Many students seek to complement their course of study by participating in internships abroad.
Upon graduation, some students choose to pursue employment opportunities abroad. These resources are designed to provide you with information about internship, study, work, and travel abroad.
Uniworld: American Firms Operating in Foreign Countries or Foreign Firms Operating in the United States. Access: Horn Library Electronic Resources or CCD Website. These directories allow you to identify and download lists of American companies that have subsidiaries in foreign countries and foreign companies that have subsidiaries in the U.S.
Eurograduate Live: Features advice and links for postgraduate and career options as well as market reports for select industries, including banking and finance, engineering, life sciences, retail, and travel, and tourism. Search for jobs by industry, occupation, or country.
Transitions Abroad: Provides detailed information about work abroad, study abroad, travel abroad, and living abroad. You can search for internship and jobs abroad by region or by industry.
AIESEC: Provides an international platform for young people to discover and develop their potential to have a positive impact in society. AIESEC runs an exchange program that offers the opportunity to live and work in a foreign country.
Boston University International Programs: BU welcomes all college students who wish to participate in their internship and study abroad programs.
CDS International: A non-profit organization committed to the advancement of international practical training opportunities for young professionals, students, educators, as well as labor, business and government representatives.
Consortium for International Education: This Web site features a comprehensive list of resources for internships abroad and study abroad programs.
Global Gateway (powered by monster.com)
International Cooperative Education: Provides students and recent graduates with opportunities to gain practical work experience abroad.