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Junji asks: I have a question about an availability of part time job for foreign students who will start his Russian language study at a language in Kiev from this coming summer. will I be able to get a part time job while I enroll in a language school? I do not know anything about the Ukrainian immigration law. Regard, Junji.
Expert's answer:
You can work while studying in Ukraine but you need to get a work permit or residence permit to work officially. All the details should be discussed directly with the employer. In 2016, the average salary in Kiev was about 300 USD per month for a full-time job, so it won't be an easy task to earn more as a student employed part-time.
Demi asks: I am a female student in Vinitsya, Ukraine. Please is there a way I can find a partime job to help me raise some part of my tuition?
Expert's answer:
The following lists of part-time jobs available in Vinnitsa will probably be useful (first, second). If necessary, you can use this service to automatically translate sites from Ukrainian/Russian.
Jacquline asks: I am a foreigner in Ukraine. I'm studying medicine in Dnepropetrovsk, and I want to do part time job! What kind of jobs would be good for me?
Expert's answer:
The following list of part-time jobs available in Dnipro (the new name of Dnipropetrovsk) will probably be useful. You can use this service to translate sites from Russian/Ukrainian if necessary.
Frank asks: Please how much am I possibly going to earn per hour while working and studing in Ukraine?
Expert's answer:
Today, the average salary in Ukraine is about 200-300 USD per month for a full-time job, so it won't be an easy task to earn more especially if you are a student.
Roshan asks: I am an international student. I am going to study medicine in Ukraine. Can you please tell me if I get a part time job, how much can I make in a week?
Expert's answer:
International students need to get a work permit or residence permit to work officially in Ukraine. In 2016, the average salary in the country is about 200-250 USD per month for a full-time job, so it won't be an easy task to earn more as a student employed part-time.
kiss asks: How much is been paid to an international student when he finds a cleaner job or any related job per hour in dollars in Ukraine?
Expert's answer:
In 2015, the average salary in Ukraine was about 200 USD per month for a full-time job, so it won't be an easy task to earn more being a student.
Tyrone asks: Hi am I able to do a small amount of work on a short stay visa, like tree felling?
Expert's answer:
Since a work permit is only required if you are going to obtain a long-term visa, it can be assumed that those who have a short-term visa can't work in Ukraine, at least officially.
Timothy asks: I am looking at moving to the Ukraine To live with my future wife and was wondering about finding work and what I would have to do to live there.Is there anything I can do before I go over there?
Expert's answer:
You can check the following sites with jobs available in Ukraine: work.ua, rabota.ua, hh.ua. You can use this service to translate sites from Russian.
Sharry asks: Sir, can I work part time while studying to afford my tuition fees. Kindly tell me how is it possible for me.
Expert's answer:

International students can work while studying in Ukraine, there are no restrictions of any kind. Everything will depend on you, if you can both study (have good grades) and still find some time to work (may be at evening/night time, etc.), it is possible.

Of course the faster you learn the language, make friends, the higher are the chances to find a job. Also, if it is a university with a lot of foreign students, they probably can help you to find a job too, or at least give you good advice.

Shafiul gani arifin asks: How much can I earn money in a week in Ukraine as international student?
Expert's answer:
According to the job offers I have found you can earn about 100 USD per week.
Berny asks: I want to come to Sevastopol and teach English as a second language. What are my chances of getting a position in one of the Language Schools?
Expert's answer:
I found the list of language centers in Sevastopol , try to send them your request. The following service can be used to translate the pages from Russian if necessary.
oladipo odunjo asks: Is there any chance to school and do part time job as international student while studying in Ukraine?
Expert's answer:
It is possible and it is a usual practice for students studying in universities in Ukraine to have a part time job.
Donald asks: As an entertainer (professional drummer) who only speak English, can I use my skills to make a good living in Ukraine?
Expert's answer:
I think it is possible. You should contact the people from the following community of Ukrainian drummers (contacts). You can translate the site from Russian by using the following service.
Graham asks: Is it possible to work in Ukraine as an international student?
Expert's answer:
Here is the law about the rules for foreigners to have the work in Ukraine. The text is on Russian but you can translate it by using the following service.
Eve asks: As a foreigner can you get a permit to work after schooling in Ukraine.
Expert's answer:
If you are not the citizen of Ukraine you can work in the country after receiving a permission to have a work.
James Williams asks: What is the work week in Ukraine? Hours and days
Expert's answer:
According to Ukraine labor code the work week is 5 days a week with 2 days off (40 hours per week). Enterprises and organizations have the right to have 6 days work week with 1 day off if it is reasonable, but the total number of work hours remains the same (40 hours per week).

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