Working in Ireland as non European student

Ireland, especially Dublin is a relatively expensive place to live compared to other European cities. Luckily, if you are studying in an approved university course or an English course you are allowed to work part-time in Ireland. You are permitted to work 20 hours per week during you studies and 40 hours per week during your holidays.

Often students can find jobs in coffee shops, restaurants and bars to name just a few. However, a lot of these places don’t advertise online and instead opt to put a notice in the front window of the premises.

Tip: There tends to be less competition for these jobs outside of the city centre. You will improve you chances of finding a job if you search in urban areas. 

There are some websites such as gumtree.ie, jobs.ie and possibly indeed. There are also a number of groups on facebook such as Dublin Coffee Jobs.

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