Explore your job options



International career

Companies are increasingly looking for candidates with international experience. ​​​​


Working abroad

As a BI student you have access to Going Global, which is a portal with internships, job postings and job search tips for working abroad. Here you will find information on job hunting in different countries. Note that you must be logged in as a BI student to enter this link.

Another option is to apply directly to international companies. If you are thinking about a career overseas you can find useful information, and available positions in Europe here NAV EURES.

If you are interested in a career in either UK, Poland, France, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Slovenia or Spain - this will be a good place to start: IRUN LINKTIPS

Jobs in UN, European Union and NGOs

Vacancies from more than 1000 international organizations is gathered in this site. Covering all UN organizations, International Financial Institutions, European Union and the most influential Intergovernmental and Non-Governmental organizations.

International companies in Norway

One alternative is to apply to companies in Norway who offer the opportunity to work at one of their overseas branches. You will find this opportunity in both small and large companies. In addition, international companies in Norway will be interested in candidates who welcome mobility.  


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Prepare well

When you go to another country, check how long your residence permit will last. It is important for you to prepare well, so you can make the best possible use of your time. You should preferably get in touch with potential employers and make meeting appointments before you leave home. Bring your CV in the national language as well as translated documents. When you apply for a job in a country that is not your own, you need to study the job seeking norms in that country. This applies to e.g. the design and content of your CV and application, and how interview processes are conducted.   

Cultural differences

Cultural differences become very obvious during a job search, and your first task will be to crack the cultural codes where you want to work. How much should you “brag” about your background, how long should the application letter be, how candid should you be? Although it might be challenging to search for jobs overseas, it is definitely worth the effort!


Last Modified: 12/03/2018 10:46