As degrees are becoming more commonplace, employers are having to be more discerning when reading through stacks of CVs. One eye-catching way to appeal is to have spent time abroad while studying. But that is far from the only way that studying overseas will help your career.
"Global Intern" competition will take you for a three-month internship abroad to different Education First language company offices and other sites around the world. Join the contest, submitting a creative video with your CV by April 11 and start an international internship while traveling.
If study abroad is an experience that enhances your resume by itself, imagine what you would achieve by including an internship in your program: turning theory into practice. Check here how an internship abroad can dictate a successful career.