Resources

Your University


Students on campus

If you’re keen to find out more information about presenting your international experiences in a professional manner there are great resources within your university. It is useful to head to your university’s web site and search for ‘Career Services’. You will find there is support to help you get the most out of your international experience as to:

  • clarify important career issues
  • assist you with your career decisions
  • provide many services to support you to build your career

Most universities offer debriefing sessions and workshops for students who international to help manage your return home and to explore the professional benefits of the experience. The important thing to remember is that you don’t need to do it alone. Most universities have careers advisors to help students ┬áprepare for an interview.

Check out the support available from careers advisors at your university to make sure you articulate the skills you developed overseas on your CV.

Bringing the Learning Home Project

If you are keen to explore additional information, Bringing the Learning Home (BLTH) resources are available. There is a Professionalisation Module that covers information about how to communicate your international experiences in the context of jobs, careers and further opportunities. If you visit the BLTH Learning Resources page you can access:

  • Instructor’s Notes
  • Student Handbook
  • Slides
  • Prezi
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