75% of international Students in the UK do not find a job to sustain them within 3-6 months of their stay there, 20% get lucky to manage meagre jobs and the remaining 5% simply equip themselves to be job worthy even before travelling to the UK…
I advise you to join the 5% if you wish to live comfortably to an extent over there even as a student.
What do the 5% do that makes them different from the rest?
I will answer that shortly, just pay attention to all I’m going to share here…
To study and work in a country like the UK is basically a dream come through for almost everyone who aspires to relocate to The UK.
This way, you would easily be able to beat the high cost of living, gather enough for your tuition fee and also have ways to save up a reasonable amount of money and create opportunities for yourself both at home and abroad.
But the big question remains; How long would you have to work to take care of all your bills? Especially as a student with about a minimum of 5 pounds per hour working for 20 hours a week.
That is about, 100 pounds per week.
This is not a bad option for lots of people, and with the “Naija-Effect”, some persons might choose to do some extra one or two (if you know what that means…)
Even at that, why would you want to settle for options like these when you can do way better with a good job offer in a high-in-demand sector even before you arrive in The UK as a student?
Imagine having an offer that could easily help convert your study permit to a work permit just within 6 months of your stay in the UK, get you a good opportunity to work in the health sector and also own an international driver’s license with which you can easily pick up any job for as long as possible without the 20 hours timeframe given to an average student…
Doesn’t this sound good?
Well, it is not gotten as easily as it sounds but one thing for sure is that; as long as you choose to go through the process, you would not regret it at all when you begin to enjoy the outcome.
What exactly is the process involved?
Unlike an average study abroad applicant who applies to study in the UK with just their normal credentials, and luckily gets an offer from a good school in The UK, then proceeds to get a CAS and a study visa before leaving for the UK, the 5% I earlier mentioned would simply choose to equip themselves with the necessary tools that will make them job-worthy even before proceeding to apply for admission in The UK.
One such tool is the NHS Health Care Certificate.
According to Wikipedia, NHS (National Health Service) is the umbrella for the publicly funded healthcare system of the UK. This system was founded in 1948 and is funded based on general taxation to help improve the health sector of the country.
Without a doubt, jobs in this sector would pay more than what an average student goes for but it will be highly competitive to get such an offer as a student.
So how then do applicants go about getting such jobs even before getting to the UK?
Just like in every professional field, all you need is training that will grant you a certificate as a National Health Service provider.
To get this done, you will need to have genuine assistance from recognized organizations like Jaysmart Ventures and the likes who will put you through how to take the training even with zero knowledge of the health field, and get certified with ease.
Mind you, this does not mean you must apply as a student in the UK once you have an NHS certificate. You can easily apply to work in the UK with it but it is just an added advantage to those who will also wish to study while working as an NHS practitioner.
Added to the advantage of being able to work extra time than an average student, you get to be paid better, get bigger exposures, become open to better opportunities, own an international driver’s license, have little stress of paying your tuition fee balance, have the opportunity to switch from a study permit to a work permit in about 6 months and lots more.
Your big question would be about the price for this process to be successfully carried out.
This basically depends on the organization you choose to use for your processing but from experience, the major difference is the little extra you will spend on getting certified as an NHS service provider.
My Candid advice is for you to make your research about what I just shared and also ensure to work with reliable consultants like Jaysmart Ventures, MINT LLC, or any other Organization you are comfortable with.