If you can work during study, you can apply for and accept jobs in most types of paid role, at any level. You are not restricted to working on campus.
Below, you will find information about volunteering. We also explain the types of work you must not do.
The Home Office might question your working hours if you earn more than most students. This could be around £15,000 a year. There are no limits on what you may earn or on your hours of work in vacations and after study. But make sure you never exceed the limit on your weekly working hours in term time. It is important that you do not let work interfere with making progress on your course.
Our blog "A working definition" looks at many types of work, and whether you can do them as a student.
For information about finding a job, see --> Finding work, employers and tax.