The Careers Service, faculties and School of Management are running a week of events for UK and international students considering a career outside of the UK from Monday 17 to Friday 21 February.

Whether you are interested in working and studying abroad in a new country, or are an international students returning home. This is an excellent week for anyone curious about going abroad, covering what employers are looking for, what skills are important and how to search for opportunities.

There will be a range of lunchtime events on offer including an alumni talk covering careers in Singapore, Dubai and working in the UN, a guest speaker, David Gee (UWE), talking about how to succeed in the global job market and a webinar for those who are interested in postgraduate study in the US. There will also be additional employer webinars and further skills development sessions.

For the full programme of events, and to book your place search International Careers Week in the events tab on MyFuture. Go to MyFuture

Acting Careers Service Lead Ghislaine Dell said

With globalisation increasingly important in the current graduate labour market, it is vital that we enable our students to access opportunities further afield than simply the UK. This week of specially curated events shows students what it is like to work internationally in a variety of countries, organisations and career stages. As well as that, we offer some advice and tools for students to successfully navigate their international career path. Whether you are an international student looking to return home, or any student looking to work in a country other than their home country, we hope you will find something for you in this exciting week!

Further support

Outside of this week of events the Careers Service is always here to support you if you are considering working outside the UK. We can help you with your job search strategy, applications and anything else career planning related. Find out more about how the Careers Service can support you.

Please note that we are unable to give visa advice. For any visa queries please contact Student Immigration. Go to the Student Immigration homepage..