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Careers with an International Focus: Learning About International Careers

UWM Courses

International Career Books

See below for a selection of international career books at the UWM Libraries

To learn how to search for more books on this topic, please refer to the library's online guide for the International Studies 260: International Careers course.

View a list of books available at the UWM Center for International Education, including titles such as:

Career Research: U.S. Government and Other Websites

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Busting Some Myths about International Careers:
What Makes a Career International?

What are some of the preconceived notions about international careers? Does your international career have to begin when you go abroad? Is knowing a foreign language sufficient to obtain a placement abroad? Learn how you can start your international career now!

Online Self-Exploration Tools & Career Assessments

Access online self-exploration tools & career assessments from the UWM Career Planning and Resource Center.

Links to additional assessment tools are available at:

TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages)

Interested in teaching English to speakers of other languages, abroad or in the US? Wondering how to research opportunities and prepare for the experience? 

Presentations and documents from the Careers Across the Map: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages panel discussion held at UWM in April 2014:

International Studies/Global Studies: Graduate Schools & Funding