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Would be easy to get a job after studying in Latvia, and/or part-time job while studying?

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Female Lady Blady 
#43 | Posted: 6 Jun 2013 19:59
Bro:
what kind of towers in Rezekne do you mean?

Umm... seeing your pictures I'm not even sure if somebody could see such stuff on the Internet

Whatever I have in mind, were most recent impressive new buildings in Rezekne, supported by EU foundations:

Zeimuļs, which stands for the center of education and creative support of kids and youth

and

Gors - the new multi-functional concert hall.

Unfortunately, the infos about these objects are not available in English even on the official Rezekne City Council page - so I'm not even sure - if they have built those for tourists, why no information? It's only in Latvian so far.

Anyway, I guess I know what you described (talked to my colleagues... ) - these ruins are located in the district of Rezekne-2 Railway Station, under the bridge - right?

Gors and Zeimuļs are built closely to the historical center... may be you've missed them while traveling by train
Zeimuļs
Zeimuļs
Gors
Gors
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Sonichayan 
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#44 | Posted: 22 Jun 2013 05:58
Yuta...
I would like to pursue a phd from turiba univeristy.i have finished my degrees and mba from united kingdom and was doin an admistration job. Would you mind advising me regarding, accomodation ,jobs likely to get and validity of getting phd from the above mentioned university..
It would be really appreactiated commenting the same
Looking forward for your reply,
Thanks alottt
Sony
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Female Lady Blady 
#45 | Posted: 24 Jun 2013 11:45
Sonichayan
I'm not sure how could I advice you because I'm not related to Turiba in any way... anyway, regarding accommodation - Turiba may have its own dormitories, and may rent the cheapest flat in Riga starting from 250 EUR/month. As about jobs - in this thread above, I widely explained that Latvia currently has about 20% unemployment level. I doubt that having just "administration skills" (which are actually no skills at all) and with no knowledge of Latvian language you will find a job meeting your education. Even locals swap Latvia for UK, so I'm wondering what are you trying to find in Latvia after getting UK grade.
Sonichayan 
Guest 
#46 | Posted: 26 Jun 2013 08:33
yuta
Thanks aloot yuta,

I was working as a human resource advisor in uk. I really wanna take a phd and doing a phd ,getting admitted and fees is expensive..in latvia fees r less moreover it would be a break
What you say?
Will it be easy to find ahuman resource jobs or can i take tution for latvian students...?
How about night life in latvia ?

Thanks alottt
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Female Lady Blady 
#47 | Posted: 27 Jun 2013 12:25
I'm not quite sure, "a human resource advisor" - what is it about?
What are you doing exactly to meet such a profession?

I'm not sure what kind of stuff could you advice in Latvia with this, if a human resource is exhausting here...
Sonichayan 
Guest 
#48 | Posted: 28 Jun 2013 01:37
Human resource s concerned with recruting, personnel management ..stuff like that...
I am just wondering whether worth comin to latvia when compared to other european countries in terms of getting education with mere money ...
Coz i cant stay any more in uk as my visa expires...sooon

Cheerz
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Female Lady Blady 
#49 | Posted: 28 Jun 2013 17:23
If the unemployment level is about 20%, what kind of recruiting, personnel management could we speak about?..

My personal opinion is that Latvia is not the best fit for you... education you will get here, is mostly for local market. Latvian educational diplomas are not rated high worldwide.
guzzyp 
Male Forums Member 
#50 | Posted: 10 Aug 2013 13:27
yuta
Hello Yuta, didnt quite get your name, is this a short form of yulia or a latvian name, anyways that is not the case, i am transferring from Ukraine to Riga soon, i mean very soon, so i have questions for you. Are Latvian girls Modest and responsible unlike so many ukrainan devushka, who can spend the whole day drinking vodka or cognac. can i work with only English and russian language proficiency. i am a native speaker of English but very good in Russian, i can read and write Russian and speak fluently. so are there any chances for me to get hired in a job. thanks yuta looking forward to hearing from you.
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Female Lady Blady 
#51 | Posted: 12 Aug 2013 10:52
guzzyp:
didnt quite get your name, is this a short form of yulia or a latvian name

You don't have to know my real name, as I don't have to know yours... it's a public forum with a tension to anonymity, that's why.

guzzyp:
Are Latvian girls Modest and responsible unlike so many ukrainan devushka, who can spend the whole day drinking vodka or cognac.

I'm afraid any Latvian girl in the age range of 18-25 will take you to the same mood. Young Latvian girls come with abnormally law education and they appear like the first chicks of the truly Latvian state freedom. Mostly, all clever and educated girls do not stay in Latvia for a long time and choose foreign countries for their lucky life. What you may find in Latvia these days, are not those girls living here 5-10 years ago.

guzzyp:
can i work with only English and russian language proficiency.

I'm not sure... you will definitely need a translator from Latvian to any of those languages. All official documentation, papers, written communication with institutions should be performed in Latvian only. Latvia is very limited country for "intruders". May be it would be possible to run business without knowing Latvian, but then you must have strong relationships with the other businessmen helping/advicing you and which work on this market for a long time. I think, the current market is split by influential big companies, and a guest person just writing on forums and replaying phantasies, has no place in this area.

guzzyp:
i am a native speaker of English but very good in Russian, i can read and write Russian and speak fluently.

Then you may take a look at Russia, because it has much more possibilities than Latvia, and it has Russian as the official language, comparing to Latvia where the only official language is Latvian.

guzzyp:
so are there any chances for me to get hired in a job.

It depends on your education actually; but I'm afraid, you will have very small chances!
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Guest 
#52 | Posted: 6 Sep 2013 18:42
can i job in latvia for stetted day i have come to mba study in latvia so give me information for latvia job
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Female Lady Blady 
#53 | Posted: 6 Sep 2013 20:52
Stetted day? Umm, what's that about?..

I'm afraid you can't get a job easily at all. You want too much "give me information.." who are you to give that?
Guest 
 
#54 | Posted: 26 Sep 2013 15:08
Respected pupils hi and itz me SIVANPRASATH from TAMILNADU-INDIA

I had an look on all tour replies.... please let me clear some queries....

Currently i completed my B.TECH engineeirng in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY...
and i wish to do my MSC computer systems in riga tech university in sep(2014)
some of my friends prefered me ds suggestion.... coz comparing to any other countries
in EUROPE, LATVIA is offering studies in low cost..... so am havn an plan of doing dr..
and i cant able to spend more than 6 lacks........


*can we able to get part time job dr? if it so means can i able to manage my living expences by my own?

*and please let me know the job opportunity scope for IT there...after completing the studies

*and what about the culture and pupils there? shall i enjoy my college life or its going to be boaring?

*and is it an nice place to live and all?

---- please sugges me for my succesful ahead.....
vignesh 
Male Forums Member 
#55 | Posted: 26 Sep 2013 19:33
I am from India.. i completed my bachelor in B.Tech (IT) in 2013.. is there any vacancy for fresher.. can anyone guide me ? i want to live in Latvia.....
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Female Lady Blady 
#56 | Posted: 27 Sep 2013 00:09
vignesh:
i want to live in Latvia

Do you know Latvian language? Without it, I doubt it will be possible to find an official job in Latvia in IT. Specially in government institutions.

Actually, Latvia is full of local programmers, so whatever you could compete, is the fee of your job. If you will work mostly for free, you are welcome

You may check Accenture Latvia, most likely it's the biggest company in IT area here, and it's international. Let us know your results!
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