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Studies In Poland, is it easy to survive on part-time jobs?



saurabh.9339    
23 Sep 2016  #91

hi everyone

my name is saurabh bhavsar and i am from india
i want to come poland for mater degree ? can you please tell me is this possible to to get part time job
please send me your replay on this mail saurabh.9339@gmail.com


terri 1 | 1,166    
23 Sep 2016  #92

Unless you speak Polish to a good degree you will have trouble finding a job. From what I can see even your English is not up to scratch. You can try and search for jobs - but you have very great hurdles to overcome.
raviteja    
31 Oct 2016  #93

hai my name is ravi teja iam planning to come for poland for my master's can i get a part time job to survive over there .. so that i can pay my tution fee for the next year also plzz help me out
adsalk 1 | 17    
31 Oct 2016  #94

raviteja, this is almost impossible to cover living cost and pay your tuition having just part-time job
India123    
10 Nov 2016  #95

Hello Guys,
This is Sachin want to ask you people if i come to Poland(Warsaw) for Masters is there any possibilities to get good part-time job,so that i can manage my living expense.Also i have 9 years experience in SAP and want to ask one more thing that how can i get temporary resident permit and how long would be tenure.
mafketis 16 | 4,259    
11 Nov 2016  #96

if i come to Poland(Warsaw) for Masters is there any possibilities to get good part-time job

Almost none unless you already speak fluent Polish.

Also i have 9 years experience in SAP

Unless you speak Polish, probably no one will care.
shrenik shah    
22 Jan 2017  #97

hi . can anyone tell me about part time job in Poland being student? what kind of jobs are available there for students? I am going to study in WSGE university in josefaw . plz anyone can guide me..
DominicB - | 1,882    
22 Jan 2017  #98

@shrenik shah

First of all, there are no part-time jobs, or jobs of any sort, for foreign students in Poland. If your "agent", school "recruiter", "consultant" or any website says otherwise, they are lying. 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 to pay for your studies and stay, then Poland is not a realistic option for you. It's only a realistic option for those who already have enough money to pay 100% for their study and stay. Sorry, but if you cannot pay 100%, then you won't be able to study in Poland. And even then, it is rarely a good option, never mind the best option.

Second, that "university" in Jozefów is not a real university. Studies there are a total waste of time and money, and any degree from there will not help you find a job anywhere in the world. It is a fake school that takes money from gullible and desperate people from poor countries, and gives them absolutely nothing useful in return. It's a scam. Forget about studying there because you will lose valuable money and time, and not have anything to show for it.

Sorry, but it looks like studying in Poland is not a realistic option for you. Try getting into a good REAL university in your home country.
Jaky007 2 | 10    
23 Jan 2017  #99

Hey All, Im looking for part time drivers should have driving license anybody interested inbox me for more details in Warsaw ?
Farwah    
5 Apr 2017  #100

Hii, i am from india i wish to do my bachelors degree at UITM,rzeszow,poland.can i make my tution fee and living expense by doing part time jobs in rzeszow..?

Pls do help,thankyou..!
DominicB - | 1,882    
5 Apr 2017  #101

can i make my tution fee and living expense by doing part time jobs in rzeszow..?

No. It is practically impossible for an Indian student to find work in Poland. If you need to earn money to pay for your studies, Poland is not the country for you.
Atch 8 | 1,558    
5 Apr 2017  #102

What astonishes me is that there's an entire thread here about the subject and instead of reading it, the poster asks the same question that's been asked and very comprehensively answered a gizillion times already. Quite frankly, if it's too much effort even to spend half an hour doing research on the topic, then it doesn't bode very well for his future studies and career.
mafketis 16 | 4,259    
5 Apr 2017  #103

What astonishes me is that there's an entire thread here about the subject and instead of reading it, the poster asks the same question that's been asked and very comprehensively answered a gizillion times already

Yes, I don't think the Sub-Continent is sending Poland its best....
delphiandomine 79 | 15,489    
5 Apr 2017  #104

Hence my opposition to immigration from there unless it's genuinely skilled labour. There is absolutely no reason to admit someone on "studies" from that part of the world if they intend on studying some third rate programme at a private university.
anastasiya    
11 Apr 2017  #105

Hi! I would like to suggest an interesting part time job. The work is to visit a sport event (football, hockey, etc.) and to cover it online via a mobile app. It does not take too much time. The payment depends on a number of covered matches.
greejo123 - | 3    
21 Apr 2017  #106

Hello, can any one answer plzz..
I am an Indian. Can I earn something by doing part time job in Poland? Is the wage benefitable for me on hour basis? Can anyone say how much wage max I can earn per hour on part time job ?
DominicB - | 1,882    
21 Apr 2017  #107

@greejo123

I already answered your question, but I guess it got moved and you can't find it, so I'll repeat:

Your chances of winning the lottery, getting struck by lightning, or being eaten by a shark are many times higher than your chances of finding work as a foreign student in Poland. Youth employment is very high, and there is no demand for unskilled labor that domestic supply cannot fulfill. Without speaking Polish very well, no one will hire you. And Polish takes many years to learn. Make your plans on the very safe assumption that you will never be able to earn a single penny in Poland. If you need to earn to learn, then Poland is not the country for you.
dany_moussalli 13 | 270    
21 Apr 2017  #108

then Poland is not the country for you.

I second that, unless you have some incredible skill (which I doubt), even if you succeed to find a part-time job in an international company, the salary that they'll give you won't be enough to cover your living expenses (not taking into account the fees you need to pay if you want to study in english)
greejo123 - | 3    
23 Apr 2017  #109

Hello, plz say me how many penny as max I can earn per hour when I tends to do a part time job in Poland
Pork wholsaler    
23 Apr 2017  #110

There are 30k students coming every accademic session which is 3 times a year from south east asia.Each pays over 2500 euros plus living & eating,now figure out how much money is being pumped in the Polish economy.

There are plenty of ads on you tube by the so called agents to advertise there services.I know an agent making over 100k euros a month and he has lines out of the door ,they also get them 3 year resident card which these guys get and pay minimum podatek and go out of Poland to west and work in these countries and pay tax here and eventually get there permanent card from Poland.Big business and all involved are making money.
Ajay Chauhan - | 1    
11 May 2017  #111

This is Ajay Chauhan from India. I am planning for bachelor (Electronics and communication) in warsaw.

I have 3 and half years experience in International call center in India and I also did Acting course. Is there any job chances for me????
DominicB - | 1,882    
11 May 2017  #112

@Ajay Chauhan

Practically zero. Poland is a country with rather high youth unemployment, and you have nothing to offer on the job market that thousands of Polish students don't have. Even call centers will not be interested in you because there are plenty of non-native English speakers that can do the job just as well, and they speak Polish as well, which makes them much more attractive job candidates than you.

If you need to earn money to finance your studies, then Poland is not the country for you. Nor or any of the other countries in the EU with high youth unemployment. Very, very few foreign students are able to find work in Poland. Make your plans on the very safe assumption that you will never be able to earn even a single penny in Poland.

If anyone has told you that it is easy for foreign students to find work in Poland, they are lying. Your chances of getting struck by lightning, eaten by a shark or winning the lottery are astronomically higher.
cms 9 | 871    
11 May 2017  #113

That is not true - on a recent two day trip to Warsaw I saw foreign students working, including Indian looking people, in bars, in Hala Koszyki, cleaning the pool in my hotel, delivering a pizza to my room etc.
DominicB - | 1,882    
11 May 2017  #114

@cms

Those were certainly not recently arrived students who did not speak Polish. Without Polish, no one will hire them, and precious few Indian students studying in Poland learn any Polish at all, as they have little motivation to.

Lobsters to lentils, the OP is not one of them.

Also, you forget that there are many more Indian-looking Poles in Poland than there are Indians in Poland. Again, I think you made a false assumption that the people you saw were foreigners, when indeed they are much more likely to be native Poles. If they were Indian, they were much more likely to be family-members or friends of the business owners than ordinary students.

To the OP. Polish takes years of hard study to master to the point where you could get a job. Even a pizza delivery boy needs to know decent Polish.
cms 9 | 871    
11 May 2017  #115

I don't know when you were last here Dom but in Warsaw the number of jobs being done by immigrants with pidgin Polish has increased very quickly in the last few years.

The guy who delivered my pizza to my room had not been studying Polish for many years - he could read a room number and an address and count money. Just go into any Macs or KFC and you will hear a babble of Ukrainian from the back room. Many of these are studying too and many are recent arrivals. And I can tell full well the difference between an Indian and an "Indian looking Pole"

I also don't think students should come here to study when really they want to work, but it's not correct to say that nobody will employ them.
delphiandomine 79 | 15,489    
11 May 2017  #116

I also don't think students should come here to study when really they want to work, but it's not correct to say that nobody will employ them.

Who was it that said that UberEats in Wroclaw was essentially employing an army of Indian students to do the work?
jon357 63 | 11,664    
11 May 2017  #117

the number of jobs being done by immigrants with pidgin Polish has increased very quickly in the last few years.

Lots and lots.

UberEats in Wroclaw was essentially employing an army of Indian students to do the work?

And in Warsaw. Most are overseas students.
delphiandomine 79 | 15,489    
11 May 2017  #118

Aaah, I meant Warsaw.

Plenty of them in Wroclaw too though, the city seems to have employed an army of them. Not so many in Poznań, but the universities here are doing a relatively bad job of recruiting them compared to other cities.
DominicB - | 1,882    
11 May 2017  #119

UberEats in Wroclaw was essentially employing an army of Indian students

Let me guess: not a single one ever got paid a single penny. And the poor students can't do anything because they have violated the terms of their visa and will get deported. That scam has been making the rounds. It's much easier for a foreign student to get scammed like this than to land a real job.
delphiandomine 79 | 15,489    
11 May 2017  #120

And the poor students can't do anything because they have violated the terms of their visa and will get deported.

Actually, the rules have changed. If you have a karta pobytu, you don't need a work permit and can work as many hours as you like, as long as you continue to be enrolled at the university.

The law changed a couple of years ago, and it's fuelled a boom in overseas students.




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