Internships in Poland

Right now we have 105 available PL internship positions from popular employers like Cadence Design Systems, 100happydays foundation, Boston Consulting Group, AkzoNobel & ASSA ABLOY. The different internships are spread across many cities in Poland including Warsaw, Krakow, Katowice, Wrocław & Gdańsk.

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An internship in Poland - your first step towards a cool career  

Taking an internship is a smart way to start a long and promising career. It is a clever way of gaining relevant practical knowledge to the function of a business, and internships are also frequently identified as the best way to land a full-time job. internships are a convenient way to test off different career paths, enabling a student to see which industry could be attractive to explore after graduation. 

More than providing valuable and relevant experience, an internship extends your professional network, which may be one of the most valuable currencies in a modern working environment. The specific characteristics of internships, such as their duration, type, and whether or not there are paid, tend to vary. This is usually based on industry and/or company size. 

Tip: Get started on the application process for your internship by using the Graduateland CV Builder to update your CV. Both your CV and your cover letter should be tailored to the job description.

Working and living in Poland

Poland sports a diversified economy that has developed significantly over the last couple of years and offers a number of internship opportunities for students and recent graduates.

With nearly 40 million citizens, Poland is also one of the most populated countries in Europe. Around 500 universities are located across the nation. Polish companies are increasingly faced with a shortage of skilled workers and are trying to attract talent from universities. Thus, there are numerous options for students & graduates on the hunt for internships.

It should be noted that - even when the working environment is English - knowledge of the Polish language makes the daily routines a lot easier.


Tip: Be aware that the requirements for job applications in Poland may be different from what you are used to. Check the points where you can adapt your CV, cover letter, and communication with employers to local standards.


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