Working alongside your studies can be a good source of additional income. The University can help you find on-campus casual opportunities.
Feedback from Student Workers has shown that working for university departments can be beneficial as we can work with you to help you balance your studies.
It is recommended that students limit the number of hours they undertake paid work to 15 hours per week. However, to allow some flexibility, QWork will limit all students to working no more than 20 hours per week. Some workers may be restricted to less than 20 hours due to their individual circumstances such as Studentships and Visa restrictions.
Earn As You Learn
QWork is available to all students at the University to view opportunities for casual work. You can create your own profile and apply to on-campus vacancies.
The benefits of working on campus include:
- making new friends;
- gaining transferable skills and experience;
- improving understanding of life in the workplace; and
- earning money.
The QWork Team can also be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Opportunities that are suited to your skills
QWork advertises exclusive access to a wide range of roles across the University.
- Queen's Film Theatre (QFT)
- Bar and Catering Staff
- Student Guides & Helpers
- Physical Education Centre (PEC)
- Clerical / Administrative Office Work
- Information Services Classroom Demonstrators
- Student Ambassadors
Managing your time effectively is key to student life
Are you an undergraduate student and interested in learning more about time management, or would like to maximise your study time?
If so, why not book an appointment with the Learning Development Service.
You can speak to a member of our team about strategies for time management and developing a study plan. Appointments are available Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm in One Elmwood, or via MS Teams.