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  1. Working during your studies Students on full time degree-level courses holding a Student visa are permitted to work in the UK .

    The requirements and rules are as follows: Up to 20 hours per week during University term time. UKVI has defined a "week" as "a seven day period starting on a Monday and ending on a Sunday"

    Students on full time degree-level courses holding a Student visa are permitted to work in the UK. The requirements and rules are as follows:

    Up to 20 hours per week during University term time. UKVI has defined a "week" as "a seven day period starting on a Monday and ending on a Sunday"
    Full-time in vacation periods
    Full-time during term time if on a work placement that is an integral and assessed part of the course - any work placement must not be longer than 50% of the total course length (unless there is a UK statutory requirement for the course to contain a specific period of work placement which exceeds this limit.)
    As a student union sabbatical officer for up to two years
    If you hold a Student visa for a part time course you will not have the right to undertake any work, paid or unpaid, in the UK.

    Student visa students can only work on a temporary basis - they cannot be employed on a permanent contract. They cannot be self-employed or set up a business, or employed as a professional sportsperson or as an entertainer.

    If you have another type of visa, you should check if you can work during your studies with the International Student Advice team. The Home Office provides some examples of what would be considered "engaging in business" (so you would not be allowed to do this) in their visa guidance. This includes:

    Setting up a business as a sole trader or under a partnership arrangement and that business is either trading or establishing a trading presence
    Being employed by a company in which you hold shares of 10% or more (including where the shares are held in a trust for you), or
    Working for a company where you also hold a statutory role, such as a director.

    Even if you are working for a company or client outside the UK if you are physically in the UK while you are doing the work then this counts towards your 20 hour limit.

    It also means that if you are doing any freelance work for someone outside the UK (e.g. editing journal articles) this would count as self-employment so is not allowed.

    UKCISA provide further information about working during your studies.

    They have also produced a very useful blog covering some of the common issues around working during your studies and looking at different types of work that would not be permitted.

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