Internationalize Your Life
Check out the other international opportunities that are available to you after graduation! We've listed ways to study, work and volunteer abroad after graduation. Use the links below to begin exploring your world!
The University of Michigan International Center website is a very informative research tool. If you plan to study, work or volunteer abroad begin your search here!
Study Abroad (Again)
If graduate school is in your post-Loyola plan, consider attending an overseas graduate program! Obtaining your degree from an overseas university is a great opportunity to build on your international experience, gain a new perspective, and receive your desired degree!
Federal financial aid often applies to overseas universities. Be sure to explore this option when researching graduate schools.
The Fulbright Program is the largest U.S. international exchange program offering opportunities for students, scholars and professionals to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching and teaching in elementary and secondary schools worldwide.
GradSchools.com is an online resource that allows you to research international graduate programs by subject and location
Visit Loyola's Career Development Center to learn about GoingGlobal. Going Global is an online resource that helps students explore career opportunities around the globe. Learn about jobs and industries in various countries and discover the steps to pursue international career options.
Work Abroad.com is a comprehensive online resource for people seeking jobs overseas
Teach English Abroad
There are numerous agencies that coordinate volunteer programs throughout the world.
Below we have listed a few options but be sure to visit www.volunteerabroad.com to learn more.
Jesuit Volunteer Corps offers volunteer opportunities in the United States and seven countries abroad. The JVC aims to serve essential services through grassroots organizations in the US and abroad.
The Peace Corps offers two-year volunteer opportunities in several host countries worldwide. Volunteers are given a living stipend and forgiven for a percentage of federal student loans.
Work in International Education
If you'd like to continue your international experience by helping make study abroad a reality for others, consider a job in international education! Visit the NAFSA website to view a world-wide list of available jobs in international education.