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Freelancing websites for international students

posted on: October 29, 2022

Studying abroad is one of a kind. There are a lot of new things that you will learn and see while your study abroad journey. But in terms of expenses, study abroad is much more expensive then your regular university in your native country. to support so many expenses international students are bound to work part-time jobs. Finding a part-time job is not as easy as it sounds, especially in countries which have stricter norms regarding the same. It is also not assured that working part time may cover all your expenses. In situations like these working as a freelancer in the field that you are pursuing can get you some extra money. Some freelancing websites that international students can look out for are-

  • Upwork

This online platform allows international students to apply for a freelancing job irrespective of their field. They are something for everyone here so you might as well get a chance to work for a client that pays you well. Students who are skilled in particular fields may also get hired for bigger projects with specialisations.

  • Fiverr

This is one of the most popular freelancing websites where international students can work part time to cater to digital websites and clients. You can find a part-time job for yourself in various fields like content creation and video production to app design, digital freelancers. You can create a profile for yourself by listing all the challenges that you have so that the recruiter can analyse them properly and hire you.

  • Designhill

This website especially for web designers and creative people who can design the logo, whole website and other catalogue design services to clients. Hi are different services such as logo designing,such as packaging and labelling, illustration and art and even social media.

  • AngelList Talent

This is a slightly different freelancing website than the others. It connects freelancers with start-ups in particular who are looking for employees to work for their organisation. Like most of the freelancing websites, students will have to build a profile on the website in order to be recruited.

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