work in Poland
Students working legally
While studying in Poland, you can work at the same time. As a student, you also have the opportunity for various paid or unpaid internships, and depending on your field of study, you will not always need to be able to speak Polish. The work which most students are looking for is generally not difficult. Such work includes, first of all, a language teacher, waiter, bartender, child care, salesperson, cleaner. This type of activity usually requires knowledge of the Polish language. However, if you don't know it, Think Poland will help you find and enrol in a basic Polish course, which will significantly increase your chances of finding employment. When looking for a job, it is worth looking at websites or web portals specializing in offering work to foreign-language foreigners.
As a student, you also have the opportunity for various paid or unpaid internships, and depending on your field of study, you will not always need to be able to speak Polish. If you are a student from the EU, Norway, Iceland or Switzerland, you can use EURES to help you. EURES is the European Employment Service, a network of Public Employment Services and their labour market partners. They support labour mobility at international and cross-border level.
Studying in Poland and having a Residence Card, you can work legally in our country - you are exempt from the obligation to have a permit. If you have any doubts about this, please log in and contact our office.