Last Updated on 26th January 2018

Part Time jobs for International Students in Ireland 

Study in Ireland is a popular destination of any student, who want to go to abroad for higher study. If you are planning to study in Ireland, you should know about the visa regulations on part-time work for out side students in Ireland. Ireland visas are specified by Stamp numbers.
Students who are allowed to doing part time job during their course session are granted Visa Stamp 2, while those who are not allowed to doing work as part-time basis at all get the Visa stamp 2A.

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Holding a valid stamp 2 means you will be permitted to work for 20 hours per week during your academic session, and 40 hours per week during the months of May, June, July, August and from 15th December to 15th January.
These are the vacation times in Ireland so the time allowed to work increases in the vacations.

You need to be know, if you will eligible to work part-time job in Ireland:

Registered with local police known as Garda National Immigration Bureau or GNIB
Accepted to a course recognized by the Minister for Education and Skills
Enrolled to a full time course at or above NFQ Level 7
Attending classes between 8 AM and 6 PM per week
Enrolled to a course with at least one year’s duration

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International students who meet the above conditions and wish to take up work in Ireland must obtain a Personal Public Services Number (PPS Number). An employer can only pay employees with a PPS number, and funds will usually only be paid to an Irish bank account. Students will also be required to comply with the Universal Social Contribution (USC), Pay Related Social Insurance (PRSI), employment laws and taxation requirements.