If you decide to study in Australia you will benefit from being able to work alongside your study commitments.. A student may work casually up to 20 hours per week in term time and full-time during vacation periods. This is a very attractive opportunity for a lot of International students.
Australia has a good Economy and the majority of jobs are well paid so most students find part-time or casual jobs at some point during their studies.
International students regularly fill positions in the hospitality, retail and tourism industries however in most cities there is a wide range of available positions to suit each students skill set. If you are very keen, punctual, hardworking and a good team member you will get job opportunities.
Like Global have links with businesses in key industries and can assist with setting you up with the required documentation for certain jobs and also recommend job vacancies via their community forums.
If you seek employment you will need to obtain a Tax File Number (TFN) registration number. Like Global can assist with this so please get in touch with our friendly team who will be happy to help.
This website contains only basic information about the work visa, and this information is subject to change.
For more detailed, correct and current student visa information, please visit the website of the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs.
Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMIA)
Click here to find some Australian websites for job seekers.
Training Courses Training courses that help students find a job.
Some of these courses are required for certain jobs, for example, the RSA if you wish to work in a Bar or Restaurant, or the White Card if you want to work in construction. For more information on these training courses, click here.
Membership Plan / JOBCLUB By becoming a member of the Membership, you will have job search assistance in the following areas:
- Office worker
- Supermarket attendant
- Events employee