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    I've been accepted onto Birkbeck, University of London programme and will be moving to London in two months.
    I have a few questions to EU / International students who moved to the UK...

    Did you find a job? Was it very hard (how long did the job search take)? Did you apply from your home country or after coming to the UK?
    How long did it take for you to get your NIN, bank account etc sorted?

    Any tips on what to do before and after moving there?

    Thanks in advance! x
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    You might want to try posting this on the international students section on the website so they can help
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    (Original post by kayleighisonfire)
    You might want to try posting this on the international students section on the website so they can help
    will do, thanks
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    (Original post by AnnaXO)
    I've been accepted onto Birkbeck, University of London programme and will be moving to London in two months.
    I have a few questions to EU / International students who moved to the UK...

    Did you find a job? Was it very hard (how long did the job search take)? Did you apply from your home country or after coming to the UK?
    How long did it take for you to get your NIN, bank account etc sorted?

    Any tips on what to do before and after moving there?

    Thanks in advance! x
    Where are you from?
    Job searches usually depend on what you're willing to take. Very few good jobs out there, and those that are, are increasingly selective.
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    (Original post by hellodave5)
    Where are you from?
    Job searches usually depend on what you're willing to take. Very few good jobs out there, and those that are, are increasingly selective.
    Poland, 2.5 years of professional experience as an Analyst/Researcher in multinational corporations. Won't be picky though
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    (Original post by AnnaXO)
    Poland, 2.5 years of professional experience as an Analyst/Researcher in multinational corporations. Won't be picky though
    Will be fine then . Have a look at the indeed and sheffield gov job searches; see what sort of stuff is going.
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    Will be fine then . Have a look at the indeed and sheffield gov job searches; see what sort of stuff is going.
    thanks!
 
 
 
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