Job Opportunities

Since April 2001 non-EEA nationals with permission to remain in the State as students, enrolled for courses with education providers listed on the Internationalisation Register, (with Stamp 2 permission) have been afforded the opportunity to work.

This allows non-EEA Students i.e. Turkey nationals to take up casual employment to supplement their income while studying in Ireland. During term time non-EEA students can work up to 20 hours per week and during normal college holiday periods non-EEA students can work on a full time basis up to 40 hours per week.

However, all non EEA students should be aware that the student work concession is being reviewed in 2011 and this may result in changes to this concession.

If you have further questions in this respect, please flick through the detailed answers provided under FAQ on the left hand side.


How can I find a job in Ireland?

If you are looking for a job in Ireland, have a look at the links below.
(These links are the most recommended ones.)

Apart from that, you can also try to get a job by sending your CV to different big markets like Tesco, Aldi and Lidl.

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