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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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yuta Profile Pictures: 2
Female Lady Blady 
#71 | Posted: 7 Dec 2014 21:23
Hey there Guest;

answering your questions:

Guest:
- what's the best universities there ?

I think so far are best the Latvian University and the Riga Technical University. Riga Stradiņš University may be called the 3rd, but only because of its specifics (medicine; while the other two have wide specifications on output).

Guest:
- Is there Biomedical Engineering major ?

I suppose, you may exactly contact Riga Stradiņš University for this specialty.

Guest:
- Is studying there in latvia good ? not comparing to west europe , i mean is it good comparing to asian countries maybe or cyrups and so ?

I may be wrong, but I'd call it a bit lower than the middle level. It's not Harvard or Oxford, and I also guess there are way better universities in Asia, for example, China. But it could be way better than in completely 3rd world countries... IMO.

Well, when you get a higher education, lots of things also depend on your own: your wish to study, your patience and so on. It's not about the middle school or college, which you visit just because you should visit it. In high school, you get more chances to get cancelled, if you are lazy ;)

Guest:
- and sm info about Student Accommodation please : )

It very depends on the University itself. The top 3 I've mentioned have their hostels, which are rented for a piece of cake. But as I know, they are not enough for all students, so at least 50% of students either leave with parents, either rent a cheap flat, which you could get for about 200 EUR/month in Riga.
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Not sure what it all is about... in opposite to something else...

Guest 
 
#72 | Posted: 13 Dec 2014 07:38
Thanks alot Yuta : )
Pana507 
Male Forums Member 
#73 | Posted: 20 Dec 2014 19:49
i can say that is hard to live or get a job there according your comments , i just want to invite you to my Country Panama, it's the country of the opportunities, my friend who came from Latvia liked my country and returned and got a job, but i know that not in all countries is like this, i would like to know more of Latvia, but if you would like to know more about my country, just let me know
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Female Lady Blady 
#74 | Posted: 21 Dec 2014 22:59 | Edited by: yuta
Pana507:
if you would like to know more about my country, just let me know

Definitely, I would like to know more about your country, specially an insider's opinion

Well, at first, what would be the immigration law for Panama? Is it easy to get a citizenship?

I also see, it's between Costa Rica and Columbia... are you often experiencing the floods from nature? It seems so thin land.

Also, do people understand English there?

And what is the middle monthly income costs? I mean, how much netto salary would I need to get to live a human life?

And what specialties are specially required there? IT, tourism, services or something else... curious to know

Also, if someone would ask you - what is so special in your country to migrate in there - what would you like to mention?

I'd appreciate your answers... specially, seeing it's so small land - but Latvia is even smaller by population, as you might know ;)
Pana507 
Male Forums Member 
#75 | Posted: 22 Dec 2014 03:30
1. well, you have to get marry with a Panamanian guy or have a baby here, but if you have much time here, you can legalize your citizenship.
2. yes we are thin, but i think that we are blessed for God, we have had floods like other countries in some areas, but, not something that has needed international help o big catastrophes that caused several deaths.
3. most of the professional knows english, however you will hear spanish always on the street, but we have advertisements or information in some places in english, because we receive a lot tourists.
4. it depends, the minimum salary is 600.00 monthly, but we could say that that an average would be 700.00 - 800.00, i cannot tell you how much you need, because this is relative, and also depends that what you have. (we use the american dollar)
5 all specialities that you mentioned we require, even more
6. what is special, well , i would like to say that we have good opportunities, if you are a visionary person, you can put your own business, there are a mix of races, you never will be affected for racism or denigration.
7. we are a small country, with a big heart XD (Panama, bridge of the world, heart of the universe)

I hope this will answer all your question, as i mentioned before i would like to go to your country, but the thing of racism , scares me a bit XD

bless!
basiljohny 
Guest 
#76 | Posted: 25 Dec 2014 12:46
Hello Yuta,
I am planning to do a masters programme from Latvia and the final year can be norway or austria. Can you please tell me if studies in latvia and these countries are valuable, and if so will i be able to ear some cash by doing partime jobs there?? After reading some comments I came to know that wages there are sooo low..? Is it so?? Please help me I will be very much gratefull if yu can respond to me atleast via email basiljohnyatgmaildotcom. I know that it would be difficult if we dont know the local language, still if i can learn some basics before heading there will that help ...please helpp!!!!!
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Female Lady Blady 
#77 | Posted: 26 Dec 2014 00:09 | Edited by: yuta
Pana507, thanks for your answers it seems for me, Panama is more like under USA's patronage, no?.. I rather know a few independant countries which do not have their own currency... That is why, if I would like to migrate - why not to migrate directly to USA? It's also the mix of colors, but it's more rich and wider

Despite, USD 600 is quite a normal minimal rate; in Latvia, the minimum salary in 2014 is defined as 320 EUR, i.e. about 455 USD - which is quite a low salary, considering Latvia is most of expensive EU countries! Also, I'm not quite sure, but may be only about 1/3 of Latvian workers earn approx. 800 USD per month, i.e. 600-700 EUR, so here you have leadership

In Latvia, almost all people are Caucasian; but Latvia itself is a mix of Caucasian nations, so I doubt you will meet with a lot of racism here; people rather are neutral to other skin colors; but as anywhere else, there could be individual racists.

"Bridge of the world, heart of the universe" - wow, you are ambitious!
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Female Lady Blady 
#78 | Posted: 26 Dec 2014 00:18 | Edited by: yuta
Hey there basiljohny,

basiljohny:
After reading some comments I came to know that wages there are sooo low..? Is it so??

Yes, in the post above I mention the minimal wage/monthly salary defined by the government! You may consider it as a base, it's not profitable to pay over this rate to workers, because taxes are HUGE - count about minus 30% from your income, if you want to pay them in full. That's why, most private companies pay taxes from the minimal salary, and the other part is given as "black just-in-a-hand cash"!

basiljohny:
Can you please tell me if studies in latvia and these countries are valuable, and if so will i be able to ear some cash by doing partime jobs there??

Valuable is only your wish to learn new things and the possibility to make it on your own. Higher education is mostly about that. I suppose, if you choose from Latvia, Norway or Austria, Austria so far is the best country to live and study in (it's just my opinion).

basiljohny:
I know that it would be difficult if we dont know the local language

Choosing between learning Norwegian, German, and Latvian, I would choose German it's widely speaking language in Europe, and considering Germany is the leading country in EU, you will not be lost, if you know German and studied in German - then you would much more have chances to get a job in German zone.

Latvia so far is very poor land, unemployment is in range of 11-15% depending on the season, only about 1,5 mln of people know and speak Latvian... I guess, you also won't find lots of studies in English or German here.

Now, you decide

P.S. Sorry, I have no time to private email conversations! Respond or ask here, on our forum - I'd be up to answer in a day or so
Guest 
 
#79 | Posted: 30 Jan 2015 20:41
i would like do master degree in Latvia.May i get part time job while i am studying in Latvia..
please some one of the Latvian people share your facebook or watsapp id share with me.

Thank you
Plomb 
Male Admin 
#80 | Posted: 31 Jan 2015 23:37 | Edited by: Plomb
Please read the above messages. I think, they almost clarify your repeated question.

Right now, as I know, many young people migrate FROM Latvia, because even after graduation they could get just a low-paid, unqualified job. Not saying about the learning process itself... you could get only a job for food, I guess, until you don't have enough of experience.
CuriousGuy 
Guest 
#81 | Posted: 6 Feb 2015 06:18
Hi Yuta,
Your replies were very useful. Im not going to ask the questions before.
I want to know that whats the possibility If non-EU students complete their studies in Latvia and try to find jobs in other Schengen countries?
Besides English, I have A2 level in german, so is it good to find job in german speaking region after studying in latvia? can I'll be able to find one easily?
And if we learn latvian along with our studies, Can we learn the language upto a normal level in a year or two? And can we get latvian job at basic A2 level?
sorry, too much questions.
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Female Lady Blady 
#82 | Posted: 9 Feb 2015 21:41
CuriousGuy:
I want to know that whats the possibility If non-EU students complete their studies in Latvia and try to find jobs in other Schengen countries?

I may be wrong, but then such students would have even smaller chances to get qualified jobs than students living in Latvia. And as I've heard, you could only get a qualified job after 3-4 years after graduation. So it doesn't truly matter where and how you graduate - it's more up to your own abilities and wishes.

CuriousGuy:
Besides English, I have A2 level in german, so is it good to find job in german speaking region after studying in latvia? can I'll be able to find one easily?

Well. I don't know You may ask the same on German forums, not Latvian ones...

CuriousGuy:
And if we learn latvian along with our studies, Can we learn the language upto a normal level in a year or two?

Ask yourself: could you learn some other language in 1-2 years? I doubt so. You could learn some basics, but not a normal level, the same about Latvian, I guess.

CuriousGuy:
And can we get latvian job at basic A2 level?

Your German level would work in Latvia, only if you qualify for some Germany-related work. Not sure what it could be. For Latvian jobs, you must be qualified for Latvian, that's the basic Latvian law.
harriteppo 
Male Forums Member 
#83 | Posted: 23 Mar 2015 21:27
Interesting read, thanks !
Teana 
Guest 
#84 | Posted: 7 Jun 2015 03:57
yuta
Dear yuta,
I'm going to apply Bachelor programme English philology in Latvia.
• can I accompany my partner as a dependent?
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