Can I do a part time job when I study abroad?

Is there an age limit for working when studying abroad?

Asked by: Simranpreet kaur, 3 months ago


Answer:

Your eligibility to work when studying abroad is decided by your visa, not your age. On a student visa you are allowed to work part-time in many countries like Australia or Japan. In the US you are only allowed to work on campus from your second semester. If you take a short term course on a tourist visa you are not allowed to work at all.

Working Holiday visas, on the other hand, are usually restricted to a minimum age of 18 and a maximum age of 30 or 35 years old, but normally you would not have a Working Holiday visa when you study abroad.

Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2019-04-25 21:13:41 This is an accepted answer.

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