Chapter 3: Conditions of enrolment


3.5 Employment guidelines for part-time and full-time students

3.5.1 Full-time students

Full-time students  are permitted to undertake part-time paid employment throughout the year. This  employment must not interfere with the requirement to devote at least four  normal working days to their research and study. Students are normally  expected to be present during standard working hours to enable interaction with  their supervisory team as required. They also need to observe any restrictions  on hours of work imposed by the conditions of any scholarship they receive.

International students  need to be aware that the employment restrictions outlined above apply even  though a student visa may permit  students to work more hours a week.

3.5.2  Part-time students

Where a prospective student is engaged in full-time or substantially full-time employment they will need to provide a statement addressing how they will manage the demands of their employment and studies, with particular reference to time management and prioritising. The statement should also to address the following:

  1. How do you expect to manage the demands of full time employment and part time studies?
  2. How will you manage the attendance requirements of meeting with your supervisors and progression milestones?

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