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Information about jobs for Indian students in Poland


dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
2 Dec 2016  #181
niebieskie mygdaƂy to your hearts content

Thinking that way always holds you back in life, those who succeed in business give an idea a try and take risks,

After all Sir Alan Sugar of Amstrad and Aprentice fame started out selling from a van, he ended up a multi millionaire.
DominicB - | 2,627    
2 Dec 2016  #182
@dolnoslask

There's a fine line between business and stupidity, and you are deep into the territory of the latter. He has no capital. End of daydream.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
2 Dec 2016  #183
He has no capital. End of daydream.

That is your assuption , you have no in depth knowlede of the OP's financial resources.

If I moved to a foreign country and had little or no knowledge of the language tone thing I would consider is get a part time job just to interact and learn, even if I didn't need the money.
jaswinder singh    
15 Dec 2016  #184
Hi I'm jaswinder singh from india I want to come in poland and I have my diploma course in mechanical with 60% marks in 2011 year after that I'm free.

Soo please tell me what are beneficial for me in poland
Wulkan - | 3,280    
15 Dec 2016  #185
jaswinder singh

Why do you use your middle name for surname?

Stick to the topic please
sahilaggarwal    
19 Dec 2016  #186
Hi, m Sahil from India. I have applied for master degree in English Philology study visa in Poland at British College, Warsaw. I want to confirm whether there are any job opportunities for me there so that i can work part time also & pay my expenses up there. & also send some money back to India to my parents. Please help as m very very confused right now.
terri 1 | 1,440    
19 Dec 2016  #187
It will be very difficult, almost impossible for you to find employment unless a) you have a skill that no one else possesses and b) you speak Polish to a standard where you can converse with the locals. There maybe opportunities for you in any Indian restaurants (washing up,cooking), but this will not get you anywhere.

Any prospective employer has to apply for a working visa for you - and in a country where there are thousands of Polish students looking for work, it is unlikely that they will bother.

Exactly what working skills do you possess that someone might be interested?
sahilaggarwal    
19 Dec 2016  #188
Terri, I have done my Bechalors in COmmerce in India & currently working as Executive Accountant here. You think i can find the accounts job there ?
terri 1 | 1,440    
19 Dec 2016  #189
If you BA/BSc is recognized in Poland, you can apply to SCC (Shared centres) for a job.
It is worth contacting them to see if they could use you. I have seen few Indian people in Krakow, (must be some in Warsaw) so the jobs are there.

Make sure that the MA (supposedly in English) is worth the paper it's written on. Generally, you will NOT have native speakers of English. Search on the internet for the Professors achievements (papers, publications, books). Otherwise you are just wasting your time.
Sahil_vohra84    
20 Dec 2016  #190
Hi friends i am sahil from gujarat india and i ll think to come in poland so please tell me about work in poland.
Atch 16 | 2,641    
20 Dec 2016  #191
I have applied for master degree in English Philology

Why do you want to study English philology? To be honest, your level of English is not good enough to do a Masters in the subject. You'd be better off sticking with accountancy and taking some kind of MBA or advanced qualification in the field where you already have experience and qualifications.
Atch 16 | 2,641    
20 Dec 2016  #192
Ok I took a quick look at the British College website - it's a total waste of your money in my opinion. The English on their site is not that of a native speaker and there are no details at all about the staff. The 'message from the Principal' is simply signed 'Principal', no name, nothing and has various errors in syntax. In the English of a native speaker, this place is what we'd call a mickey mouse operation. If you're going to spend money coming to Poland try to study something finance related at a reputable college.
dipak10494 - | 5    
28 Dec 2016  #193
Merged: Can international Student work during studies in poland? how easy to get a job for indian?

Can international Student work during studies in poland? how easy to get a job for indian?
DominicB - | 2,627    
28 Dec 2016  #194
@dipak10494

It's practically impossible for a foreign student to get a job in Poland. Make your plans on the very safe assumption that you will never be able to earn a single penny during your stay in Poland. If you need to earn money to finance your studies and stay, then Poland is not the country for you.
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,102    
28 Dec 2016  #195
how easy to get a job for indian?

It is very hard to find a job even for Poles. Maybe stacking shelves in Tesco on the night shift.
DominicB - | 2,627    
28 Dec 2016  #196
Maybe stacking shelves in Tesco on the night shift.

Even that is out of the reach of an Indian student who can't speak Polish and can only work during the summer. Summer jobs are very scarce.
mafketis 16 | 6,290    
28 Dec 2016  #197
Can international Student work during studies in poland?

Unless you're pretty fluent in Polish, then.... you're unemployable (there is no job where employing you makes sense for the employer).
dipak10494 - | 5    
29 Dec 2016  #198
@DominicB @mafketis

Does government allows student to work during study.? (except vacation)

It is because of Polish language or some other factor?
DominicB - | 2,627    
29 Dec 2016  #199
@dipak10494

Foreign students can only work during the summer vacation, when jobs for students are difficult to find even for Polish students. Being allowed to work and actually finding a job are two different things. It is extremely unlikely that you will be able to find a job. Your chances of getting struck by lightning, being eaten by a shark or winning the lottery are much, much higher. Being allowed to work doesn't mean anything if no one will hire you.

Like I said, if you need to work to finance your studies and stay, then forget about Poland. It's not a realistic option. Study in India, or in one of the rich countries of Western Europe, or an English-speaking country, or South Korea or Singapore.
dipak10494 - | 5    
29 Dec 2016  #200
@DominicB

As foreign study counselor told me "every student get job in their first 3-4 months. and even they can pay their second year fees by part time work or their job". at what level those guys are true?
DominicB - | 2,627    
29 Dec 2016  #201
@dipak10494

That's complete and utter bull$hit. Practically no foreign students work in Poland. I've never seen any in my twelve years at Polish universities. Stay away from worthless and dishonest "counselors" like this. They are common frauds. They get paid for recruiting naive foreign students, and they lie through their teeth. NEVER pay any money to anyone who promises to help you find a job, anywhere in the world.

Poland is rarely a good place for Indian students to study. You're much better of staying in India.
dipak10494 - | 5    
31 Dec 2016  #202
@DominicB

Even they are saying "student can get job in any European country after completion of study and we can go there w/o coming back to home country and also can travel European countries w/o any prior visa on Indian passport".
terri 1 | 1,440    
31 Dec 2016  #203
They are talking utter rubbish.
mafketis 16 | 6,290    
31 Dec 2016  #204
Even they are sayin

They are lying to you because they want you to pay them money.
DominicB - | 2,627    
31 Dec 2016  #205
they are saying "student can get job in any European country after completion of study and we can go there w/o coming back to home country and also can travel European countries w/o any prior visa on Indian passport".

If that's what they are saying, then they are frauds, thieves and scam artists that are taking advantage of desperate people from poor countries. These people are common criminals. Report them to your local law enforcement authorities. If they are asking you for money, do not give them any.

Legitimate recruiters NEVER take money from prospective employees or students, and would NEVER make promises of the type you quoted above. Those promises are completely ridiculous.
dipak10494 - | 5    
31 Dec 2016  #206
@terri @mafketis @DominicB
Agents are sending bunches of local students their In every intake. And part of lol is they called "sticker change" to visa renewal process..!!! "you just have to change these sticker over there"
DominicB - | 2,627    
31 Dec 2016  #207
@dipak10494

It's all a scam. The poor students end up ripped off and in trouble with the law.
sumit sugandhi    
23 Jan 2017  #208
hi, i am sumit sugandhi, i want to know about part time job in poland. is it tough to search over there? because i want to master degree from poland.
Jaky007 2 | 10    
23 Jan 2017  #209
Hey All, Im looking for part time uber drivers in Warsaw should have driving license anybody interested inbox me for more details ?
ahamedhussain - | 1    
24 Jan 2017  #210
Merged:

average monthly salary in poland ( Indian Student) ?



How to get job and earn without polish language in Poland ?



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