Congratulations on your decision to pursue an international co-op! This is a two part application process. By clicking “Apply Now” you will create an International Co-op Application which will be reviewed by an International Co-op team member. If your application meets the preliminary requirements, you will be prompted to schedule a consultation meeting. After this consultation meeting is complete, if your application is approved, you will begin Part 2 of the application process where you will be able to apply to specific programs.
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Academic Year below always refers to the start of each academic year. Fall is the first term in an academic year and it always starts in September of every year. Please refer to the start and end date listed below for appropriate application term. If you do not see the date range applicable to you, please contact the International Co-op Team. Click here for more co-op terms details.
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** Applicants will be notified of acceptance into this program and will be required to complete additional materials to register the co-op placement.
Create Your Own International Co-op
You can work anywhere! Take the opportunity to create your own international co-op experience utilizing the resources provided by the Steinbright Career Development Center.
Already have a job abroad? Click here to apply for approval to participate in the international co-op program
JOB SEARCH RESOURCES
Country Research- Decide where you want to work
The CIA World Factbook
A great resource to find basic information on countries around the world.
Choose from a number of countries in Europe for information on how the application process might work. There is also country-specific information about application letters and resumes/CVs.
Country profiles with information on job resources, top companies, resumes/CVs, cultural advice, and more.
Going Global Career Guides
Country-specific information about job search resources, employment trends, work permits and visas, application guidelines, and cultural advice.
International Visitors Council
A great place to meet and network with the rising stars in a variety of industries throughout the world.
The Riley Guide’s Non-US Job Search
Offers international job search and other resources.
International CVs/Resumes - Be prepared to adapt
- How to change your resume for international applications
- How to conduct an international job search (by country)
International Job Listings- Start the search
iHipo: International Careers
Search for international jobs and internships.
Idealist.org (from Action Without Borders)
Search for internships with nonprofit and community organizations around the world. Click on the "Advanced searches" link at the top of the page to find the internship postings.
Riley Guide: International Job Opportunities
This guide provides links to online international job search resources by country or region.
Directory of internship opportunities abroad. Search by country and/or type of internship.
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This site provides information on paid and volunteer work abroad, living abroad, study abroad and cultural travel overseas.
Work Placement Programs – Explore your options
AIESEC is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting cultural understanding and international cooperation, and offers management, technical, education, and development internships abroad. You must join AISEC before you can apply for the internship program.
Casa de Espanol Xelaju
CEX's Project La Pedrera offers students and non-students a variety of internship and volunteer work opportunities with an underserved, indigenous community in Guatamala.
Cultural Vistas provides U.S. students the opportunity to gain a work experience abroad.
- DAAD The Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD, or the German Academic Exchange Service in English), offers a variety of internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate student looking to do an internship in Germany .
International Cooperative Education
ICE places students on paid international summer internships.
U.S. Department of State
Offers unpaid student internships, some of which are located abroad in US embassies.
Company Directories – Be specific
Use this business directory site to search for companies in Europe by business sector, products & services or theme.
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!
In addition to these electronic resources, many books on international job searching are available on the Drexel Career Library website: www.library.drexel.edu/careers