Student Jobs in Estonia
Are you still thinking about where to study for your university education? Looking for a study destination which is beautiful, safe, technologically advanced and well regarded in the higher education sector, where you can study and work concurrently? Estonia is the right destination for you! We will help you secure an enjoyable education life by exposing you to diverse student opportunities prior to your study.
There is absolutely no need for an additional working permit to work while studying full time in Estonia. As an international student you are allowed to work on the condition that it does not interfere with your studies and you avail yourself to company requirements and obligations. It should be noted with importance that students have to receive passing grades for a full load of courses and finish studies within the nominal time for them to access any form of employment otherwise the university has the right to denounce you from any job parallel to your studies in the event of defaulting and poor performance. An important thing to also note is that all non-EU students can stay an additional nine months in Estonia after their graduation (deemed by the university) and seek employment. Upon finding employment after graduation, they can use this time to apply for a temporary residence permit for work.
For part-time or full-time work during studies, you may want to consider pursuing a job that will provide you with some experience for your long-term career goals not just for temporal earning reasons. The career services and faculties should have contacts in a variety of industries and they can assist you in looking for a placement. RocApplydoes share open vacancies and you can get access by subscribing for our newsletter. There is generally a good vary of part-time work on supply from jobs in tutoring, language teaching, baby-sitting, interpretation, translation, to data processing, admin, IT programming and developing, clerical, waitressing and shop work. Typical part time work can also involve providing support services to an organization that has operations in many countries like call centres, reservation centers, shopper support centres etc. These are mostly international companies therefore, a tolerance for diversity is needed to be comfortable in this type of work environment in Estonia.