Working internationally

Working in a country other than your home country can be an exciting and challenging opportunity. The resources highlighted below will give you the information you need to get started on your international career path.

For a good introduction, have a look at the 'Looking for work internationally' section of our Finding a graduate job guide. This covers things like location, language, work permissions and job search.

For more detail on specific countries, look at the AGCAS country profiles, as well as our Information resources for working & studying internationally.

Graduate jobs in China

For Chinese students looking to find work when they return home, we have a Job hunting in China for Chinese students helpsheet.

Working in international development

See Information resources for occupational research - the Charity and development work section includes resources for international development.

About conventions de stage

If you are thinking about working in certain European countries you may need a convention de stage. Find out more on our page about conventions de stage.