As an international student, you can work for 20 hours per week and full time during holidays and college breaks. However, in order to do so, you will need to have a work contract with your employer and you must submit it to the District Employment Office for approval. Only after that you may be given a work permit to work part-time.
Some of the part-time jobs that students usually go for in Cyprus are:
○ Working in a bakery
○ Forage production
○ Night-shift workers
● Household Activities
● Health and Social Care (in homes for the elderly)
● Agriculture or husbandry
● Food delivery
● In restaurants/other recreational centers:
○ Kitchen Assistants
● Gas station/car wash
You may also work under the practical training and internship programs as directed by your institution.
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