If you are about to study in France, then you should be seriously considering your options to work in France, both during and after your course.
You can choose from any of the following sectors to intern in France as an international student
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The industries that now dominate the labour market are health and social care, wholesale and retail trade, and manufacturing. The most in-demand industry is expected to be construction, followed by hotel and food service, and professional services. Along with that here are some other most on demand job sectors in France.
Yes, on a post-study work visa, students can stay in France for one year after graduation to look for job. After you've found a job, apply for a work permit and include a letter from the potential employer confirming the position. Recent grads may potentially be eligible for the Talent Passport visa.
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In France, international students are allowed to work up to 964 hours per year, or 60 percent of the maximum working hours allowed.
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