Yes! To be eligible for the J-1 Summer Work and Travel visa you must be a full-time, degree-level student registered at a UK university for the full academic year of 2014-2015. Your course must be of at least 2 years in length if you are an undergraduate and 1 year if you are a postgraduate student.
If you are currently a final year student, this is your last chance to take advantage of this unique opportunity.
There is no similar, flexible working visa available to non-students. Getting a visa for the USA is very difficult when you are no longer a student so don’t miss out!
Possibly. Students of all nationalities can apply providing they are a full-time, degree level student registered at either a UK university. Your course must be of at least 2 years in length.
If you are not from a US Visa Waiver country then you must have a job pre-arranged before you apply to BUNAC's Work America programme.
Yes! You must be at least 18 to be able to apply for the visa. There is no upper age limit
No. To be eligible for the J-1 Summer Work and Travel visa you must be a current full-time, degree-level student registered at a UK university.
But don’t worry! We have plenty of other fantastic opportunities for you to have a great summer. View more of BUNAC's non-student programme options.
Unfortunately not. To be eligible for the work America programme, you must be a full-time student for the academic year of 2014-2015, to go to the States in Summer 2015. If you are heading to uni in September 2015, you can apply for our Summer 2016 programme.
But don’t worry! We have plenty of other fantastic work and volunteer abroad opportunities for you!
No. The US Embassy do not accept independent applications for the J-1 Summer Work and Travel visa. Don't miss out on this exclusive opportunity!