Am I allowed to work whilst I'm studying?
During term time, students are limited to working 20 hours per week. This maybe less depending on your visa requirements.
Am I allowed to work whilst I'm overseas?
KCL/KTB is a UK organisation and UK employer, so in order to pay and tax people correctly, candidates need to reside in the UK, on the UK payroll, paid to a UK bank and taxed accordingly.
As a minimum criteria, if you want to register to King's Talent Bank you must have a UK address and UK bank details under your name.
If I'm an Overseas Student, can I work while I'm in the UK?
If you hold a Tier 4 visa, and your visa states that work is permitted, then you can work. If you are doing a full-time degree-level course, then you should be able to work 20 hours per week during term time, and full-time during your vacations. If you are doing a course that is below degree level (such as a foundation course or Pre-sessional English course), then you should be able to work 10 hours per week during term time, and full-time during your vacations. The key is to check your visa sticker and/or Biometric Residence Permit.
If you are in the UK as a Standard Visitor or as a Short-term Student, you will not be able to do any work.
Please download the advice guide below for more information on working during studying.
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