Shepper:
the flexible, part-time work app for students

Complete simple checks in your local area and start earning using just your smartphone.

Shepper for Students

If you’re looking for extra money as a student, a part-time job is often the first thing you consider. However, you may be worried that working 20 to 30 hours a week might eat into your studying time.

That’s the beauty of Shepper. You can fit the jobs you do around your life, not the other way round. Whether you have ten spare minutes before lectures or you’re walking into town to meet friends, you can plan around your free time.

How it works

Step 1: Download the Shepper app.
Download the Shepper app on iOS or Android. Click here to download.

Step 2: Sign up and verify your email.
Complete the short sign-up process and select Unite Students from the dropdown menu and enter UNITE-SHEP invite code to be in with a chance of winning £500!

Step 3: Browse jobs in your area.
Search the map and browse jobs in your local area to see what’s around you. You can also check out Anywhere Jobs and Treasure Hunts.

Step 4: Complete the training job.
When you’re ready to accept a job, follow the process to complete a 2-minute induction so you know what to expect when completing a job.

Step 5: Complete jobs and get paid instantly.
Start and complete the jobs you accept within the given timeframe to get paid instantly!

Step 6: Withdraw your earnings and enjoy!
Withdraw your earnings at any time, or watch your balance build in your Shepper wallet.

Types of jobs

Location Jobs

These jobs involve going to a specific location to carry out a set of tasks e.g. answering a set of questions regarding stock merchandising, taking a picture of a display unit and answering some questions, or conducting a mystery shop on behalf of a brand.

Anywhere Jobs

Unlike Location Jobs, these jobs do not require you to go anywhere, you can complete them wherever you are e.g. giving feedback on a brand’s customer service through their website while following the instructions on the app.

Treasure Hunt

Cash in on your daily experiences. These jobs require you to find and spot assets as and when you see them e.g. spotting and taking a picture of a certain advertisement on a bus or noticing there’s no wheelchair access in a certain venue.

“I use Shepper to take breaks from my work and academics, it’s nice and interesting to walk around and get paid for that.

Students are always lacking in money so it helps in that way, and it helps to socialise and talk to new people; being an international student it [Shepper] helps me go and explore new places and new restaurants.”

Madhumita, 21