Durham University's international graduates progress on to rewarding and prestigious careers both in the UK and overseas. The University was recently ranked 23 globally for employer reputation in the 2013 QS World University League Rankings. To see some examples of previous international graduates and what they went on to do please visit our international student blog.
International Students can access all of the services that we offer at the Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre. This includes individual careers advice, support with CVs and application forms and searching for part-time employment (Student Employment Service). If you would like to find out more about the individual support that we can provide and how to book an appointment online, please refer to the Individual appointments section of this website.
Please be aware that our staff are unable to give detailed information or advice on Visa issues. If you have queries relating to Visa's or any aspect of immigration, please speak to the Student Immigration Office
Within the information room of the Careers Centre there is an extensive collection of information on careers, employers and job opportunities both in the UK and internationally. If you are not sure how to access help from the Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre then please contact us or visit us in person and speak to a member of the information team who will be happy to advise you on the range of services that we offer to students.
This section contains resources specific to international students but please also refer to other sections of the student pages of this website to access information that is relevant to all students at Durham University.
Information in this section:
- Part time and vacation work
- Working in the UK after your studies
- Returning to work in your home country
- Durham International Buddies
- International students - how the Careers Centre can help (PDF) (last modified: 23 August 2013)
- International Students: AGCAS Publication (last modified: 3 October 2012)
Irrespective of your nationality you may be considering employment in a country other than your own. Refer to the 'Working outside the UK' section of this website to start your research!