Students in England have an academic workload of between 8 to 20 hours per week, allowing them to have a part-time job and in some cases even a full-time job while they are studying.
Working in England is not solely to pay your expenses, although that might be one of the most important roles. Working will also provide the student with a professional CV allowing the student to gain three years of professional experience by the end of his degree. Also, it is a great way to help develop your English and professional vocabulary as well as meeting new people.
Your student advisor will guide you and give advice about this matter too.Viewed 738 times