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Vacancies and the UvA Job Board

Last modified on 13-02-2024 15:35
There are a number of places you can look for jobs, part-time jobs and internships.Go to the UvA Job Board
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UvA Job Board 

Entry-level positions, internships and study-related, part-time jobs are all posted on the UvA Job BoardExternal link on a daily basis. The website is also useful for exploring academic jobs. This job platform is reserved solely for UvA students and recent graduates (the latter can access the UvA Job Board for two years after they graduate).

Jobs at the UvA

Vacancies for jobs at the UvA can be found on vacatures.uva.nlExternal link.

StudiJob 

StudijobExternal link is a student employment agency in Amsterdam. It matches students with vacancies for study-related, part-time jobs and entry-level positions, in higher education and elsewhere. 

Personal Teacher's Assistant

The personal teacher’s assistant project (PAL) gives you the opportunity to work as an assistant to a teacher in a secondary school. You can do this as a part-time job next to your studies. Dutch language skills are required.

Sustainable organisations

The UvA Student Careers Centre has composed a list of sustainable organisations. If you are interested, you can send them an email at studentcareerscentre@uva.nlExternal link

Rules and regulations for international students

If you want to work in the Netherlands during of after your studies and you're an international student - especially a student from outside the EU/EEA - there are some rules and regulations to take into account. Read more about working and doing an internships in the Netherlands at www.uva.nl/workExternal link.