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Irrespective of what stage you are at in your studies if you are having doubts about remaining on your current course we encourage you to speak to a Careers Adviser who will help you reach a decision about what to do.
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There are many opportunities to study or work abroad, even if you can't speak languages other than English. Find out where across the world you can go, what your options are, what visa and work permits you'll need.
To find out what career options are open and that match your interests and skills try the following links
We can give you practical help, advice and information on job hunting, making job applications and going for interviews. We can also advise you about the opportunities available for work and postgraduate study in the UK and overseas.
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Global work opportunities for Teesside University students - for free!
Teesside University International Business School is a EFMD Global Network member. The membership gives our students access to the Global Talent Portal offering business related opportunities (Internships, Trainee Positions and Graduate Jobs) which will interest both UK and International students. The portal is accessible to Teesside University staff, students and alumni.
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The Careers and Employability team helps all students and graduates with career planning, job seeking and applications. For example:
The team comprises Careers Advisers, TU Recruitment Consultants and Volunteering.
Each School has named Careers Advisers and Recruiters. The Volun-tees team works across the University.
Students and recent graduates can come to a drop-in, book an appointment or email their enquiry.
The team also works closely with staff in academic schools to run workshops in the curriculum. They have many employer contacts who they bring on campus, details of which can be found at the top of this website.