Working while Studying

Working while Studying

University students can work part-time while studying, gaining valuable work experience which is required when applying for full-time jobs. International students can automatically obtain an employment visa after graduating from university.

  • For EU/EEA students, the working system is extensive, with no restrictions on working hours or permits.
  • Non-EU/EEA students with student residence permits, have the right to work for 25 hours per week during their studies. However, there are no restrictions on working hours during the holidays.
     

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Fundamentals

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