All students have a right to work while studying in France. Non-EU students must have a student resident permit though.
French law allows foreign students to work up to 964 hours per year, or the equivalent of 60% of the maximum working hours permitted. (50% for Algerian students whose status remains defined by the Franco-Algerian Agreement of December 27, 1968).
However, it is also very important to be able to balance studies and work since the CYBERUS programme is full time and highly demanding.