Simmi says that while she studied diversity issues in the classroom, she is continuing that cultural education at work.
If you’re looking for a career that’s full of excitement, the travel industry may be a great, unexpected, place to look.
Christine Han dreams of travelling around the world to organize the Olympic Games or World Cup.
SFU grad Lauren Fee didn’t study in Australia for the same reasons most students do – she did it for love!
McMaster University grad Anupa Simon spent her third year of university in Japan.
McGill MA grad Emily Jansons, a 2012 IDRC Research Award Recipient, shares her experience in Ottawa and Delhi, India.
After travelling to El Salvador, Ryerson student Mandie Johnston returned with her view of the world forever altered.
When you are standing in a room filled with big names and half a dozen reporters from other news organizations, you almost stop feeling like an intern.
It’s expensive to work abroad – we need money for vaccinations, visas, health insurance, airfare, accommodations, food, local transportation and more.
How to gain overseas work experience that will help you hatch your career in international development.
I am used to walking into a room and greeting people with a simple “hey” or “what’s up?” – but once you fly over the Atlantic it is another story.
Most EF employees have the opportunity to travel on educational or training tours once a year, but some travel much more than that.