- if you are visiting the country you aim to work in, prior to graduation, make speculative applications prior to your visit. It may be possible to organise interviews while you are there
- use online newspapers to source vacancies such as Online newspapers and The Paperboy
- overseas government run jobcentres
- professional journals from your country of choice
- make the most of careers events, fairs and university student groups to develop contacts
- websites of overseas universities: for job fairs abroad
- make use of family and friends in your country of choice. They may be able to source vacancies and offer specific advice
- the University's Alumni Connect can help you identify former Sheffield Hallam University students in your region or industry
- professional networking sites such as LinkedIn are an excellent way to network, enabling connections with alumni of Sheffield Hallam and people and companies in the industry and location you would like to be based
- the British Council provides support for returning graduates in a number of countries. They organise a range of activities including employability workshops and recruitment fairs.
- join or maintain membership of the professional body associated with your area of work
Many of the larger job search and graduate career sites have international vacancies - check out the suggested links for more ideas.