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Working Hours for International Students in UK
Asked by: IMRAN81
Answers: 3
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Posted on Wed, 22 Apr 2009 14:24:03 GMT
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How much working hours per day can an international student get in UK while studying?
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International students are allowed to work part-time of 20 hours per week. However, students from EU region are allowed to work full-time. During vacations (3 months in a year), even international students are allowed to work full-time.

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InfoStore answered 8 years and 5 months ago

I think average of 10 or 20 hours a week.

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mike2011 answered 6 years and 2 months ago

Students who are in a course at or above NQF 6/QCF 6/SCQF 9 at a UK higher education institution are allowed to:

work for up to 20 hours per week during term time;
work full-time during vacations;
do a work placement as part of your course;
work as a postgraduate doctor or dentist on a recognised Foundation Programme.
If you are on a course below this level at a UK higher education institution, you are allowed to:

work for up to 10 hours per week during term time;
do a work placement as part of your course;
work full-time during vacations.
If you are on a course at any level at a publicly funded further education college, you are allowed to:

work for up to 10 hours per week during term time;
work full-time during vacations;
do a work placement as part of your course, provided your education provider is a Highly Trusted sponsor or the course is at or above NQF 6/QCF 6/SCQF 9.

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Chikanbarn answered 4 years and 11 months ago
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