The best part about studying in Poland is that there are no restrictions of working hours, as long as work doesn’t hamper your studies, you can work as many hours in a week as you can manage. The National D Visa allows you to work as a student part-time.
Types of Jobs
The best student jobs are in restaurants or customer care. Your work opportunities increase with Polish language skills but it’s not mandatory. You can expect to earn 11-13 PLN per hour initially for restaurant jobs. So if you work 20-30 hours per week, you can expect to earn around 900-1300 PLN which can easily help cover rent and other expenses.
Working after Studying
Poland allows you to get work experience after you graduate. After finishing your graduation, you can apply for Temporary Residence Permit for work and extend your stay.