If you are interested in working abroad, it is important for you to search which are the countries that allow students to work while studying, and which are the conditions to do so. You must keep in mind that, as legislations change constantly, it is always important to verify that you have the updated information.
Here you will find the information of six countries that allow to work while studying:
United States: In the United States, once you receive your F-1 Visa, which is the one given to international students that will study a full time program in language school, high school, universities and other higher education institutions in that country, you will have the right to work On-Campus for maximum 20 hours per week during the study period and up to 40 hours per week during the vacations period.
Australia: If you decide to work in Australia, the student visa will allow you to work up to 40 hours every two weeks during the study period, and full time while you are on vacations. It is important for you to know that.
France: As a student in France you will be able to work both On-Campus and Off-Campus, as long as you have a residency card and you are
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