I have a question i want to ask at this time. If i have a study permit visa for Russia can I work and study same time in Russia, like work part time and study full time for the number of credit hours allotted? I speak English as a Nigerian, would I have opportunity of working as someone from an English speaking Nation?
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Unless you’re employed at a university, you need a permit to work. https://studyinrussia.ru/en/life-in-russia/arriving-in-russia/job-for-students/ The permit will state what type of work you’re allowed to do and where.