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Information about jobs for Indian students in Poland


sweet    
8 Jul 2011  #31
Hi Rajesh Iam Saranya frm India i am willing to study in Skarbek Univesity in Warsaw

Can i find a job & while doing my course
charan teja    
19 Jul 2011  #32
hi saranya where r u from we r thinking to move poland we r from hyd can u plz share ur updates concerned to poland

help me out if u want my id charan.kalichati@gmail
Harry    
19 Jul 2011  #33
Now they need a job there

Unlucky. First they will need to find an employer who wants to employ them (highly unlikely they'll be able to, companies don't want thee hassle of employing somebody who isn't from the EU). Then they'll need to convince the labour office that they should be given permission to do that job. Then they'll need to go back to India to get their visa with the right to work.

Can i find a job & while doing my course

Short answer: no. You'll need a work permit and not be able to get one.
ind in pol    
13 Sep 2011  #34
It's really strange how there are comments discouraging people so easily typed without deep thought. Really, any country has it's treasures waiting to be discovered. Poland too.. it's really a great country as any other. There's plenty of opportunity to earn, to explore your resouces, for education, for living... yes just about everything. You have to spend time and careful effort.. and learn how and go for it. The beginning is slow for most of us (oh boy was it slow for me) but if you are a good learner, and patient, things start to open up and you break even and move ahead.

So I've said nothing concrete here in terms of giving actual information but this is just my attempt to disspell the discouragement. Figure out what you want, figure out how you need to do it, and get going. Listen to the ones who have positive things to say, they did it themselves and are examples.. :)
4years    
13 Sep 2011  #35
Learn Polish and mix u will see the real Poles r decent and helpfull. Dont let nonPoles put u off.
Navjot - | 1    
14 Oct 2011  #36
we have required a good job

pls contact for me

Regards
Navjot Singh
+91 9653889991
+91 9501889009
+91 8699929394
Mooselimb    
14 Oct 2011  #37
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

LQQKs Poland is a gateway to immigration legally under disguise of students:)

guys planning to study masters in poland and i am bit worried about the funding aftre reading all theese scraps please help me

Yes you should be worried,I think students who look for jobs are not students but immigrants in disguise.

--- 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.

Well he is a so called self made consultant who guides stupid immigrants for doing liasion work and uses his english speaking with his polish speaking wife to do odd jobs and tries to act big...even though he is not qualified but some deperate foreigners do use him without checking his qualifications,in my opinion will not be long before someone sues him.
PWEI 3 | 612    
14 Oct 2011  #38
in my opinion will not be long before someone sues him.

Are you suggesting some form of malpractice or illegal activity on his part?

If you are, can you go into detail?
123456789    
23 Dec 2011  #39
Hi ,I am santhosh from India ,I got the admission from Wroclaw University for PhD in Logistics and Supply Chain management.I have done Masters in tourism and transportation from India,Masters in logistics and supply chain management from australia and singapore .Mphil in Management from India.

I would like to know the facilities for PhD Scholars in Wroclaw University,Poland?.
How's the job market for researchers,Teachers and for Logistics and supply chain management.
Please provide me the details?

regards and thanks
santhosh
santhosh_bs@india.com
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
23 Dec 2011  #40
How's the job market for researchers,Teachers and for Logistics and supply chain management.

There is no job market without the Polish language. No-one is going to hire you.

Are you suggesting some form of malpractice or illegal activity on his part?

"refusing to work with pain-in-the-ass-visa-seekers" would cover it, I think.
123456789    
23 Dec 2011  #41
Forget about the Jobs ,Give the input about the facilities for Research Scholars?
Subbu    
26 Dec 2011  #42
Hi Charan Teja,

I am subbu from Hyderabad, INDIA. IO have got admission from University of Information Technology and Management from Rzesow. My flight is on 29th december. I need accomdation after i landed there. Could you please help me on this.. Because i did nt find my accomdation till now.. i am trying to contact many but still i couldnt. please help me on this. My email id: subbareddy.ambati@gmail

Subbu
patel    
15 Jan 2013  #43
dude r u in poland now?
raj5151 1 | 1    
2 Mar 2013  #44
Hello Everyone, I am raj from southern part of India. I am planning to do my Management Studies in Poland. I ve chosen Poland because I cant afford to do elsewhere in the world since the cost is too high. So my main motive is to study and work while i Study to repay the loans that i have taken to do my Higher studies(like a part time job or something) . Once I finish my Studies, Is it possible to for me to get a good job with a decent pay to repay my debts and to send some money for my family back home as our financial status is not that good.

The student councilor from the Consultancy who suggested me to go to POland(after knowing my financial back ground,as it was cheaper compared to other countries) said that there are many opportunities in POland after studies for work,as i can apply and travel to other European countries in search of job as visa wont be a problem. And he also told about ERASMUS program where i can study or work in other places,and that i have plenty of opportunities.

The university he suggested is The University of Euroregional Economy,Jozefow. seems it is 22 kms away from Warsaw. IS it a good or decent Univ? as this university is not listed in the EU university review websites .

I have to take loan and then come there to do my masters, gotto take care of my expenses as i cant rely on my parents for my expenses there while studyin and then I have to get a job after my masters to have a decent career abroad and to take care of my family? Is it all Worth it? Any Suggestions my dear well wishers?
Dreadnought 1 | 143    
2 Mar 2013  #45
All you people who think it will be great to have all these people from India etc..etc... coming to Poland are living a dream. The truth is that although these people can make a good life, Doctors, Lawyers,Chemists etc paying taxes etc.....they will be the 'foot in the door' for all sorts of undesirables......Indians and Pakistanis have 6-8 children to your 1-2....they will out breed you and they won,t all be Doctors/chemists etc, some of that huge family will be bad people (don,t forget grandma and grandad and a couple of cousins that they will bring from the old country as well). It is just so hard to go into, but in UK since the early 60,s these people have turned parts of my country into Ghettos, little Indias etc where no English is spoken only foreign clothes are worn and no white people are to be seen. They tend to move into a street then slowly but surely buy up all the houses in that street then it becomes a neighbourhood and everybody indigenous moves out because they are not made to feel welcome in their own country anymore. Like I said....some... a very small percentage are an asset, but it is the baggage they bring that will destroy everything around them.....you will enjoy your curries as the English did in the 70,s........your children will ask you.......why oh why did you let so many of them in?????...this is not my town anymore...just as has happened to swathes of UK.
jon357 65 | 13,627    
2 Mar 2013  #46
The university he suggested is The University of Euroregional Economy,Jozefow. seems it is 22 kms away from Warsaw.

Its head office is in Josefów - it seems they actually do the teaching in various small places, not just there. It ranks at 167 among Polish HE establishments which is not a good sign.

webometrics.info/en/detalles/wsge.edu.pl
Having said that, the website looks promising and they must at least meet certain minimum standards to be accredited.
wsge.edu.pl/pl/
mathi    
14 Mar 2013  #47
hi Friends ,This is mathi,i applyed MBA for poland, this is good way to apply in poland?, and i also need an part time job , shall we get the part time job easily in polland,if it is k,means

how much we earn for the month? pls reply as soon possible!!!!!!
vimalmbaib    
21 Sep 2013  #48
Hello, Hi

I am Vimal from India and here in Gdynia Poland for next more than one month, I know English language ( Writing and speaking ). Management Post graduate in International Business from a reputed Government University in India. I have work ex of around 4 years of Managerial as well as of Business Development field.

During this period I have free evenings ( from around 4 Pm ) for part time work, if anyone can advise please advise.

Vimal
+48 518116544
exim.vimal@gmail
DominicB - | 2,627    
21 Sep 2013  #49
During this period I have free evenings ( from around 4 Pm ) for part time work, if anyone can advise please advise.

It isn't going to happen, so don't even waste your time trying. Instead, spend your time reading and improving your English. There is a big difference between "reputed" and "reputable", for instance.
guna    
22 Nov 2013  #50
in which stream did u studied.?
WielkiPolak 57 | 1,052    
22 Nov 2013  #51
Sorry no jobs for Indian students in Poland, see ya.
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
23 Nov 2013  #52
During this period I have free evenings ( from around 4 Pm ) for part time work, if anyone can advise please advise.

Yes. Go to kebab shops and volunteer your services. 5zl an hour cash in hand is normal.
raken8787 1 | 20    
3 Dec 2013  #53
Learn the local language to avail job here. Try to serach in appropriate portal sites. There are many opportunities. you need to sit and search. Use netwok sites to get in touch with people of similar profiles.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,922    
3 Dec 2013  #54
Can someone please explain to me what positives career-wise come of that? Surely, if you and that person are both in the job market for a particular role, you're competing against each other, so why would you chum up exactly? I don't get it.

Head-hunters may use Linked In or similar to search out candidates whose skills are in demand or who might work for less, but I don't "get" why contact with a fellow job seeker with similar credentials would be a positive unless they were leaving a post that you were interested in, but surely most posts get thrown open to the masses to apply for anyway and HR would be bound to choose someone else unless chummy with the departing staff member?

I had a chat with a girl from a recruitment agency in the summer, I met her off-duty as it were. She told me there's very little open to English native speakers unless they teach (right now, demand for that is diminishing according to many tutors I hear from) or have a skill that's in demand. A very high standard of Polish and yet another language are also advisable. If you don't believe her or me, check the job sites and you'll see a good few ask for Polish, English & German or French etc.
raken8787 1 | 20    
3 Dec 2013  #55
yeah sure. when you meet people of similar profiles (it can be linkedin, facebook, twitter, wherever), IT IS NOT TO GET IN AN OPENING IN THEIR COMPANY. forget him/her, i will not give a rat's ass for it, if I was in their position. it is to understand what are the basic skills which are mandatory or looked upon. for example I come from a manufacturing background, my profile in germany asks **** load of skills than for the same profile in czech republic or poland. when you are applying to companies and it is not working out - this is the main reason, apart from mentioning in their requirement these companies expect some "additional skills" pertaining to that profile. it is mainly to understand the profile in a better way. what are the expectations from the profiles, what do they get to work on their profiles, etc.

I have clearly mentioned, you learn the local language, you are in, who ever it is. people who just speak english and have a good profile - in europe it is JUST NOT ENOUGH (there are exceptions like IT, design etc but other backgrounds like manufacturing, civil, automotive, production etc - nobody gives a ****, no matter how good you are)
Maybe 12 | 409    
3 Dec 2013  #56
People need to remember Universities selling courses to foreign students don't give a flying f*** about the students. It is all about the money.

Yes the living costs are lower in Poland but there will be very, very few job possibilities. The reason Polish people emigrate in such numbers is because the majority of jobs in Poland pay f*** all, not enough to really live on, scrape by and just survive perhaps, but not live.

Indian students would be much wiser to suck up the cost of the more expensive courses in the UK and Ireland because at least they would have a chance of employment. Not only that but there are established Asian communities in the UK and Ireland so the environment would not be so alien.

Being a non-Pole in Poland is a strange experience, being a non White in Poland is strange and potentially testing.

The skinhead threat in Russia is very serious for foreign non white students, many of them live under self imposed curfews.
In Poland the situation varies, but be aware being Foreign white or not will always attract attention and in large cities there will always be the threat of street violence. Try to avoid football matches and always avoid skinheads.
Monitor 14 | 1,822    
3 Dec 2013  #57
@raken8787: First you say use linkedin to get in touch, later to learn what skills others advertise. Decide what you mean. Could you tell us what exactly are these differences between German and Czech job market requirements?

people who just speak english and have a good profile - in europe it is JUST NOT ENOUGH

Rather not in Europe, but in no English speaking countries.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,922    
3 Dec 2013  #58
it is to understand what are the basic skills which are mandatory or looked upon.

So you mean just to check what they're offering and not worry about 'friending' them, which is of course different to what you said before, as Monitor also noticed...

@raken8787: First you say use linkedin to get in touch, later to learn what skills others advertise.

Because I honestly don't understand what benefit a person gets from friending on job sites or Linked In unless offering some sort of service as a freelance to the person you friend.

In summary, then, it would seem your advice is to find a company that you want to work for and then check the skills and education of some member of staff already working there in a role you'd like so that you can see if your skills match. This assumes that the person you're checking isn't on the job site because they want to leave the company because it's a load of balls to work there...

Probably what you suggest, Raken, works for some people, somehow, or everyone wouldn't be at it sending Linked In invites and similar job site invites all the time.

Speaking personally as a Briton in Poland -- I found f*** all in the way of work available, and would strongly advise anyone coming over to thoroughly research what skills are in demand before investing time and money. There's a reason Poles piddle off to Eire, Germany and the UK, and it's because jobs aren't remotely easy to find in Poland and the academic bar is much higher to get into companies in Polska than it is, for example, in many Brit firms that I can think of except maybe a few in the City of London. That's because Polish corps have a much bigger choice of candidates with generally a better education than many of us foreigners. And, they generally make do with their own English speakers and don't particularly want natives. The openings are very, very scarce even in cities, sans a fashionable specialism in IT or other very specialist stuff etc.

Before I came to Poland, I had no illusions. And that's just as well.

(But, probably if I was 30 or 25 with a decent IT specialism and reasonable English, I'd be OK if I persevered at recruitment firms.)
Maybe 12 | 409    
4 Dec 2013  #59
@InWroclaw. I concur with what you are saying regarding work. I have worked for and with Poles in Poland and nothing is straight forward nor simple. One of the few ways of getting work in Poland as a foreigner is establishing yourself within the community, usually through marriage and building your name and reputation over time and then being offered work. And having worked for Poles in Poland, I have chosen to work in the UK and commute back and forward to Poland. That way I work in England in an environment I fully understand and relax in Poland an environment I enjoy, especially to relax in. Working in Poland with a Polish boss is a form of masochism and I'm not into that.

Speaking personally as a Briton in Poland -- I found f*** all in the way of work available, and would strongly advise anyone coming over to thoroughly research what skills are in demand before investing time and money.

Listen up people to all those foreigners who want to live the dream in Poland unless you speak FLUENT Polish AND have a rare and sought after skill set, the jobs market is going to be tough, very tough indeed. Most Poles earn on average between 1700zl to 2500zl net a month, that is around £380 to £500 a month!!!! How an Indian student of little means is going to study, cope with living in an Alien land and find a job that will pay for their living and student loan is beyond me. I am sure some will do it, but it still seems a tall order.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,922    
4 Dec 2013  #60
@Maybe, that sounds like a good way to do things (pretty ideal really!) and I hope all continues to be happy and well for you.

Speaking to people here over the last year who are local Poles or from the region and speak Polish and some English too, they mostly seemed to recount how tough it is to make a living here and pay rent.

Yet I see lots of new cars on the roads and the developers must expect people to buy their 7500m2PLN Biskupin flats and the other 5-6KPLN m2 new flats around the city, so some people here seem either minted or have a generous line of credit from somewhere (a bank or relative, I presume). For the rest of us, the streets ain't paved with gold, and even those who teach English here report slim pickings and static or falling hourly rates this year and last when we chat.



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