Can I work while studying at Singapore Management University?

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    Gunjan Piplani | Contributor-Level 7

    5 months ago

    You can work in Singapore during your vacation as an SMU full-time matriculated foreign student with a valid student pass. Students are excluded from applying for a work permit, as specified in the Work Permit Exemptions Notification.

    However, after term time, a student with a legitimate student pass is only eligible to work part-time, that is, for fewer than 16 hours per week. A letter of consent from the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore or the university is not needed.

    Note: For more details, students can check the on and off-campus opportunities on the university website. Also, refer to:

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