Earn while you learn

job opportunities
for you

‘Earn While You Learn’ is an Employment Scheme developed by the Career Office specifically for students working at the University.

During your studies, you have the opportunity to work part-time on campus, in a variety of roles that suit your academic schedule, for example: administration support, technical support, peer to peer support, university events support, reception, library and many more.

If you are a registered undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral student you are eligible to work part time and get a deduction on your university fees.

You can apply to work on campus in a variety of roles that fit your academic schedule.

There are three periods of employment:

October – January
February – June
June – September

Current available positions

Sports Office Assistant – Limassol Campus

Events Assistant

Journalist - Sports reporter

Reception - Nicosia campus

Assistant at the Robotics Academy 

Visual and Audio media officer

Peer Tutors

You can find the application form here, fill it in and send it to careersoffice@frederick.ac.cy.

For more information contact the Career Office: careersoffice@frederick.ac.cy


There are many reasons why you should choose to work on campus:

Funding your studies
Working on campus enables you to fund your studies and lower your university fees. The compensation for the hours you will be working will be deducted from your tuition fees.

Engage with Frederick Community and Build Your Network
Working on campus enables you to build a network with professionals in your field, improve your communication skills by interacting with other students and University staff and be an active part of the Frederick community.

Gain Real-World Career Preparation & Experience
Working part time is an excellent way of gaining valuable experience that could help you stand out from the crowd when you start applying to jobs.

Become well-rounded individuals and develop your employability skills
Working on campus will help you develop employability skills vital for your future employers such as communication, teamwork, problem solving or organisational skills. Furthermore, it is your opportunity to demonstrate your work ethic, motivation, resourcefulness and initiative - all of which are highly desirable by recruiters and employers.
If you are a registered undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral student, enrolled in courses at Frederick University and have not graduated or been deleted both at the time of application and during the period of employment, you have the right to participate in this scheme.

Working hours: The maximum working time during academic semesters is 20 hours/week. During the holidays the maximum working time is 40 hours/week. The working hours will vary according to the needs of the University and may include evening hours and weekends, without exceeding the maximum number of working hours and without conflicting your class schedule.