Study and emigration to Poland.
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Study and emigration to Poland.
21 Apr 2015, 23:20.
And as it turned out, education is not expensive, but high-quality. To live is relatively cheap, the price of food is very low. Well, most importantly, if you are a student, then you get a residence permit. So, if interested, write. I will help with all I can.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
22 Apr 2015, 00:32.
Is the study free in Polish, or also paid, like in English?
How many are asked to have money on a bank card for a year, for obtaining a long-term visa?
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
22 Apr 2015, 00:43.
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23 Apr 2015, 06:32.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
Apr 23, 2015, 11:14.
And the salary as a whole is good. At all, enough. Of course, lower than in Scandinavia or the Netherlands, but the prices are all lower. That is, everything looks like. You get less, but you pay less. And so is the same life.
You can and even better have your business, your business. And here too many options.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
23 Apr 2015, 13:03.
For a permanent need to have a job?
What language do you study?
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
23 Apr 2015, 13:11.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
23 Apr 2015, 21:09.
What, in your opinion, is Poland now living?
What do people dream about, what worries and worries them? Hobby of the Poles? Military-patriotic movement, as it used to be called? How easy is it to look at life? What are spiritual values? Yet the Poles are zealous Catholics, as far as I remember? How many children are in families? Which industries & quot; national economy & quot; most intensively develop? Yes, everything is interesting through the eyes of our man. )) There will be time and desire – drop a line of lines – with gratitude and interest read. ))
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
23 Apr 2015, 23:25.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
23 Apr 2015, 23:34.
As for religion, now there are fewer and fewer religious people. Mostly elderly people go to churches. Young people are no more. In general, a new generation, these are the same young people, as in Germany, Scandinavian countries and so on. They understand that they live in the European Union, they are oriented to the West, their values are the same as in other European countries.
In Poland, the middle class could grow. That is, people receive an average salary and can afford a normal life. Buy a car, an apartment (mortgage here is affordable, an average of 2-3 per year). That is, it is more profitable to buy housing than to rent.
And pensioners live better than in Russia. Any products can buy. Compare yourself, the average pension is 1700-2500 zlotys, this is 25000-32000 rubles. Prices in stores are two times lower than in Russia. That is, you can buy food for 150 zl per week, and that’s it, meat, cheeses, sausages, vegetables, fruits. The food is very cheap. Pensioners can live normally and on weekends you can see older people in cafes and restaurants. That in Russia is not often found.
And the products are cheap, because most of them are produced in Poland. Industry is the basis of the economy. Agriculture now occupies one of the leading positions. Mechanical engineering, too.
So the country lives from year to year better and better. Of course, some prefer to leave and work in Norway. Because they pay more, but it’s also freedom. Watching who and what you need.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
23 Apr 2015, 23:35.
Citizenship can be obtained after 7 years of life. There is a special exam before this, of course, a language test. In principle, the procedure is the same as in other EU countries.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
23 Apr 2015, 23:57.
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24 Apr 2015, 01:06.
And the attitude to the Russian is different. Of course, on a mass scale, people share politics and people. They disagree with politics (but I also do not agree), that’s why I left, but the attitude towards people is normal. Do not have to believe what is being said about Poland on Russian TV.
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24 Apr 2015, 02:21.
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27 Apr 2015, 10:24.
Years of study are counted in full? I saw information that the year of study goes for six months.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
Apr 27, 2015, 15:22.
Years of study are counted in full? I saw information that the year of study goes for six months.
No, years are usually considered. Therefore, there is no problem in this. Training is available in Polish and English. In public higher education institutions, instruction in English is usually more expensive. But in private universities, the cost can be the same. In general, the cost of training starts from 1000 euros per year. If you enter the state university, you must pass the exam for knowledge of Polish or English. In private schools, exams are often not required. But let’s say two months before the start of the training, it is necessary to pass an intensive Polish course and begin to learn. But it also happens that simply students enter, and the program is built in such a way that a person gradually learns the language and listens to lectures. Poland gives a unique chance, there are practically no such conditions in Europe.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
May 6, 2015, 02:23.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
06 May 2015, 06:05.
A citizen of a third party may seek the grant of permission for a temporary stay. These prerequisites have been specified in detail by the regulations of the Act on foreigners. Among others, this connection to situations when:
The purpose of the stay is to work in Poland on the basis of a contract with an employer based in Poland.
the right to stay in Poland for a temporary stay in Poland, or.
the purpose of stay in Poland is a business based on regulations binding in Poland.
the purpose of stay in Poland is education in the first or second degree of study.
the purpose of stay in Poland is the study of the nature of the phenomenon, 2 point 9 of the Act to dated 30 April 2010 on the financing of education, as approved for this purpose by the Minister for Education on the basis of a decision for a temporary stay.
the purpose of stay in Poland is the family permit of a foreigner.
A permit for a temporary stay can also be sought by a citizen of a third country, who:
is a graduate of a Polish university and is seeking work in Poland, or.
is clergy, member of a monastery, or a person holding a religious denomination in the register of churches or other religious denominations , and if stay in Poland.
who has presented other circumstances in the Republic of Poland.
A n application for a permit for temporary stay should be filed personally with the provincial governor. If an application for a permit for a temporary stay has not been filed personally, the provincial governor has not been filed personally. The foreigner must submit an application during stay in Poland. A provincial governor may refuse to initiate proceedings if a foreigner was at the time of filing an application.
As to principle, the procedure should be completed within two days.
A citizen of the third party state can be granted permission for a stay by a long-term EU resident, if the foreigner has stayed on the Republic of Poland, legally and uninterruptedly before filing an application for at least 5 years and has (with certain exceptions):
a stable and regular source of income, sufficient to cover the living costs of the foreigner and family members maintained by the foreigner;
health insurance in the matter of the regulations on universal health insurance or confirmation of the cover of an insurer of the costs of treatment in the Republic of Poland.
Stay in the Republic of Poland is considered as uninterrupted, with certain exceptions, when there is no break therein has been for longer than 6 months and total breaks have not exceeded 10 months in aggregate.
An application for granting of permission for stay by long-term EU resident should be filed with the provincial governor filed abroad are not considered).
Permissions for stay by long-term EU resident are granted for an unlimited period. As a result of the issue of permission for a stay of a resident of a provincial governor, a resident of a provincial governor issuing it. As to principle, the procedure should be completed within a period of three days.
In seeking permission of permission for a long-term EU residence, a citizen of the third party, the state is obliged to file i.a. the following:
completed application form for granting permission for long-term EU residence;
confirmation of payment of fee;
confirmation of registration of stay in Poland (if applicable);
legal title to occupy housing accommodation where the foreigner resides or intends to reside (e.g. a lease contract), if this is required for the given purpose;
copies of the travel document (along with the original to present);
documents proving uninterrupted stay in Poland;
documents confirming that a foreigner has a stable and regular source of income
a document confirming that a foreigner has medical (health) insurance entitling him / her to benefits in kind in the Republic of Poland;
other documents indispensable to confirm the data contained in the application.
A citizen of the third party state can be granted permission for permanent stay if the foreigner fulfills one of the following conditions:
-has resided in Poland without interruption for at least ten years immediately prior to the submission of an application for a permanent stay. 351 points 1 or 3 of the Foreigner Act.
What is this article 351 of the Aliens Act?
Is there any difference in which voivodship to get a residence permit? Is there any talk that the established procedure for issuing residence permit / permanent residence can be covered?
Can you reset the original sources (legislation) of residence permit in Polish?
I used to have a strong feeling that only ethnic Poles can come to Poland easily and simply. It turns out that the door is open to everyone. : shock:
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
06 May 2015, 22:21.
Paper is not so difficult to draw up, there is no special bureaucracy. I think it’s the same level as in Europe.
As for moving around in business, there are a lot of conditions. I myself wanted to leave so, but then I realized that there are some questions. It is very easy to open a company in Poland, in just one month it can be done. In this case, you do not need a lot of money. Approximately 150 rubles. But then another time arrives, how can you find employment in this company? And there are a lot of questions. That is, as the owner of the company you can get a visa and stay in the country for 6 months a year, but all the time you need to be employed. And for this you need to get permission from a special organization. There is in official documents such an item that if your company makes a profit, you have employed the citizens of Poland, you are benefiting the Polish State, the Voivode can issue a residence permit. But there is a very controversial issue, whether the person will give permission or not. Therefore, it is easier to enroll in one of the private schools and only in a couple of months to start living in Poland. In a few years you will get acquaintances, learn more about the country, possibly open a business. Training is a unique chance.
And Poland is a wonderful country, the only country in Eastern Europe that succeeded in post-Soviet transformation. There was no crisis in the country and no. The economy is growing, the country is changing at an incredible rate.
Re: Study and emigration to Poland.
15 Jun 2015, 14:53.
What kind of specialty do you study? What kind of university?
I also want to go to Poland to study, from scratch.
I want to be urban / urban. Prices for this line of study are above average.
How did you do it? In what language do you study? Are you renting a dwelling or living in a hostel?