Being in a major European capital like Warsaw, the University has been able to develop links with local and international businesses, and has an excellent graduate employment record. As part of your course you will be expected to complete a work placement giving you the chance apply the knowledge you have gained through your studies, learn new skills in the work place and to further links with employers, which may benefit you once your study has finished.
Students will be expected to complete a one month internship during their own holiday period. The University can arrange these internships with partner companies such as Samsung, Alior Bank and the INTL Institute amongst others.
Information about career events being held in Warsaw will be provided to students via the Careers office. The Careers office also maintains a database of job vacancies that students may use to seek employment if they have the required permits. During the academic year the University can arrange specialist training courses that students may attend.
With Warsaw being home to a host of multinational companies students may also choose to look for their own internship opportunities and may enlist the help of the University Career Office to do this.
Working in Poland
EU/EEA citizens are allowed to work in Poland without a work permit.
The nationals of the countries of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova are allowed to work in Poland without a work permit for a period not exceeding 6 months in any 12 consecutive months provided the employer declares their intention to employ such nationals to the local job centre.
Non-EU students can be employed part-time during the academic year and are allowed to work full time during July, August and September without the need to obtain a work permit.