Make your life easier when studying abroad
Realizing the dream of going abroad to study abroad in addition to improving the knowledge, this is also the opportunity for international students to improve themselves, access to modern civilization, diverse culture in the host country.
In order to create the foundation for this new life, students and families need to understand all the information they need and equip them well.
How do you make the most out of time abroad and connect to international networks for job opportunities after graduation? Take a look at some of the following pocket tips to have the experience for yourself!
1. Confirm the brand yourself
No matter where you are in the world, developing yourself is very important for successful connections and finding employment opportunities. You need to show people how professional you are through the CV you send to your employer profile.
What you need to do is "market yourself", share what you have with professionals, influencers in your field, express yourself and start conversations.
Refer to the typical example below: "You are writing a post for [Medium, Linkedin, industry blog] related to the industry you are interested in. Want to quote a quote from Ms. Industry, one of the celebrities in the industry. So, you contact her on Twitter (use Twitter account in your work) and ask about the quote in your post [via email, ReplyAll.me, Skype]. Impressed with the work you do with your ideas, Ms. Industry is ready to talk to you. "
Think about what happens in the story. Not only do you get a positive response by directly quoting the words of the influential people, you are more likely to impress the person more than expressing yourself through a CV.
Lastly, when your post is posted to Linkedin, they are ready to advertise it in a certain network. And that's how you can start developing yourself with a professional network.
2. Meet potential employers directly at your destination
Actually the country you want to work after completing your studies gives you great employment opportunities. To make sure you do not waste time, choose the industry and type of company you want to work with. This will help narrow down your search so that you can further explore the companies you care about.
After identifying those companies, read through the blog as well as through the media to get a feel for what the company does, how they approach the industry and their role in it.
Remember that information is power, and this is especially true when connecting and exploring employment opportunities. Once you know the specific companies that you are interested in, it's time to focus on your options, specifically to reach out to the company's employees (foreigners).
You can find out about the job, ask about the life of a foreigner or any specialized questions. People will often please help, but you have to be specific about what you want to help from them.
3. Continuing to maintain and connect the international network
When you have the experience of studying abroad, which means having a connection and meeting with different people in your country of study, it is important to keep in touch with them.
Not everyone has a favorite job. The more relationships you have, the more opportunities you have for finding a job. And if you have the opportunity to work abroad later, you will reap all the professional benefits that the country offers.
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