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That's very quick. Does this mean its approved?
05-02-2012 08:57 AM
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Strange.. I do not see any restriction to work for Student Residence Permit.

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It says the following

Quote:You may work

You may work over the same period as the residence permit. You do not need a special work permit.

billa Is this true for Sweden?

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well, migrationsverket.se is their official site, they can't put false information there Smile
It means that you can start working as soon as you arrive to Sweden, you don't need to wait for some time period and you don't need special permission for that.
How much work you can do, I'm not sure about the current law. Earlier the maximum limit was 20 hours/week I think. Its same in most of the EU countries.

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05-03-2012 01:11 PM
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billa Thats my point!! They have not mentioned that you are only allowed to work for 20 hours/week. No restriction has been documented.

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Rocker.pg Even if there are no restrictions, I don't think its possible to continue studies and work more than 20 hours a week. There are classes/labs all the day, and assignments/group work which you need to do.

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05-03-2012 01:59 PM
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billa Thats true. Was just curious on legal grounds. Smile

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Rocker.pg Thanks, just noticed changed in the avatar and status. Thanks to the edulix admins for that.

I guess sometimes the past just catches up with you, whether you want it to or not.
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Rocker.pg I second what billa said. With Chalmers's course work on one hand, i don't think we can be able to do above 20 hours/week. So, are you dropping LUT for Chalmers ?? Smile

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Frankenstein Yes, I am dropping LUT mainly because it does not exist on "World Achievers Exhibit" Razz

Its either gonna be Chalmers or Aarhus. I wont spam this thread as it is related to Swedish Residence Permit.

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billa What kind of part time jobs available for International students in stockholm. Both In campus and outside KTH.

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05-04-2012 12:58 AM
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Quote:It means that you can start working as soon as you arrive to Sweden, you don't need to wait for some time period and you don't need special permission for that.

You must have completed at least 30 ECTS credits or one term of postgraduate education in Sweden.

See this
05-04-2012 10:26 AM
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avnish Completing 30 ECTS credits is mandatory in case you are applying for a Work Permit, which gives you a option to pause your studies and work full time if the criteria such as minimum salary are met. 30 ECTS is not necessary for working with a normal Residence Permit. Its clearly mentioned in the same page which you posted. Smile

Quote:As a student at a university or college you are always entitled to work while you are studying. If you are working or have been offered work in Sweden, you may apply for a combined residence and work permit, for example if you want to end your studies and work instead.

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avnish, you got answer from Frankenstein.

I guess sometimes the past just catches up with you, whether you want it to or not.
05-04-2012 11:14 AM
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Frankenstein Ohh thanks for the clarification man .. Smile Till date I was of the perception that we can't work before completion of 1st sem..

Have you started learning swedish as it will play a role in getting part ttime jobs there?

You have submitted the application form no. 105031 right?

Please clarify me on the following points

What is the end date of the programme?

Every month I will have at my disposal (state the amount of money and currency) : 7300 SEK

What do you plan to do after you have completed the course of studies for which you have been accepted?

What to write in other information?

billa yes !! got the answer Smile
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Just learning few commonly used phrases, nothing more than that as of now Smile and yes 105031 is the English Version of the form, the Swedish version is 105041 i guess.
(05-04-2012 12:08 PM)avnish Wrote:  What is the end date of the programme?
Count 2 years from the start date, need not be accurate; just a approx date will be fine. i think, i specified September, 2014


Quote:Every month I will have at my disposal (state the amount of money and currency) : 7300 SEK
Yes, exactly the same.

Quote:What do you plan to do after you have completed the course of studies for which you have been accepted?
Well, Sweden is not as stringent as USA to deny visa [RP] for potential immigrants. so its up to you. But why take risk, specify that you will be returning back to your home country.

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