Hotel Programme - Paid Work Experience
British Home Office Ministry has relaxed some of the
rules regarding the initial rigorous selection criteria
for paid Work Experience in the UK. This brings the
rules for non-EU students more in line with the rules
for European students and passport holders.
students must have a qualification equivalent to that of
NVQ level 3 or 2 GCSE 'A Levels'. For non-EU students,
this is usually equivalent to their High School Diploma.
students must still be currently studying at university,
their field of study is no longer restricted to
just tourism/hospitality subjects. Therefore, students
preparing ANY SUBJECT at University can be
who have completed their courses may take up employment
UK under the Training and Work Experience Scheme (TWES).
The TWES is a special arrangement within the work permit
scheme that allows people to do work based training for
a professional or specialist qualification, a graduate
training programme or to undertake work experience.