Last Updated on February 20, 2021 by Rubayet Al Sami

As a student, the money you get from your abroad job will support you financially. You can pay your academic expenses, living expenses, and travel expenses. Also, you can save money for the future. In this article, you will know about 10 best countries to study and work.

If you want to study abroad, but you don’t have a scholarship which can cover all of your expenses. In this situation, your guardian has to bear all of your expenses or you must have a part-time job to support yourself financially.

Many countries around the world allow students to work while studying. Also, many countries offer quality education and also offers international students to work part-time while studying abroad.

Best Countries to Study and Work

Best Countries to Study and Work

1. Australia

Australia the best country to study and work. A student who wants to study and work in Australia, for that student will need a visa that allows him to work up to 20 hours a week and full-time during vacations.

Australian government established the minimum wage per hour. To have a job You must research the minimum wages of each industry. Students can easily find part-time jobs in Australia. Australia is the best country to study and work.

2. Germany

When you are studying in Germany as an international student you can work part-time 240 days and full-time 120 days a year. Remember that you can work full-time during vacations only.

German government not established the minimum wage per hour. In Germany, you can receive between 6-10 euros for an hour’s work. Also, Germany is one of the best countries to study and work.

You will have to take permission from the Federal Employment Agency where you are studying and also to the migration authorities if you want to work for more hours.

3. The UK

The United Kingdom is one of the best countries to study and work. If your country locates outside of Europe, then you will need a Tier 4 Student Visa. This type of visa is given to international students who are studying in the UK for six months or longer.

If your country locates in Europe then you will dont need permission to work. Usually, a student can work up to 20 hours a week during study periods and full-time during the vacations or semester-break.

4. France 

France is one of the best countries to study and work for international students. France allows students to study and work. If any student is from outside of Europe then he will need a student resident permit.

In France, the minimum wage is 10.15 euros per hour. Students can work up to 964 hours during the year. Students can work part-time during the study period and full-time during vacations. Remember that you will have to pay a 20% tax on your salary.

5. Canada

The Canadian government allows international students to study and work. Students are allowed to work on-campus or off-campus. In off-campus jobs, students are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week.

You can work full-time in on-campus jobs and on-campus jobs have no restrictions. But you will need a study permit and a Social Insurance Number to work in on-campus jobs.

6. Ireland

If your country locates in the European Economic Area (EEA) you can work part-time or full-time while studying. If your country does not locate in the European Economic Area (EEA) you will need a Stamp 2 permission to work while studying.

In Ireland, international students can work up to 20 hours a week during the study period and up to 40 hours during vacations or semester-break.

7. New Zealand

If any student wants to study and work in New Zealand then he will need a student visa that contains working rights. If your student visa does not contain working rights then you are not eligible to work.

In New Zealand, the minimum wage is NZ $14.75 per hour. Usually, students are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during the study period and full-time during vacations or semester-break.

8. Sweden

If you have a residence permit or student visa you can study and work in Sweden. You can work more than 20 hours a week because there’s no limit to work-time for students but studies will keep you busy. In Sweden finding a part-time job is quite hard.

9. Singapore

International students who are studying in those universities which are listed by the Singaporean government are allowed to work. Also, students will need a Valid Student Pass to work.

Singaporean government allows students to work part-time about 16 hours a week during the study period and full-time during vacations.

10. The USA

If any international student wants to study and work in the USA, then he will need an F-1 Visa. This F-1 Visa allows students to work on-campus. Campus job minimum wages is 7.25 to 13.25 dollars an hour in the USA.

This F-1 Visa allows students to work 20 hours a week and more than 20 hours during winter or summer break. If any student wants to work off-campus then he will need permission from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

At a glance, 10 Best Countries to Study and Work.

1. Australia
2. Germany
3. The UK
4. France
5. Canada
6. Ireland
7. New Zealand
8. Sweden
9. Singapore 
10. The USA

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