Study Abroad Makes Students More Employable
Job applicants with international experience will stand out for many reasons, including the following:
Numerous studies confirm the value that employers place upon applicants who have international experience. But what employers are specifically looking for are candidates who have articulated the lessons that were learned and the intercultural and interpersonal skills that were strengthened as a result of studying abroad
- Today’s global marketplace demands increased adaptability, cross-cultural sensitivity, political awareness, and intellectual flexibility
- Globalization’s impact on workers and the workplace has leaped across national borders and transcends cultures
- Employers, especially those doing business internationally, are interested in whether or not a job applicant demonstrates they have developed the requisite skills and sensitivity that make them stand out as the strongest candidate for a particular job
Learn More at a Study Abroad 101 Information session!
Tue. 9/12 @ 12:30 pm - What Can Study Abroad do for YOU?
Wed. 9/20 @ 12:00 pm - Scholarships
Tue. 9/26 @ 3:30pm - Study Abroad and YOUR Academics
Thu. 10/5 @ 12:30pm - Study Abroad and YOUR Career
Wed. 10/11 @ 3:30pm - Study Abroad on YOUR Budget
Tue. 10/17 @ 12:30pm - Study Abroad as YOUR SPE
Fri. 10/27 @ 12:00pm- Summer and Intern Abroad Opportunities
Student Studying Abroad
Study Abroad was the most meaningful component of my time at Maryville. I learned so much about myself and the world that I know I will keep with me for the rest of my life. I will also always cherish the many memories and friends made along the way.
American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, Spring 2016
Carter went to India on a J-term program and studied for a semester in the United Arab Emirates. Upon his return to Maryville College, he became a Study Abroad Ambassadors co-chair in 2016-2017.