A temporary work permit allows companies to hire national or
expatriate students, registered or non-registered in the ministry’s
database, to work on projects with completion periods not exceeding
Part Time Work Permit
A part-time work permit allows companies to hire national or
expatriate students to work for fewer hours in a job than their
counterparts, for a period not exceeding one year.
Juvenile Work Permit
A juvenile work permit allows companies to employ national or
expatriate students between 15 and 18 years for a period not exceeding
All students under the age of 18 require a written consent from a
guardian to apply for work permits.
Students can get the same benefits and advantages as those in regular
employment in the same position.
Companies are not allowed to make the students work for more than six
hours a day and not more than four consecutive hours a day. They
should get one or more hours of resting breaks to eat or pray.