I have no formal education in Graphics expect local company diploma
will it be easy to get a job there?
how is the opportunity in Finland as a Graphics Designer?
link for finding information
where 9500 euro have to pay in three installment in two years
last think, I am working in Danish IT outsourcing company in Dhaka with good payment as a Graphic designer
asad wrote:Hello all,
I am thinking to go in Finland as a MBA student in a tuition based study in early of 2011. Its a professional course and class only in weekend; full time working possibility. I have been working in Graphics design field for than 9 years with Danish company in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
As i said I am going in a tuition based MBA programme where 9500 euro have to pay in three installment in two years, will it be worthy to go there by paying tuition fees? I am planning to to go there on a tuition based programme than switch to tuition free study. is it possible? and another thing is, is there in Helsinki any college or university where I can get admission on Graphics or get a short course?
I have been meaning to come back & post a note here since I arrived in Helsinki at the beginning of the summer (and what a beautiful summer it has been for all of you who are considering the move!).
I am from Australia & moved out here due to my Finnish Girlfriend whom I met in Indonesia while surfing & drinking some . Before moving out here I was very dis-heartened about the move due to this forum! - BE POSITIVE GUYS...
I have been working in & around advertising / marketing for quite some time now but am only 29yrs old. I came here being told it would be impossible to find a job of equal standards to the contracts I have held in Sydney, London & elsewhere around the world - But once again - WRONG! In under a week I found a job with an agency whom I am now working as a consultant at a much higher level than I would be in an established country such as OZ or UK... I am only going to stay for a year or so as quite frankly the summer is great but 8 or so months a year it is cold & dark (and I mean that - it's already getting cold/dark but by December & January it may get as cold as -25c...).
The end of the day it takes nothing to just give it a go... What do you have to loose. Come over, check it out, enrol immediatley at Helsinki Summer University to learn finnish & get your self out there. Don't do what everybody else says to do in this forum! Do something different, contact employers directly and tell them you have something to offer from an international perspective!!!!
I am not going to give a tutorial on it & don't bother to ask me where I am working. The guys in this forum are 'trying to help' and I think that is great BUT - You guys might feel you know the Finns but everybody is different and every company is different so stop giving these guys thinking about coming a bad vibe about it...
So give it a go, what do you have to loose!!!! The worst thing that can happen is you come and don't find a job - so what, go to London (3 hour flight & about 70€ one way) and work... and if you have a girlfriend commute.
One last thing though - whatever they do say about the wages and taxes here is true - They Suck!!! Depends what you do but you willl most probably not get what you are paid back home, ESPECIALLY if you are a contractor in IT, Digital Marketing etc...
SO GOOD LUCK TO THOSE OF YOU THINKING OF COMING - Wait til the beginning of the summer so you see Finland at it's best... Be prepared for a different culture & as I said - What is the worst thing that could happen??? If you dont like it then at least you tried!!!!
So see you all for now & Good Luck...
Mike (from Australia) [/b]
I can speak and write fluently in both Chinese and English.
How are the prospects for professional accounting jobs for entrants.
Do you think I will make it?
rinso wrote:I can speak and write fluently in both Chinese and English.
You realise this is Finland and they speak mainly Finnish (and Swedish)?How are the prospects for professional accounting jobs for entrants.
Bad, unless you start your own business. And that might not be profitable until you're also fluent in Finnish.Do you think I will make it?
Actually I think you don't even have a chance to start.
As a non EU citizen you need a residence permit and for that you need a job (or be married to a Finn).
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