Working as an International Student in the UK

Posted12 January 2018 Study English in the UK Working Hours

Are you interested in earning extra spending money or improving your CV whilst studying English in the UK? If so, it is important to be fully aware of what you can and cannot do on your student visa in regards to working in the UK.

Learn more about working whilst studying in the UK below and if you need help applying to a UK language school, don't hesitate to contact SI-English today for a free consultation! We will guarantee you an offer from a language school in the UK within 24 hours of your application being submitted.

Working Hours UK International Student

Working as an International Student in the UK

During term time you can work for a maximum of:

  • 20 hours a week if you are on a study abroad programme at an "overseas higher education institution" in the UK
  • 10 hours a week if you are studying a course that is below degree level at a "higher education institution"
  • 10 hours a week if you have immigration permission as a Tier 4 (Child) Student

Your work conditions, including the maximum hours you can work during term-time, are normally printed on your visa sticker or Biometric Residence Permit.

- Popular jobs for international students

If you are interested in finding part-time work in the UK, there are a variety of different options to choose from. Jobs such as a coffee shop barista or a clothing sales assistant are easy to come by, especially in cities, but why not enquire with your school about available positions? Many institutions have positions readily available for students, and it looks great on your CV as well!

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If you are interested in studying English in the UK, get in touch with SI-English today for a free consultation about your future.

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