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WORKING. STUDYING AND DOING BUSINESS IN POLAND AS INTERNATIONAL STUDENT


Topman 1 | 2    
12 Jun 2011  #1
HELLO EVERYONE I WILL LIKE TO KNOW HOW POSSIBLE IS IT FOR ME TO GET A JOB IN WARSAW AS AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT OR IS IT POSSIBLE FOR ME TO DO BUSINESS AND WHAT KIND OF BUSINESS CAN I DO IN WARSAW AS AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
delphiandomine 86 | 16,369    
12 Jun 2011  #2
Forget it.
OP Topman 1 | 2    
12 Jun 2011  #3
why did you say forget it
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,580    
12 Jun 2011  #4
Don't worry topman he is just a very negative person.
delphiandomine 86 | 16,369    
12 Jun 2011  #5
Realistically, there's nothing that international students can do here, unless they have very specific skills.

No-one is going to hire someone from Nigeria to work part time when Poles are also willing to do the same job. It's not Germany or the UK.

About the only hope he has is to work illegally - and the Straz Graniczna are quite hot on this.
OP Topman 1 | 2    
12 Jun 2011  #6
Thanks so much am really grateful for your kind advice
waqasaqaw - | 2    
7 Oct 2011  #7
Merged: Can I do business while studying in Poland?

can i do business while studying in Poland as an International student? and can i go Germany for further studies from Poland without any difficulty?
mafketis 16 | 5,896    
7 Oct 2011  #8
Theoretically yes and probably not.

In actual practice no and no.
waqasaqaw - | 2    
7 Oct 2011  #9
is there any possibility of germany?
Brit-Pol    
7 Oct 2011  #10
Less chance than Poland and there is no chance in Poland
Teymurzade 2 | 10    
15 Mar 2017  #11
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working while studying



i am going to study in Poland master degree. I want to find part time job as well. How is difficult to find part time job for international students in Poland? is it possible to meet living costs working part time as an internationl student? thank you in advance.
DominicB - | 2,602    
15 Mar 2017  #12
How is difficult to find part time job for international students in Poland?

Practically impossible. 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 learn, Poland is certainly not a viable option for you. You will run out of money and have to return to your home country before you finish your studies. Anyone who says that non-EU students can easily find work in Poland and support themselves during their studies is lying.
MrComric 1 | 21    
16 Mar 2017  #13
The best thing you can do, is offering language classes for money. If you are an English native and certainly a French native, that would be valuable both for older people and younger people who are struggling with these languages. I've spoken with a few people who had modest success in it: organizing skype sessions in return for money. But first of all: the money you'll get from it, won't be as much as in the West and secondly this type of money transactions is fully based on trust since you won't have the knowledge of making a proper contract.

Concerning your part-time job, the best thing you can do - as delphiandomine already said - is having really special skills: being a polyglot speaking 7 or more languages (including at least a bit of Polish), having superb programming skills in multiple programs and coding languages,... etc.
dany_moussalli 13 | 263    
16 Mar 2017  #14
I see that you are from Azerbaijan, if you speak russian well you "might" find a job in a company that requires russian speakers, usually to contact russian customers, but your chances to get such a job and with a part time schedule are quite low
Haytham - | 1    
13 Sep 2018  #15
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doing business in Poland as a student



Hello ,

i dicide to move to poland to continue my studies , in the same time i'm interested in trading ( financial market ) and e-commerce .

so what Polish Laws require to do such businesses ?!

* im not euro citizen
* goods are imported from euro zone

Thanks :) :)



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