WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 2021
How to spend the craziest year of your life in the best city in Europe.
Learn how you can live and work in Hungary at the best party tourism company in Budapest! All you need is an Australian or NZ passport! Come party with us!
Want to escape the travel bans and work in the city with the best nightlife in Europe? You can apply for a Working Holiday visa in Hungary and have the experience of a lifetime working for a professional party company in Budapest!
Being part of the PartyBookers Budapest team means you’ll have the opportunity to work a variety of different jobs like guiding pub crawls, running boat parties, pouring drinks in bars and doing check-ins at hostels. Our team consists of party-loving professionals from all over the world, which means there’s no Hungarian language knowledge required. Located in central Europe, Budapest is also the perfect spot for someone who’s keen on seeing more of Europe - spending your days off exploring the surrounding countries and going on day trips to other famous European cities is not only cheap and easy, but takes only a few hours of travel time from the capital of Hungary.
For Australian and New Zealand citizens among others, the application process for a Hungarian work permit is quite straightforward. Here are some important details:
The working holiday visa is valid for up to 12 months
You need to be at least 18 years old but have not turned 31 at the time of application for a visa
Having a valid passport is required
It must be your first time taking part in Hungary's ‘Work and Holiday' programme
The application process fee is 60EUR (at the time of writing this article)
For more information on the application process and procedural requirements and fees, there is a very lengthy and detailed summary HERE
Sounds like the perfect opportunity for you? Feel free to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on the application process and available positions or read more here.
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