Working globally resources

Global opportunities: Work, study and graduate placements abroad – useful websites

FutureHub – NTU's students and graduates vacancy database. Besides UK vacancies and events, FutureHub features work and study opportunities across the world.

Find out about working abroad on (the AGCAS Country Guide series). These country guides explore the job market, applying for jobs, vacancy tips and sources, getting work experience, visa basics and living in each country.

Find out about studying abroad on (AGCAS guides). Country-by-country overviews of the higher education system, what courses you can study, how to apply for postgraduate courses, fees and scholarships, exchange programmes, whether the qualifications will be recognised in the UK, and visa requirements.

Prospects working abroad – what to consider, the options explained, vacancy sources, country guides, and advice on immigration and applications.

GoinGlobal has links to vacancy websites in over 50 countries, and profiles the graduate labour market and how to make applications.

For international students (and UK graduates):
AGCAS 'Starting your career in....' series – specifically written for international students who have studied in the UK and who are looking to return to a range of countries in Africa, Asia, North and South America, Australasia, and Russia. Included are economic overviews, routes to employment, and vacancy sources. The guides are equally useful for any graduate considering a career in a particular country.

Gradlink is a website specifically aimed at returning graduates to India, China and Malaysia, SE Asia, and Bangladesh.

European opportunities:

EURES – the EC's jobs portal, with advice and job listings for European countries plus specific information for graduates.

Erasmus at NTU – find out more about the Erasmus programme and finding a work placement in another European country.

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If you are an international student, you can then access:

  • specific employability help from our specialist careers consultant
  • tailored employability events for you as an international student
  • advice from NTU's Student Services about working in the UK during and after your studies.