In what country you can Study math and work as software developer?

And it is easy and possible by the law and you can afford costs so...


I want to get BS, I have over ten  year of experience..

Update 2:

part time job 

2 Answers

  • 1 month ago

    Student visas are temporary NON-immigration visas issued on the condition that foreign students return to their country of citizenship immediately upon completion or termination of full-time studies. You must return home & will only work there. So what's the market for people with bachelor's degrees in software engineering, etc, in your country? 

    If a university accepts you as a foreign student, you must prove you (& your parents) have sufficient funds for all school + living expenses + return transportation to your country to apply for the student visa. Prove you are returning home, too, as "intent to remain" when applying for temporary visa is visa FRAUD, grounds for visa denial, or revocation with deportation, and permanent bar to entry. 

    Furthermore, employment trends already growing over the past couple of decades have exploded this past year due to covid. Expect huge increases in remote working, and major declines in temporary employment visas (which have been becoming more & more competitive anyway). Especially if you work in the computer field, you'll work in your own country, at local pay rates, even if you luck out & get hired by some major multinational. They no longer need to shell out massive amounts of time & money to get top talent in the field.

  • 1 month ago

    To get a student visa in any country, you'll first have to prove you have sufficient funds to cover the full cost of living and studying there.

    While many countries permit some work on a student visa, you won't cover your costs in this manner. Many cap the hours you can work at 20 per week (if that)

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