The United States, Canada and Australia are among the countries that most hire Brazilians to work. Check out a list of 12 countries that accept Brazilians to work
One option for those looking for a differentiated professional experience is to spend time working in another country. Thus, in addition to complementing the curriculum, while living abroad it is also possible to get to know new cultures and languages while interacting with local residents.
Several countries allow exchange students to work a few hours a week while studying abroad.
THE World Study, an exchange agency that offers programs in more than 300 destinations, has several exchange proposals for those who want to take a course, study and work or just work abroad.
Check out some countries that allow Brazilian travelers to also have professional experiences within their borders.
Brazilians can study and work in Australia
The largest country on the oceanic continent is a good option for those looking to work abroad. In the program I study and work gives World Study, the exchange student who takes more than 14 weeks of course (with more than 20 hours per week) can get paid employment only with a student visa. The type of employment will vary with the immigrant's level of English.
The benefits of studying abroad in Australia are fascinating. Modern infrastructure meets unique landscapes and nature comprising the Great Barrier Reef, the Outback Desert and species such as the kangaroo and platypus.
Brazilians can study and work in New Zealand
Also in Oceania, the New Zealand draws attention for its breathtaking natural landscapes, with its islands marked by volcanoes and glaciations. As in Australia, if the student is enrolled in a course of 14 weeks or more, he can apply for a study and work visa.
Brazilians can study and work in Ireland
In Ireland, once in the country, it is possible to apply for a work permit if the student is enrolled in a 25-week course. The authorization allows the student to work 20 hours a week during the exchange. During the vacation period, the student is entitled to eight weeks, during which time they are allowed to work up to 40 hours a week.
While going through a professional experience, the exchange student can get to know the culture of the country of leprechauns. Its capital, Dublin, has more than 800 pubs and extols a landscape mixed with medieval castles, historic buildings and contemporary buildings.
Brazilians can study and work in Canada
Canada has been attracting more and more Brazilians to discover its snowy landscapes, temperate forests and world-class infrastructure. As one of the main destinations for exchange today, the possibility of working in Canada is a differential.
In order to be allowed to work as a student in the North American country, the student must be enrolled in a higher education course with a minimum duration of six months.
Brazilians can work in the United Arab Emirates
A trip to the United Arab Emirates is perfect for those who want to surround themselves with luxury. Dubai and Abu Dhabi are top destinations when it comes to mega shopping malls, skyscrapers and vibrant nightlife.
For exchange students who are also looking to work abroad during their study period, it is sufficient to be enrolled in an eight-week course. The work permit is unlimited and, if the student has a good resume, experience in their professional field and advanced English, there are great possibilities of getting a job in the area.
Brazilians can work in Malta
Malta is an archipelago located in the central Mediterranean region, between Sicily (Italy) and the coast of North Africa. Known for bringing together the history of Roman, Moorish, English and French people, the country has one of the cheapest costs of living in Europe. For the exchange student to work in Malta, it is necessary to be enrolled in a course lasting more than three months, not being allowed to work for the first 90 days.
Brazilians can work in South Africa
South Africa is the only country in the world that has three capitals: Pretoria (executive), Cape Town (legislative) and Bloemfontein (judicial). The nation is also very important to world history because of apartheid and also because of the icon, Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black president.
In the country, students need to be between 18 and 25 years old and be regularly enrolled in a university, or have a maximum of six months of graduation. It is possible to work for up to one year and the study time will depend on the level of English.
Brazilians can work in Spain
The most Latin of European countries enchants for the scenarios that refer to the medieval ages and incredible natural landscapes. In addition to having good levels of Spanish, to study and work in Spain, you must attend at least six months in a full-time institution.
The student must leave Brazil with a student visa and, upon arriving in Spain, request the NIE Card, a document that allows the search for a job. When finding a job offer, it is necessary to enter the Social Security Number to formalize the contract.
Brazilians can work in Argentina
As part of Mercosur, being able to work in Argentina is a less bureaucratic process than on the other side of the Atlantic. In addition to being able to learn the Spanish language, an international experience in Argentina provides tours of historic sites for the country and Latin America, incredible natural landscapes and, depending on the time of year, even a day in the snow.
Brazilians can work in Chile
As in Argentina, the presence of Brazilians in the Chilean labor market is very frequent. A country of extreme geography, it has landscapes of glaciers, deserts, beaches and mountains, in addition to having the best HDI (Human Development Index) in Latin America.
Brazilians can work in Germany
In Germany, the country of castles that seem to have come out of fairy tales, beer and strudels, the immigrant can legally work after completing an undergraduate or graduate degree at a German educational institution.
Some exchange agencies such as World Study, provide programs to enter undergraduate or postgraduate courses in the cities of Hamburg, Frankfurt, Munich and the capital, Berlin.
Brazilians can work in Japan
If you love oriental culture, an experience abroad can be an interesting way to experience this universe up close. Going to the other side of the world, Japan has one of the best education systems in the world and also one of the most vibrant economies. With a student visa for a language course in Japan, it is possible to get part-time jobs, for up to 28 hours a week.
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