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As a Nigerian How to Study and Work in UK in 2023

Apr 29, 2023

As a Nigerian How to Study and Work in UK in 2023:Usually, students work in the trade or service sector. You also need to know the minimum wage for working there is £6.50 (3700 NGN) per hour or more.


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Students who wish to do voluntary internships need to find out from the organization whether the work is paid work or not. If so, then this will reduce your maximum working time per week.


Once you get a job you will need to get a National Insurance Number and will need to pay income tax to the UK government.


wide variety of jobs are available in the UK where you can work part time, volunteer or complete work placements or take sandwich courses around the clock. All of these are valuable work experiences that can give you an edge and build your resume.


Conditions of working in the UK


A student visa may affects this requirement. For students coming from the European Union, they have no restrictions on work. However, if you are from Nigeria and your course is longer than six months, you will need to obtain a Tier 4 (General) Student Visa. The visa allows you to take up to 20 hours of part-time work during college starts and full-time work during college breaks.


   • Study at a publicly funded higher education institution

   • Currently studying a short-term study abroad program with an overseas higher education institution

   • Over 16 years old

   • Currently studying a course at NQF level 6 (degree level) and above


Work after graduation


If you want to live and work in the UK after you’ve finished your studies, you’ll need to get a new visa first, or you can also apply for a UK visa extension.


There are three most common work visas available to international students namely, 

  

    • Tier 1 (Graduate Employer), 

    • Tier 2 (General) and 

    • Tier 5 (Temporary Worker).


Please find information about these types of visas on the UK Government’s official website, so you can find out if you are eligible for one of these visas, as well as information on how to apply for a visa.


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