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Many of the international students coming
from India or sub-continent have a common query when they plan to study abroad
in Ireland or in other EU countries. Almost all of them are eager to know about
the working hours allowed for them. Undertaking a full time or part time
course, students want to get into an employment to lessen their study
allowances, though students are not allowed to work during their study
This is the age when talent is the need to
conquer and skills for showcasing the ability, and to cope with this situation,
students must acquire more experience in different fields while they study in
Ireland or in any foreign countries. Therefore, every smart aspirant wants to
apply for internships that can help them grow their skill sets. Plus, it would
give them some extra money and a worthy work experience. Thinking of future,
the student gives priority to the part-time work as they already know Ireland
as one of those European centres that have become the headquarter of many
multinational companies like IBM, Samsung, Apple, Facebook, and many more.
Also, Ireland is the home to pharmaceutical companies and these companies rule
the world in the field of pharma and medical worldwide. And the vital reason
international students choose Ireland as the finest study destination is the
possibility of their professional future.
Therefore, they consider a part-time job before applying for a permanent
Job opportunities for the full-time students
The full-time students in Ireland are
completely dedicated to their studies. In other words, the full-time students
must not work during the undertaking period of their courses. Although, most of
the full-time students admit that working in libraries, cafés, restaurants,
hotels after the classes or during the vacations do not affect their studies.
On the other hand, if a full-time student wants to take a job in an IT firm, or
pharma company it would be difficult for them to concentrate on studies and job
simultaneously. However, that is quite
unreal that some of the full-time students work up to 15 hours during the
weekend for their pocket money to cover any expenses during the week. If you
are a full-time student, it is better not to take chances to increase your
Job opportunities for the Part-time students
The part-time students get most benefits
from working during study time abroad. They have the chance to maintain the
balance between the study and work.
On the other hand, part-time students are
those that get the most benefit from studying and working option maintaining a
well a life/work balance. As most of the companies are not willing to appoint
the inexperienced people on a full-time basis, working part-time while
studying, is one the best ways of gaining specific expertise and training in an
unfamiliar job field. Therefore, higher education in Ireland for the part-time
students provides more opportunity to get work experience.
Many of you may want to earn some money by
working with different firms and companies. Teams of counsellors are there to
push you into gaining more and more work experience abroad. However, the right
team will make you understand all the pros and cons. Therefore, the team
Education Ireland advises you not to concentrate on the part-time work if you
are a full-time student in Ireland.
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