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Note: This guide is no longer updated. Please see the International Job Search Guide linked below.
Global Road Warrior is a comprehensive business travel, telecommunications, and business culture reference that features over 175 different countries. It provides information such business culture, being a businesswoman, essential terms to know, and much much more!
Fantastic site with provides a lot of in-depth information on a variety of aspects of life in Australia. Whether you know a little or a lot about the culture, chances are you can learn or use something from this site.
Job Searcher is an Australian job search engine. In one simple search, Job Searcher gives job seekers access to more than 500,000 jobs sourced from thousands of company recruitment pages and job board sites, saving the trouble of having to visit each site individually.
The best website to find job and internship listings from the nonprofit world. Check out their jobs, internships, and volunteer positions in Australia. However, be aware that listings may be posted by placement programs.
Dun & Bradstreet Million Dollar Directory (MDDI) is a fantastic database that allows you to compile lists of companies based on many different criteria including industry, country, region or city. You can export your results to Excel so you can save your company lists and their contact information.
Use this electronic company directory to create lists of American Firms Operating in Foreign Countires and Foreign Firms Operating in the U.S. It’s easy to use and searchable by country, industry and much more!
Keywords: company, international
Remember to look on the websites of local colleges and universities as well!
This site has it all! Whether you’re looking for a roommate, student housing, student homes, or even your own “flat,” this site helps you find the accommodation you’re looking for in the area of your choice.
If you are looking for your own apartment away from the college crowd, check out Sublet.com’s Australia site which lists available apartments at a variety of prices and locations. It also lists “trusted” rentals so you know you are dealing with a trusted source.
To access this website, go to DrexelOne. Then click on the Coop and Career Services Tab. Once on that page you will see a link to Going Global in the box for Career Services.
Going Global provides country-specific and American city-specific career and employment information, Country and City Career Guides, H1B Visa information, employer information, internship and job listings within the United States and around the world. Also included are other resources that will help you in a co-op or job search.
AISEC is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting cultural understanding and international cooperation, and offers hundreds of management, technical, education, and development internships abroad. You must join AISEC before you can apply for the internship program.
Australian Internships offers international internships from 6 weeks to 6 months in a ton of different industries and majors. It takes them 4 months to negotiate an internship and process your visa so make sure to start early!
IAESTE offers paid internships in over 30 countries in technical fields such as engineering, computer science, mathematics, natural/physical sciences, architecture, and agricultural science, for a program fee. Application deadline is December 1st.