The University policy on term time working has some key points, to ensure that maintain your academic studies:
The University is aware that some students undertake paid employment during academic terms because of financial necessity.
It is recognised that term time working, in addition to providing income, may provide benefits to students in developing skills, abilities and knowledge likely to be helpful in planning and implementing their future careers.
Students are responsible for ensuring that any work, including voluntary work, does not result in their absence from any time tabled activity nor have any detrimental effect on their academic work. It is expected that students will work in what would otherwise have been non-contact time rather than academic time.
The maximum number of hours that it is appropriate for a student to work will vary according to individual circumstances and the timing and nature of the work, but typically would not be more than 15 hours per week during term time with a maximum of 20 hours per week.
The JobShop only sources part-time vacancies during term time, and full time
temporary work during vacation period