Exit Menu

Europe

Use the Europe wide resources together with the specific country links.

Careers Consultants or your Placement Internship Adviser are happy to talk things through with you once you've done some initial research. They can review your CV and help you prepare for interviews. It's easy to make an appointment. They may also be able to suggest other resources that you could investigate.

Europe wide

  • BBC country profiles Overview of countries including key links
  • Europa.eu The official website of the European Union (EU). It’s a good starting point if you’re looking for information and services provided by the EU; it also covers living, working, travelling in the EU including opportunities with EU member countries
  • European Health Insurance Care (EHIC) Access state-provided healthcare during a temporary stay in a European Economic Area (EEA) country or Switzerland. Entitlement to an EHIC is based on insurability under EU law, and not on a person's nationality
  • Global Graduates Study abroad opportunities, work placements, volunteering, languages during and after your degree
  • GoinGlobal Country career guides with job postings and internship listings, employer directory. Industry and employment trends, visa information, networking resources, resumé and interview advice, and volunteering/not for profit organisations. [Login with your network username and password.]
  • Go International Information on studying, working or volunteering abroad as part of a UK university education   
  • GOV.UK 'What is the UK doing in…' Travel advice including entry requirements, health, money, local laws and customs
  • GOV.UK Living in country guides
 Job search
  • British Council Study, Work, Create Opportunities for UK students, recent graduates, and young professionals to study, work, volunteer, research or develop their creativity
  • Careers International Organise invitation-only recruitment summits and online events for finalists and graduates with global companies. Registration allows you to search and apply for jobs
  • EURES European job mobility portal that gives information on living and working in Europe, job opportunities, skills and careers, and links for graduate job search
  • EuroBrussels Job seekers in European affairs in Brussels and EU institutions
  • Eurojobs Job search by location, keyword and job category
  • Graduate Jobs in Europe Employer league tables (as voted by students) and economic data by country
  • Graduateland Jobs, internships and graduate programmes
  • Jobbydoo Job vacancies from career sites, job boards and recruitment agencies
  • Jobs.ac.uk Search for jobs in academic, science, research and administrative employment
  • JobOnline Full-time, part-time, graduate and internship vacancies
  • Prospects Country profiles and general information on working abroad
  • Qreer Technical job board with jobs and internships in engineering, science and technology
  • TARGETjobs Working abroad gives useful sources of information on working and living abroad in specific countries including language requirements, where you can work, job hunting tips, application methods and visa basics
  • Tyba Opportunities with startups and growth companies. Searchable by location, category, type and language
Internships/Work experience 

Some of the sites listed in the Job Search section will include internship opportunities. 

  • AIESEC  Internships and volunteering opportunities
  • Erasmus+ Work abroad for 2-12 months as part of your undergraduate or postgraduate degree. Graduates are also eligible for one year after graduation
  • Erasmus+ at Brunel Find out about opportunities through the University
  • Erasmus Intern.org Set up a profile, search and apply for internships
  • Globalplacement.com Search for internships by location and type
  • iAgora Internships and graduate jobs
  • iHipo Internships, jobs and graduate programs
  • InternJobs.com Search by location and keywords
  • Praxis Internships and projects in companies and educational institutions
  • IAESTE The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience Paid 6-52 week industry placements for undergraduate students studying a science, engineering, technology or applied arts degree
Social media 

Use global sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook as well as country specific sites to find jobs and company information. 

Newspapers 
Trade directories 

Study in Europe

  • Erasmus+ Study in in a partner institution of the University for 3-12 months as part of your degree (except during during L1).  
  • Prospects Master's and doctoral programmes, fees and funding, applications, visas, exchanges and placements
  • Study Work Create (Part of the British Council) Offers opportunities for UK students, recent graduates, and young professionals to go abroad to study, work, or to develop their creativity. 
  • TARGETpostgrad Information on qualification names, language requirements, exchange programme options, fees and international scholarships, how to apply for postgraduate study abroad, and study visa basics
  • TopUniversities Regional guide Study in Europe: Country guides

 

Russian Federation

Alumni networks 
Job search 
  • GoinGlobal Country career guides with job postings and internship listings, employer directory. Industry and employment trends, visa information, networking resources, resumé and interview advice, and volunteering/not for profit [Login with your network username and password.]
  • Starting your career in - Country Guides for International Students: Russia  (2010) Gives key facts about current trends and jobs, advice about seeking employment, hints and tips for making a successful application, and information sources
  • TARGETjobs (AGCAS) Covers the job market, applying for jobs, vacancy sources, getting work experience, visa information, and living in the country 
International/local companies 
Engineering/Design 
Finance/Management 
Health/Food 
IT/Telecommunications 
Law 
Oil/Gas 
Vacancy websites 
Newspapers 
Trade directories 
 Study 
  • TARGETpostgrad Information on qualification names, language requirements, exchange programme options, fees and international scholarships, how to apply for postgraduate study abroad, and study visa basics