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Starting Your Career In - Country Guides for International Students

This series offers practical advice to international students who have chosen to return to their home country to look for work. Each country guide includes key facts about current trends and jobs, advice about seeking employment, hints and tips for making a successful application, and helpful information sources.

There are profiles for Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and the USA.

The series was produced with funding from the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the devolved administrations under the Prime Minister’s Initiative for International Education (PMI2).

Author(s): Expertise in Labour Mobility

Other Publishers: i-graduate, NASES, Education UK

Production date: 2010

How to obtain: The country guides are available to download below. They are also available from the NASES website (AGCAS members may link to this page from their own websites to provide students with direct access to the guides).

Communities: Internationalisation

Audiences: Careers practitioners , Students and graduates - all

Format: Web


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