Teach English abroad

Apply to work as a British Council English Language Assistant! If you’re a L2languages student or graduate it’s a chance to immerse yourself in another language and culture, gain work experience, strengthen yout CV and be paid.

Placements last six or 12 months and you can work in Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain and Switzerland (subject to availability/eligibility). However posts in China are only open to graduates. Apply by 12 February 2018.

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Work abroad?

Interested in studying abroad, finding an international internship or searching for a newredcarwithluggage

job here or around the world? Get answers to your internship and job search questions.  Get a realistic understanding of work permit and visa requirements, as well as financial considerations and other prime factors critical to your success in a new location.

  • Learn how to identify US employers seeking to hire international professionals through H-1B visa petitions – and how to connect this information to current job opportunities.
  • Learn how to connect your degree with hiring opportunities by identifying key employers and industry contacts for informational interviews and study abroad networking.

Find out at a webinar how to get the best out of GoinGlobal.   Register…

You can find GoinGlobal on the PDC website.

Study/work abroad while at uni?

what_when_where_red_dice_800_2609Check out Erasmus+ for study exchanges, work placements, and volunteer opportunities in 32 countries across Europe. Read more about the programme on the British Council website.

You can check out how the process works at Brunel and possible opportunities here.  But you should look into available opportunities as soon as possible.

Find out more about Eurograduate

Eurograduate is a website featuring graduate careers and job opportunities across Europe. So have a look at it if you’re interested in working in another European country.

Search for jobs by industry, occupation, degree/diploma and country.  For each European country there is general advice about working there, with a sample CV for each country.

You can search courses across Europe looking at research programmes or taught courses.

Also you can sign up to get a newsletter by email with all the latest jobs, career news and articles. So take a look: http://www.eurograduate.com