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hello,
after the change of working rules in uk , i am really wondering, what is the current scenario if one wants to work in uk after graduation..
are there any rules to work , if so plz specify them..

any input on this will be supremely helpful..

and if one goes to germany or sweden, can one work there after masters or one has to learn the language..

i am considering gng to EU but the job scenario there has me thinking otherwise...

plz comment ..
07-25-2012 03:46 AM
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Currently the situation in UK is not really good. If you want to work after your graduation you need find an employer willing to sponsor Certificate of Sponsorship (COS). Not many companies will be willing to do that. The good part if you graduate from a UK university is that you will be exempt from Resident Labour Market Test.

Germany/Sweden the situation is better than UK. For Germany, once you graduate you get 18 month period to search for a job. Once you find a job, you get the Blue card which allows you work for that employer. Even though you may not be using German at work, it necessary to know some German to be able to find jobs and get interviews.

If I were you, I would go to Germany.
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thanks for the valuable input...could u suggest some uni. in germany ..

i want to do MS in communication.

AND WHAT ABT SWEDEN..

IN EU IS IT TRUE , THAT U ALSO HAVE TO FIND A JOB WITH A SPECIFIC SALARY IN ORDER TO WORK..
IN CASE ONE GETS PLACED DURING STUDIES. DOES THE SCENARIO CHANGE FOR HIM OR NOT..
THANKS IN ADVANCE..
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Your query has been raised earlier, by others and answered as well. Do search the forum properly.

Secondly, no one will suggest Universites to you here. You can search the relevant programs in different Universities quite easily. Try searching through mastersportal.eu.

Finally, please do refrain from writing in caps. It comes across like you are screaming, which is obviously not desirable.

Tag me to get a response.
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07-25-2012 07:06 AM
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i understand...
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dawood Yes, there are minimum salary requirements to apply for work permit. In case you get placed during studies, you can apply for work permit. However, some countries have restrictions, for example if I remember correctly, in Sweden you cannot apply for work permit before completing at least 30 ECTS at university.

I guess sometimes the past just catches up with you, whether you want it to or not.
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