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Career Relevance

Linking International Experiences to Future Career

Undergraduate international experiences can inform your future career. Consider your career plans when choosing a learning abroad program. Which program will help you develop knowledge or experience related to your future?

The Impact of Study Abroad on Employability

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Student Experience

Connor studied and interned in Sydney, Australia. He documented his thoughts before, during, and after from preparation for living and working abroad to how to incorporate the professional experience when looking for a job in the US.




Program Options Can Support Career Goals


Program Activities Can Support Career Goals


Market Your International Experience

Learn to market your international experience for employers and graduate schools by identifying skills learned abroad and articulating your experience on resumes and in interviews.

Link Your Experience Abroad to Your Career

Impact of Study Abroad on Career Development

"Getting the Most of Your Experience Abroad through Career and Curriculum Integration"

Connect with Your Career Counselor

Take advantage of the many career exploration opportunities, events, and resources available to you early and often throughout your college career.

Jump Start Your International Education Career

Apply to work or intern at the Learning Abroad Center.

Additional Resources

GoinGlobal provides country-specific career and employment information including Country Career Guides, corporate profiles and general career resources for over 30 countries. 

GoldPASS is the University of Minnesota’s professional job, internship, and volunteer database for all schools except for the Carlson School of Management.  The Carlson School of Management uses The Edge