Like many students, you may need to look for a student job in order to meet your daily expenses.
The youth information centers in Brittany have put together a practical guide (and the CMI had it translated) to help you find a job during your studies in France: how to write your resume and cover letter? Which sectors are recruiting? Where to find job offers?
Read the guide :
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The CMI reminds you that your student residence permit authorizes you to work on a secondary basis, up to a limit of 964 hours per year, depending on the dates of your residence permit.
Your work activity must not in any way interfere with the proper conduct of your studies.
Visit the InfoJeunes Bretagne website : crij.bzh