Is Germany your pick for studying abroad? Have you been thinking about a channel from which you could add some money into your pockets along with your studies? Then here is a tip or two about the ways you can have an income while you are a student out there.
First thing's first:
Almost everything in this world comes with "conditions applied", this too must have some rules to be followed, and here they are:
* If you belong to an underdeveloped country then you are required to have "student visa". This is a residency permit that will let you work and again, this has certain fixed conditions that needs to be followed.
* There certainly is a check on the number of hours that you can work, however it is most apt for students though, as they are working part-time.
* How much do you earn? Well the companies pay something lesser than 400 Euros per month, which cannot be trusted as a source of funding the studies, however, this sum that you ear is not entitled for tax payment.
* There is a certain card called the "Social Security Card", which bears a "Social Security Number" which has to be available with the students when they get their first job. The first employer should apply for this card and it will last you as long as you live!
* If you do not want to be chucked out of Germany then you will have to follow the "Labour Laws" meant for foreign students, and mind you they are strict!
Add ons of part-time job:
You don't just earn a few extra Euros to get a better financial state, but alongside you'll get to meet a lot of new people , you can expand your wagon of friends and who knows? One thing could lead to another good thing and you might have a whole new career ahead to take up!
Some companies might require you to have a good hand on German, but others would want you for the languages you know.
The job profile:
There are a host of jobs to choose from:
You could babysit, wait tables, Au-pair (saves money spent on stay and you might get free food as well, that comes along with working a lot, with no time to spend alone, but think about the bright side) , you could work at bars or cafe or clubs which is fun way to make money , but, working all night long could affect your next day's deeds, but you do get tips in these jobs especially on weekends! You could also be a delivery driver, courier things on cycle. There are also a lot of places to work at, like different cultural meets, book and/or music stores. If you know your English well, you could tutor children during their summer vacation due to the fact that call centers are becoming more known.
You can work at university , this has a lot of advantages! It provides you with a variety of jobs to choose from, pays you fair and you're just around the corner to reach your class.
Internships, they are taken as definite employment.
So there! You have a lot to choose from, take your pick and rest assured... you can make do with that extra money!