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Posted January 29, 2015 by

4 Quick Ways to Secure Your Career with a Foreign Degree

Study Abroad student looking at Reflecting Pool in the Alhambra Palace

Study abroad student looking at Reflecting Pool in the Alhambra Palace. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

In today’s modern world lots of students are interested to study in a foreign country for a secure future. But it is not an easy thing to study in a new country without perfect planning. When a student plans to move abroad, it is important for him to check out some important factors. If you’re also planning to move to a new country for a prosperous future, then you’re at the right place. Check out the advice shared below to figure out things that need to be done before moving abroad. (more…)

Posted December 10, 2014 by

Advice for Graduates Seeking Opportunities Overseas

Ready to success. Four college graduates standing in a row and smiling

Ready for success. Four college graduates standing in a row and smiling. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Finishing university sends people in a variety of different directions. Some people miss the academic setting they are leaving, but others yearn to begin their working lives. Fortunately, options for both types of people have increased dramatically as the world has become more connected. For some students, pursuing work or additional training abroad can lead to exciting opportunities that they might not have access to in their home countries. Before jumping on a plane, though, graduates should consider a few important issues. (more…)

Posted April 25, 2013 by

8 Job Hunting Tips For Computer Science Students From Lending Club CTO

John MacIlwaine

John MacIlwaine, CTO of Lending Club

Spring break is over, and now it’s time for this year’s graduating seniors to get serious about job hunting. Lending Club CTO John MacIlwaine, who’s spent decades in finance and technology companies including Morgan Stanley and Visa, has some recommendations for computer science students looking for their first engineering jobs this summer.

Here are some of John’s tips for landing a great entry-level job: (more…)