There’s a wide variety of reasons why people would want to go abroad to study – to develop a stronger command of the English language, attend a potentially better quality course (and a correspondingly better degree) and the chance to make international contacts during your time at university that may be of use later down the line in your career. The main reason why many people choose to study abroad, however, is to open up job opportunities in some of the most prosperous countries in the world. Some destinations enjoy a better quality of life, and if you’re not lucky enough to be born in such a place, then one of the ways to relocate is through a successful career. It’s not rocket science – though that would certainly be one degree that would help.
This article is designed to help anyone hoping to get a job when they’ve finished their degree in one of the ‘big four’ countries – Canada, the UK, the USA, and Australia ,Europe ,UAE, or so on .Each have their own rules as far as foreign graduates being able to work are concerned, and have varying degrees of strictness. We’ll go over the rules for each in detail – have a read and see what you can find out. Remember, though – for all of these you are expected to study for a graduate degree from a university in one of these countries first; if you don’t, then this article won’t be much help to you.