The Office for Student Affairs can inform you whether you can have a job as a student, which conditions apply to foreign students, and about the consequences of your employment (social security, family allowance, taxes).
- Do you want a job off-campus? Then check the JOS database. Most jobs require a very high level of Dutch. Only a very limited amount of job offers is available in other languages. The job offers are not translated into English.
- Do you want to work on campus? Find all information! A lot of job opportunities require the knowledge of Dutch! These job offers are not sent to international students.
- Who can work as a working student and who can't? All the information you need in one place.
- Which social security contribution will be deducted from the wages of Belgian and foreign working students? 475 hours with a solidarity contribution.
- Are you entitled to a family allowance as a working student? The number of hours you work is important.
- Does student employment have consequences for your/your parents' taxes? Your income from employment is the determining factor.