Are you planning to work during your studies to gain some experience and learn new things? Are you aware that international students are allowed to work legally in Europe? As your future career is important to us, GISICS can help you organize your part-time job that suits your needs and qualifications.
Germany is currently a study destination for more than two million foreign students. Many universities in Germany in recent years became accessible to English-speakers. Knowing German is no longer a prerequisite for many Master’s programs in Germany – especially for those that are internationally oriented.
1. Plenty of opportunities upon graduating
2. Working with people
3.The ability to help people
directly and make them happier
4. Team work
5. Respect in society
6. A great need for doctors
7. Safe job, career, and lifestyle
Polish university education system has a history of 650 years of educating high profile professionals. Currently, there are over 1.9 million students enhancing their knowledge, improving their skills and boosting their international experience in Poland.
Lifestyle and even your course. You should seek further information on living costs from your institution.
GISICS is constantly updating its study offer and expanding cooperation with other European countries.
Studying in Europe will help you gain all the skills you need for the global economy.
European job market is one of the most dynamic and diverse in the world. Many new work places are created each and every year and qualified employees are always wanted. Working in Europe can be a great opportunity for your career advancement and can provide you with an uniqe experience....more
The best way to start looking for a job is over the Internet. One place to find vacancies in Europe is on the Internet pages of the following government institutions. Hereunder are some of the best ways to find a job in Europe. Employment Agencies: Europe’s largest official job portal belongs...more
Thinking of studying in Europe? Get started here! With a long history of pioneering higher education, Europe is home to many of the world’s oldest and most prestigious universities – and many of the most attractive student cities. GISICS monitors yearly rankings to get information about the best universities in Europe. Join us now and get...more
Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange is a state institution reporting to the minister responsible for higher education. The Bureau is the contact point for the EU directives of general system of recognition of professional qualification.
The Bureau carries out many activities related to recognition, providing...more
ERASMUS is the most successful student exchange programme in the world. Each year, more than 230 000 students study abroad thanks to the Erasmus programme.
ERASMUS offers the opportunity for student placements in enterprises, university staff teaching and training, and it funds co-operation projects between higher education institutions across Europe.Close...
The EU Blue Card Scheme is designed to make Europe a more attractive destination for highly educated persons from outside the European Union. All EU member states, except the United Kingdom, Denmark and Ireland, participate in the EU Blue Card scheme. EU Blue Card Network is the global platform to secure a job...
Global Competitiveness Report of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Germany ranks 4th. According... More