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    I would say London is the best place to go. It's very expensive but it's a huge city and probably has more job opportunities for you. What type of job are you looking for? If you just want a fun, student job so you can earn some money while you learn English - I don't think it's that hard to do.

    Take a look at Gumtree, Monster.co.uk, and Reed.co.uk and start applying for some jobs. Maybe you can figure it out before you even get here. Good luck! over 8 years ago

    Answered by via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Do you have a visa to enter the UK? Without that, you wont be able to come into the country.

    If you dont have the right papers to work, then the kind of job you can expect to get would be very casual and probably unskilled, therefore, not much money. Fruit picking, labouring etc. Depending on the time of year you will be in the UK will also determine the jobs that are available.

    Big cities would be better for casual work - working in a large hotel as a cleaner, waiter in a restaurant etc.

    With regards to English - all councils offer english courses to residents - some offer them free of charge, and some require a payment. You could also enrol on a summer school type thing - loads of these done throughout the UK - but there is a fee involved.

    One of the best ways to learn a new language is with classes but also by mixing with and therefore speaking to locals. over 8 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I havent got preference to choose work, I going to watch these pages to see what I find but I don't care to work as I can keep me and learn English.
    And sam, I'm Spanish, so do not need visas as EU citizens can work anywhere in the EU without special visas. Thanks over 8 years ago

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