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Aly Blech

Aly Blech

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American

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PR & Strategic Communication and Media Studies BA

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Alyson Blech recently graduated with degrees in Public Relations and Media Studies, along with minors in Journalism and Art History from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. Alyson has lived in Iowa her entire life, but decided to cross the pond to gain internship experience in London, England. In her spare time she obsesses over dogs, pizza and zumba.

Working While Studying in New Zealand

Working While Studying in New Zealand

As an international student, in some cases you’ll be able to undertake part-time work whilst you study abroad in New Zealand. Many students use this work allowance to offset some of their living costs, or complete certain types of work experience in their field. Either way, your income will not be enough for you to support yourself whilst you study, so you’ll need sufficient funds to last the duration of your study programme. It’s important you’re clear on the

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Working and interning abroad: Know your rights

Working and interning abroad: Know your rights

Rights to a wage An intern’s rights depend on their employment status. If an intern is classed as a worker, then they’re normally due the National Minimum Wage in that country. Internships are sometimes referred to as ‘work placements’ or ‘work experience’. These terms have no legal status on their own though. The rights they have depend on the employment status and whether they’re classed as a worker, volunteer or an employee. If an intern does regular

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