Pangu Network

international Talents

Expatriate entrepreneurs and professionals

You are a citizen of the world, globalised yet connected to your country of origin, you speak several languages and have solid professional experience acquired overseas. You are perfectly integrated into your new home country and still have a strong sense of belonging to your native country or culture.

Pangu Network is looking for professionals such as yourself that have strong professional or entrepreneurial experience overseas and who wish to share their experience and join a community for the advancement of French business globally. Join us by subscribing for free to Pangu Nework and please don't hesitate to contact us. We will be able to put you in touch with companies based in France that are looking for your skills and knowledge.  

 

International students

You are a student in France or overseas and you wish to offer your services to a French company who may need your skills, knowledge of your country or culture or your presence in the field to help them with international development. Create your profile for free so companies can find you and get in touch with you easily.

 

Working while studying in France:

For students from outside the European Union (EU) and outside the European Economic Area (EEA)

A long term student ("étudiant" type) visa  and a temporary student ("étudiant" type) residency card allows you to work in France within an annual quota of 964 hours (or 60% of a standard full-time job), except for Algerian citizens who are limited to 50% of the standard annual working time and who require a temporary work permit on top of their temporary student residency permit.

For students from within the EU or EEA

A European or Swiss student may freely engage in paid employment while studying in France. There is however an exception for Bulgarian, Romanian or Croatian students. A student from the EEA or from Switzerland does not need a work permit to be able to work in France. Paid employment should be a secondary occupation and in complement to their studies, within the normal annual working time of 964 hours.