Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.
Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University
If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.
Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.
Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.
If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.
A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day.
Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.
Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.
International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.
A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.