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Information about jobs for Indian students in Poland


Looker - | 987    
19 Jun 2016  #151
This paper alone gives you nothing. You should have skills which are of value at the job market. And in addition, Polish language is almost always required in Poland.
rushik    
29 Jun 2016  #152
After 12 I wish to go Poland for further studies so is there part time jobs easily available and if yes than how much zyoti in 1 hour minimum.
mafketis 16 | 6,290    
29 Jun 2016  #153
is there part time jobs easily available

no. for someone who doens't speak Polish it's all but impossible.
Hariharan    
5 Jul 2016  #154
Hey this is Hariharan, I am planning for masters in Gdansk university of technology. I would like to know about the opportunities after my masters and stay back option in Poland.
Raviteja    
28 Jul 2016  #155
Hai my name is satya srinivas iam planning to come for poland for my masters in hospitality is there any chances for me to do a part time job so that it would be easy for me to survie over there plzzz reply to my comment
kmm    
13 Oct 2016  #156
M coming to poland this week. I want to knw abt accomodation in warsaw. If anyone there want to share room so plz contact me. Thnk u

Id- kmm0594@gmail
terri 1 | 1,440    
13 Oct 2016  #157
@kmm
You will find everything on google. It is extremely unlikely that you could find someone to share a room.
Atch 16 | 2,641    
13 Oct 2016  #158
Gosh Terri you're always such a Negative Nelly.

@Kmm, Hostels have shared rooms and dormitories and are usually the cheapest accommodation available.

hostelbookers.com/hostels/poland/warsaw
terri 1 | 1,440    
13 Oct 2016  #159
>>>>Gosh Terri you're always such a Negative Nelly.
No, not negative, just realistic. I spend too much time in Poland.
kmm    
13 Oct 2016  #160
Thnks guys bt i hv searched so many sites bt got no satisfaction.
Atch 16 | 2,641    
13 Oct 2016  #161
Kmm, do you mean that you can't find a room anywhere, that they're all booked, or do you mean that you can't find anything in your price range? You've left it very late to book something if you're coming next week but you should be able to find something. If you don't manage to book anything in advance, then make a list of the hostels (not hotels) you can afford and you'll just have to go to them in person and hope they have something free, maybe a cancelled booking will come up. If you're coming to study, then maybe somebody at your college may be able to help. But to be honest, Poles are not that quick to offer help, especially to strangers, they tend to just shrug their shoulders and say 'what do you expect me to do about it, it's your problem'.
kmm    
13 Oct 2016  #162
M coming there on monday. Nd i also want to knw tht is full or part time jobs are available if i learn polish language?

I cnt contact anyone in my uni. Bcz i dnt knw anyone thr. Nd the site u give is not exist. I need to arrange within 3days nd i got my visa too late thts why m facing this problems.
Atch 16 | 2,641    
13 Oct 2016  #163
Nd the site u give is not exist.

Kmm, it most certainly does exist! I looked at it just five minutes ago and it is possible to check availability of rooms etc. I clicked on one of the hostels and it has lots of dorms , 6 and 8 beds per dorm, so that's a shared room.

By somebody at your university, I meant somebody on the staff. There is an office in all universities with administrative staff.

Getting your visa late is no excuse for being so disorganised. You should have done your research about jobs etc months ago. The answer is no, you will not be able to find much in the way of work if you don't speak Polish.
kmm    
13 Oct 2016  #164
Ok thnk u for helped me. Very grtfull. Thnks
joshy    
25 Oct 2016  #165
Hi, iam joshy from IndiaThen how the candidates from outside poland especially Indians manage to study and live in poland?
DominicB - | 2,627    
25 Oct 2016  #166
They usually get money from their families. A few have savings from before they came to Poland. Very, very few indeed ever earn money themselves in Poland. Many don't manage for long and return to India before completing their studies. Poland is not a friendly or forgiving country for non-EU students without wealthy parents.

As I've said many times before, make your plans on the very safe assumption that you will never earn a single penny during your stay in Poland. If you need to earn to learn, then Poland is not a country you should be considering.
aijaz rahman    
26 Oct 2016  #167
hey if anyone looking to study masters or bachelors in poland with post study work options contact us only hyderabad students @9052916816
Kot_Behemot    
26 Oct 2016  #168
Dear students.
Please be carefull and do not pay money to anyone who is willing to give you so called "job perspectives" in Poland. Be aware of scams.
paarsu    
30 Nov 2016  #169
I got admit in silesian university of technology - Mechatronic Systems Engineering (under the patronage of IBS Poland company) .. how about this university...
aamer1234    
2 Dec 2016  #170
hi friends iam Aamer from hyderabad (india) got an admission in Masters university of warsaw. anyone can plzzz tell me about part time jobs.it is easy to get a part time job or hard ???????? plzzzz help me anyone
DominicB - | 2,627    
2 Dec 2016  #171
@aamer1234

There's zero chance that you will get a part-time job in Poland. If you cannot pay for 100% of your tuition and living expenses in Poland from your own savings or get all of the money from your family, then Poland is not a realistic option for you. Make your plans on the very safe assumption that you will never be able to earn even a single penny during your stay in Poland.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
2 Dec 2016  #172
zero chance that you will get a part-time job in Poland

The OP could always look to create his own niche in the market, such as delivering delicious Indian lunchtime meals to the staff at IBM.
DominicB - | 2,627    
2 Dec 2016  #173
@dolnoslask

He can't. Sanepid would never allow it. The capital he would require to start a food-based business would probably be well beyond his means and wherewithal.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
2 Dec 2016  #174
Sanepid

He just needs a van and licence to sell food, vegetable curry using cheap seasonal Polish vegetables is cheap and can return a very high margin, If he works it right he could also pickup orders from peole to take home to the family in the evenings.

A long as he sticks to the rules , working hours etc he should be ok, especially if he ropes in couple of fellow students to work on a rota basis.

As for wherewithal., I have found that Asians have it in bucket loads.
DominicB - | 2,627    
2 Dec 2016  #175
@dolnoslask

Not a chance. A van isn't cheap, especially one fitted out for cooking. He would never be granted a business license and can only work during the summer months on a student visa. Like all food-based businesses, it would take years to realize a positive return on investment.
mafketis 16 | 6,290    
2 Dec 2016  #176
vegetable curry using cheap seasonal Polish vegetables is cheap and can return a very high margin

But he'l also have to almost create a market for Indian seasonings (ime Indian food is very much not to the tastes of many Polish people and is not kind to the stomaches of some that do like that).
aamer1234    
2 Dec 2016  #177
@ Dominic
my consultant is saying there are lot of odd jobs to do
DominicB - | 2,627    
2 Dec 2016  #178
@aamer1234

Your "consultant" is lying. Even Polish students have difficulty finding work. For foreign students, it is darn near impossible.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
2 Dec 2016  #179
But he'l also have to almost create a market for Indian seasonings

Allready there Little India Warsaw littleindia.pl/lang/en

Give me a moment and I will also sort out a food van for him.
DominicB - | 2,627    
2 Dec 2016  #180
@dolnoslask

Yes, and you guys can sell niebieskie mygdaƂy to your hearts content. Mniam-mniam!



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