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Work-permit for International Students in Singapore
Asked by: Venom
Posted on Tue, 23 Sep 2008 07:09:47 GMT
If someone is pursuing a course in Singapore, will he or she be able to do a part-time job while studying there?
Current Singaporean Government policy allows international students to do up-to 16 hours of part-time job in Singapore. To work part-time, students have to obtain a work-permit from Singaporean authorities. Work-permit is granted only if a student is enrolled with a Singaporean educational institution as a full-time student.
Students who wish to work can do full time jobs during vacation. Usually there is three months vacation period every year.
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