Work Study Program

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AUB provides its students with an opportunity to work in its different faculties and departments through the Work Study Program (WSP). Student selection and employment are subject to preset rules and regulations and students are paid based on a fixed scale depending on the work type they perform. Employment through the WSP is a continuous process throughout the semester.

Note for Students

To be considered for employment for the Summer Term 2020 all students are expected to fill in and submit the SWS application. Then, students have to be registered in courses as well in order to be able to apply.  The Summer 2020 Student Work Study Application will be active through AUBsis  from the 22nd of May till the 7th of June, 2020 inclusive.

Note for Departments

As of Monday the 1st of June, 2020, departments can start requesting new students through placing an Oracle request. Meanwhile, for continuing students, the departments can start placing the related requests as of Friday the 29th of May 2020 (WSP Team will check their eligibility and status) in order to proceed accordingly.​

Kindly find below the Manuals/Guides related to requesting and paying WSP students:
 

Student Work Study Application Form for Summer 2020 will be processed through banner (AUBsis).

 
Kindly, it is crucial to follow the WSP User Guide for all the needed details related to placing the request and requesting students.​​​​



For more information about WSP,check the below Rules and Regulations:​

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