We have some good news for you! When you are studying in Poland, you can work at the same time! Not only will you be able to earn money for your daily expenditures but also you get a chance to get to know new people and learn more about the country. Students can usually find work as foreign language teachers, waiters/waitresses, bartenders, child minders, shop assistants or cleaners. For these occupations you would need a command of basic Polish. Don’t worry if you can’t speak any Polish yet – Think Poland will help you find a foundational Polish course that will increase your chances of finding work. Another option is seasonal work or, as already mentioned, cleaning. In these circumstances, you do not have to speak Polish. If you are looking for a job, checkthis website!
Being a student, you also have a chance to participate in free or paid work placements. Depending on your study’s specialization the ability to speak Polish may, or may not, be a requirement.
If you are from the EU or Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland, you can make use of EURES services. EURES is the European Jobs Network of public employment services and their partners on the EU labour market. Its purpose is to provide job placement and information on living and working conditions in the EU member states; to support international and cross-border employment mobility.
Regardless of your country of origin, if you are looking for a job in Poland, we are here to help you. First you need to log in to become our user.
- You do not have to have a work permit in Poland! Find out why in the Work Permit section.
- Will my work be taxed? Find out in Taxes section.
- Would you like to know more about job offers in Poland? Read more in Offers.