Work Abroad

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Work Abroad

Are you unsure about entering the corporate world right now?
Are you interested in learning about different cultures?
Do you like to be independent?
Would you like to develop new skills?

If you answered yes to these questions than working abroad may be a great option for you.
There are many different programs and services to help students study or work overseas. It is important to investigate as many as possible before making a decision.
When applying to study, exchange, internship or work programs, be informed about:
  • Application process
  • Costs, fees associated with program, financial support options
  • Documents required
  • Housing
  • Language
  • Visas, study permits, etc. 


Need Information?
For information about studying abroad go to Further Education.
For a wide range of information and resources about studying or working abroad visit International Services at Brock


Check out these online resources:


International Information
Verge Magazine (access code: BROC09)


Canada Information


USA Information


Employment and Study Abroad Databases

International Development and Volunteer Programs

Returning Home from being Abroad

Not only is it difficult to adjust to a new country, it can also be difficult to return back to home life. To help you with your transition home, check out the Study Abroad Re-entry Toolkit.


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