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    I was just thinking that if i go to some British uni next year, i'd have to find some job for next summer holidays to help me cover the expenses - and since the wages in my country are so low (2 pounds per hour if i was very, very lucky), i'd have to go to the UK
    whhat kind of jobs would be available for me? with the IB diploma (incl. french at higher level) - ie british education (though from the czech rep.)? how much money could i reasonably earn (minus living costs)? and would my potential employer help me to find an appartement?

    thanks a lot
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    it just crossed my mind - could i possibly manage to find a placement related to the degree i intend to study at university (probably something like economics with law)?

    and how is the best way to find a job? internet? sending my CV to big companies?
 
 
 

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