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Employment Opportunities in UK (United Kingdom)

You can work part-time while you are studying, enabling you to cover your living expenses, fully

  • International students who study a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate degree course at a recognised university are allowed to work part-time during term time for up to 20 hours a week and full-time during the holidays
  • Minimum Wage Rates from 1 April 2019 are :

Age

25 AND OVER

21 TO 24

18 TO 20

UNDER 18

APPRENTICE

2019

£8.21

£7.70

£6.15

£4.35

£3.90

  • You are able to cover your living costs inclusive of accommodation cost, food, clothing, travel expenses and other miscellaneous expenses from your earnings.
  • International students are able find themselves an internship during holiday periods, This can be a very effective way to get a full-time job in your preferred industry sector once you have graduated from University.

You can work full time up to two years in the United Kingdom after completion of your studies

The UK government announced a new two-year post-study work visa, expanding opportunities for talented international students to build successful careers in the UK. From next year all international graduates will qualify for a two-year period to work in the UK, increasing their chances of finding long-term employment after studying. After the two years, you will be able to switch onto the skilled work visa if you find a job which meets the skill requirement of the route

If you are a full-time Tier 4 student visa holder, you can have family with you in the UK as a dependant if you are studying a postgraduate course of nine months or longer or you are applying for/have a Tier 4 Doctorate Extension Scheme visa

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