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Information about jobs for Indian students in Poland
20 Nov 2017 #271
Well guys i have a totally different story .....i am a graduate in computer science and recently met this girl from Poland and we are deeply in love...i have no work experience because i opted not to do job in IT and was preparing for government job in india girl wants me to come to poland and she is saying that i will get a job there but looking at forums like this i dont think so what should i do?
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,675
20 Nov 2017 #272
what should i do?

honestly I would listen to people here, your gf is probably just being optimistic.
Maybe go for a holiday and see for yourself.
Ironside 49 | 10,010
20 Nov 2017 #273
do job in IT

You will find job in IT, they're crying out for workers right now. In the long run you'll need to learn Polish.
DominicB - | 2,684
20 Nov 2017 #274
@Ans my.Q

Well, you don't have any experience, and there is little demand for inexperienced IT people in Poland. Whatever you do, don't come to Poland thinking you are going to find a job here. Get a job BEFORE you come.
14 Dec 2017 #275
I am Madhav
From Rajasthan (India)
I want to pursue my bachelor's course in business administration in Poland.
Firstly I want to confirm that is It a good option and I also want to know about how Indian students are treated there?
DominicB - | 2,684
14 Dec 2017 #276
A bachelors degree in business administration from a course taught in English at a Polish university is worth nothing on the job market in any country, including Poland.

A bachelors degree in business administration from just about any university in the world is not worth much, either. The world needs people with degrees in business like it needs cockroaches or rats. Everyone, their mother and their dog seem to have business degrees these days.

You would be much better off studying a field that involves a lot of high-level advanced applied mathematics, like econometrics (not economics), financial mathematics (not finance), financial engineering or actuarial sciences. There are far to many graduates in non-math fields competing for too few jobs. High-level advanced applied mathematics skills, on the other hand, are in desperate demand.
Lyzko 24 | 7,103
14 Dec 2017 #277

Your German skills will prove essential for serious, long-term, above all higher-level, employment and or study in Germany! As to how important it will be to have this knowledge along with English in Poland, I would say cannot hurt your chances, but only help them:-)

How well though do you know German? Working and/studying in Poland requires at least basic Polish, your other languages (including your native language) notwithstanding.

Dirk diggler 9 | 4,514
14 Dec 2017 #278
A bachelors degree in business administration from a course taught in English at a Polish university is worth nothing on the job market in any country, including Poland.

Except for perhaps SGH... perhaps...
10 Feb 2018 #279
did you had any luck in finding a job?
7 Nov 2018 #280
Hi I am thinking to apply for masters in biotechnology, I am graduate in biotechnology so is there any scope for BT in Poland landing me a job or if I move out to Germany using the visa that permits me as eu student ? Please revert and shed some light kumar.kin098 gmail com
Zalak Chauhan
5 Dec 2018 #281
I am Zalak Chauhan from India.I am planning to join Poland for education and work.
I have bachelors degree in business administration from distance learning from Sikkim Manipal University is it consider in Poland?
If yes so i can join in Master.
Please suggest
5 Aug 2019 #282
hello, I am an Indian, got a job in Poland. I will be there by the end of September. For the past few days, I have been reading so many negative reviews about working a blue-collar job in Poland. I am starting to worry about my decision. My salary is going to be around 3200 to 3500 pln for a month. Is it enough to sustain every month? How good is health care? what are the pros and cons I can expect from an Indian's perspective? is it going to be a worthy experience? or should I just try for western Europe?
DominicB - | 2,684
5 Aug 2019 #283
My salary is going to be around 3200 to 3500 pln for a month.

No. It is not enough to survive. You will lose money on the deal. That is very, very bad pay.

There are no good paying blue-collar jobs for Indians in Poland, It's a waste of time to look for one. Try the richer countries in Western Europe.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,789
6 Aug 2019 #284
My salary is going to be around 3200 to 3500 pln for a month.

More than enough. You'll get access to government healthcare though your tax payments. A shared room will cost you about 500PLN month maximum, so the salary will provide you with the chance to save a little bit of money too.
DominicB - | 2,684
6 Aug 2019 #285
More than enough.

Less than enough. Way less than enough. You forget that, unlike a Pole, he has to pay to be in Poland. That means his total travel-related expenses, documents and all other expenses related to the move to and from Poland have to come out of his income. Plus anything he agreed to pay his "agent". That leaves him empty-handed or worse.

Forget savings. He might have to wire his family in India for help to get back home when he realizes he has been scammed.

Anyone offering unskilled work in Poland to people from third world countries is a scam artist. There is zero demand for unskilled labor from outside the EU in Poland that cannot be satisfied by Ukrainians a hundred times over. Chances are exceedingly low that the OP has received a genuine and legal job offer, and even lower that he will ever receive adequate compensation, if any.
10 Aug 2019 #286
Thanks for your explanation. I am going to be a mechanical engineer in a warsaw based company(No labour). I have been told that government health care is free which is a little satisfying. They are giving me accommodation but I don't want to have a hostel-like environment after work so I am gonna find a shared apartment in warsaw. Could you give me any advice about managing 3500 pln per month? I don't need to pay fees to any agent. Poland is temporary like 2 or 3 years until save enough for my masters in the UK or France. I should try to make the best of it while I am here. I can see you are very experienced in answering polish immigration scenarios. I could use your help. can you please tell me where are you living and where are you from?Thank you.

Thanks for your answer bro. I appreciate it.

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