite content interms of educated and skilled people, plus in a country like Poland where Polski is the main business language it is very important that you know to speak Polski becuase every business transcation is done in the same language. Plus as en employer would be happy to hire a local person who speak the local langauge and English then a foreigner who does not speak the local langauge.

For Indians Poland is good only if you have a business to run or start, working is not for us.
Trust me I have done my home work.
collage_sayy - | 3    
9 Feb 2011  #26
hi every one from indian in poland
i have some jobes i needed a student
how can speak english and polish
good salary
thanks
collage_sayy@yahoo
jsgs000    
3 Mar 2011  #27
hello, i m an indian want to study in warsaw poland.
is there any kind of racism against international students in warsaw or gangs targetting international students like in russia??
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
3 Mar 2011  #28
is there any kind of racism against international students in warsaw or gangs targetting international students like in russia??

Not particularly so.

However, there are no jobs for Indian students. Don't even come here expecting to make money - it's just not possible. Poland is not the way to milk and honey like your agent promised you - in fact, it's very likely that you'll find it incredibly difficult to do anything after finishing the studies.
Ireland4ever - | 44    
3 Mar 2011  #29
There are many foreigners in modern poland and they welcome diversity. Go there, you will find a job as they are all in Ireland working in meat factories
priya    
5 Jul 2011  #30
Hello,my son and his friends studying in poland.Now they finished his studies,but theirconvocation is on coming November 2011..Now they need a job there...if any one helps for that students we will be thankful for u in our life time...please any poland living persons to give them a job and help them now ....An Indian Mom....



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