Feeds Topics Study Abroad Working in the UK while being an International Student

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    Victor Omotosho
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    The UK, although one of the most popular study destinations, is also quite demanding in terms of expenses. That is why many international students decide to work while also being enrolled in degree programmes.

    As an international student, you may wish to take on part-time work to meet new friends and earn extra money for work in the UK while studying in the UK. Nowadays a large number of students are highly interested to study in the UK, and most of the students are concerned about how can they work in the UK while studying.

    These working rules are only for students who come from a country outside of the EU/EEA, since citizens of EU/EEA or Switzerland do not need permission to work in the UK while studying. You can’t work in the UK without a Tier 4 (General 4) visa. Keep in mind that all conditions (including the number of hours you can work) are printed in your Tier 4 Visa. Check out A Complete Guide to Student Visa in UK

    However, how much you are allowed to work or the rules you should abide by, all depend on your visa restrictions as well as the university you’re enrolled in. There are certain jobs you are not allowed to do while being a student in the UK, There are certain jobs you are not allowed to do while being a student in the UK.

    Here are some of the jobs most common for students in the UK.

    • Student Support Officer
    • Sales Assistant
    • Server or bartender
    • Pizza Delivery Driver
    • Personal Assistant
    • Tutor
    • Student ambassador
    • Sport Facilities Worker
    • Customer Assistant
    • Admission Officer
    • Waitress
    • Receptionist
    • Facilities Assistant
    • Bookseller

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