Working Holiday Visa
Jobs Abroad On A Working Holiday Visa
A working holiday visa is exactly what it sounds like: part work, part holiday.
Babylangues welcomes many people from different backgrounds into its community and offers the type of part-time position and cultural immersion that is ideal for people on a working-holiday visa.
Our job allows you to get to know the life of a French family by being a companion to children in their daily life and to teach them English or another language through fun activities and games, all based on linguistic techniques that make language learning as natural as possible.
Our jobs that range from 5 to 25 hours per week allow you to be grounded and to have a support-system and a regular income that makes you feel at home in France.
At the same time, our part-time positions offer you the ideal flexibility to explore and discover France.
We hope to welcome you into the community soon!
How Do I Get A Working Holiday Visa For France?
You can obtain a working holiday visa if you are between 18 and 30 years old (35 if you are Canadian).
The visa allows you to work and stay in France for up to a year. The idea behind the visa is that it gives young people the chance to visit France, explore the culture and travel whilst making some
money through working in France.
The visa basically authorises you to work whilst being a tourist for up to 12 month. The visa cannot be renewed (there is an exception if you are Canadian – apparently Canada makes its own rules).
If you are a holder of a working holiday visa, you don’t have to face the bureaucratic hassle that many are hit with upon their arrival in France. You can, for example, spend the entire year in France
without having to request a residency permit (you might want to request if for other reasons, such as
You also don’t need to obtain a permit to work. Exceptions for this rule apply if you’re from Russia or New Zealand – if this is the case, consult the website we have linked below.
There is an official website for visas in France where you can apply for your visa and find out exactly what you need. You will also find information on how to prepare your stay in France.
Who Is Eligible To Apply For A Working Holiday Visa?
The working holiday visa can be requested by nationals of those countries who have a bilateral agreement in place (meaning that French nationals can obtain a working holiday visa for those countries too).
These countries are:
- South Korea
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
How Can You Get A Working-holiday Visa?
In order to get your working-holiday visa, you should start by getting information from your consulate in your country of residence.
Each country has specific conditions and requirements, so it is best to check the official website from the French embassy in your country to find out what exactly you need.
You will need to submit a request for a long-stay visa.
Generally, the requirements you need to fulfil to obtain your working holiday visa are:
- you’re between 18 and 30 years old from a partner country, with the exception of citizens travelling from Argentina, Australia, and Canada, who must be between 18 and 35 years old on the date of submitting the request
- you have not taken part in the working-holiday programme before
- you are not travelling with a dependent child
- you have a return ticket
- you have enough money to support yourself during the length of your stay (specific amounts for each country are specified on the French embassy website)
Work in France
Babylangues part-time positions are great for English speakers because they do not require any French. We accept all levels of French, whether you are a complete beginner or almost fluent.
At the same time, we want to help our community get access to the francophone community and to feel immersed in French culture rather than simply feeling like a visitor. That is why we offer Free French classes every Saturday to all of our instructors in France. There are different classes for different levels to help give everyone the chance to improve and integrate.
Working Holiday Jobs in Paris, France
Paris is a popular destination for many people on a working-holiday visa, and understandably so.
Who doesn’t dream of drinking a glass of French wine in a bistro by the Seine with the Eiffel Tower sparkling in the background?
However, France has so many different locations that each have their own beauty – its important to find out what is a good fit for you!
That is why Babylangues offers part-time position in over 17 cities across France.
Check out each city and their history and culture down below – we are sure you will find the perfect fit for you:
Aix, Angers, Bordeaux, Dijon, Grenoble, La Rochelle, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Nantes, Nice, Paris, Poitiers, Rennes, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Tours.
How To Get Working Holiday Jobs in France With Babylangues
The process to become a Babylangues Instructor, if you possess a valid working-holiday visa, is incredible simple.
If you want to get an idea of what jobs are currently available, click below.