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International Recruitment – Overseas Jobs and Courses

Our international recruitment services offer information and advice for graduates thinking about getting a job overseas. Working abroad can be an excellent way to broaden your horizons and gain valuable experience in your chosen career. However, overseas work is not for everyone, and approaching an international recruitment agency is not something to be taken lightly.

Graduate Prospects can give you the information you need to make an informed choice about where and how you want to work overseas, including:

  • Detailed profiles of over 50 countries,
  • Information on volunteer work overseas,
  • Teaching English as a foreign language,
  • Overseas recruitment organisations,
  • Finding a suitable job vacancy overseas, and
  • Contact information for international recruitment.

Finding a Vacancy Overseas

Finding a vacancy overseas can be difficult. No matter where you want to work overseas, it’s vital to have a thorough understanding of the job market in that country so you can market yourself successfully to companies looking for overseas recruitment.

Fortunately, our Overseas Recruitment section is packed full of useful contact information which will put you directly in touch with organisations who can help you. From international recruitment agencies to national employment services and local newspapers that advertise jobs overseas, our Overseas Recruitment section has all the information you need to begin your job hunt and find your perfect vacancy overseas.

Overseas Work: Country Profiles

If you’re thinking about working overseas, the first thing you need to do is to find out as much as you can about your chosen country. In our Overseas Work: Country Profile section you’ll find in-depth information on over fifty countries, including;

  • General info,
  • Job market,
  • Advice abroad,
  • Application procedures,
  • Vacancy sources,
  • Language requirements,
  • Work experience,
  • Postgrad study,
  • Visa and immigration, and
  • Contacts and resources.

Once you’re armed with this knowledge you’ll be far better placed to find a job vacancy overseas in your chosen country and take your career in a whole new direction.

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