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    Hi
    i'm going to start a course at Surrey this september and I know i'll need to find a part time job to pay for my food and other things. I'm not from UK and I'll come to England only 2or 3 days before the freshers week starts.
    Could you tell me where it is most possible for me to find a job?
    In a coffee shop or something? Is it hard to study and work at the same time? Where did you work?
    Sorry if a topic like this one already exists, I couldn't find anything
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    Coffee shops aren't always the best place for work but try cleaning and waiting roles through the job centre website. You should be okay if you are good at time management. I'm lucky enough to be given a temporary full time summer for next year as well as this year before I start.
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    see reed.co.uk, gumtree for jobs..
    google it.. you get many:yep:
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    (Original post by Sena5)
    see reed.co.uk, gumtree for jobs..
    google it.. you get many:yep:
    Thanks it's good to know what websites I should use
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    www.jobsite.co.uk/jobs/part-time
    jobs.theguardian.com/jobs/part-time/
    www.reed.co.uk/jobs/part-time
    www.studentjob.co.uk/part-time-job
    www.indeed.co.uk/Part-Time-jobs-in-London
    www.womenlikeus.org.uk/part-time-jobs/
    www.e4s.co.uk/search/part-time-jobs
    www.timewisejobs.co.uk/
    www.totaljobs.com/JobSeeking/(Part%20Time).html
    jobs.mcdonalds.co.uk/uk/united-kingdom/part-time-jobs
    www.ukparttimejobs.co.uk/
    http://www.netmums.com/back-to-work/...part-time-work
    www.croydonguardian.co.uk/jobs/
    www.studentbeans.com/national/jobs-for-students/


    Check at tesco,
    Roles such as waitress, chasiers,

    I got all from google.co.uk
    See for more..
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    Thanks Sena5 again
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    (Original post by foodirl)
    Thanks Sena5 again
    How many did you apply so far?
    And which uni are you gonna study at?
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    (Original post by Sena5)
    How many did you apply so far?
    And which uni are you gonna study at?
    I'm going to study at Surrey(hopefully-I met all my conditions)
    and as it comes to the job, I haven't applied yet, I'm still waiting for the Uni to confirm my application
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    (Original post by foodirl)
    I'm going to study at Surrey(hopefully-I met all my conditions)
    and as it comes to the job, I haven't applied yet, I'm still waiting for the Uni to confirm my application
    as soon as uni accepts and you land in UK, begin applying..
    I'm not in UK but my advise cos when you have to fund accommodation, transport, food, and house bills..
    Lemme know once you land in UK safely.
    I wish one day in my life to learn at UK..
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    It's worth checking to see if your university has any student jobs available. For example working at the union bar, union shops, paid mentoring opportunities etc.
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    (Original post by foodirl)
    I'm going to study at Surrey(hopefully-I met all my conditions)
    and as it comes to the job, I haven't applied yet, I'm still waiting for the Uni to confirm my application
    when arriving at uni check with their careers service. They help students with careers..Always go to the career service at your uni for part time job seeking help..
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    (Original post by foodirl)
    Hi
    i'm going to start a course at Surrey this september and I know i'll need to find a part time job to pay for my food and other things. I'm not from UK and I'll come to England only 2or 3 days before the freshers week starts.
    Could you tell me where it is most possible for me to find a job?
    In a coffee shop or something? Is it hard to study and work at the same time? Where did you work?
    Sorry if a topic like this one already exists, I couldn't find anything
    pubs are also another big one- Weatherspoons take on a lot of students part time
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    (Original post by Sena5)
    How many did you apply so far?
    And which uni are you gonna study at?
    settle down yee two
    (Original post by foodirl)
    I'm going to study at Surrey(hopefully-I met all my conditions)
    and as it comes to the job, I haven't applied yet, I'm still waiting for the Uni to confirm my application
    thats enough winiking for the night..
 
 
 
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