Contact Information
  • Librarian: Chanitra Bishop
  • Location: Herman B Wells Library W121
  • Phone: (812) 855-8386
Additional Contacts
    • Librarian: Emily Okada
    • Location: Herman B Wells Library W121
    • Phone: (812) 855-1643
last updated: 4/26/2010

Go Abroad

Living abroad is a great way to enrich your college experience. Below are just a few of the guides, directories, and other resources available online or in the Career Reference Collection.

Career Reference Collection

Find a Copy in the Library:
Choose a featured book from the Worldcat list below. Enter your zipcode if one doesn't appear. Select the "Indiana University" library link, which will take you to the book's IUCAT record (IUCAT is the library's online catalog).

Online Resources

To simultaneously search the websites listed below, Search the Go Abroad Page with the search box at the bottom of the page.

Basic facts on Study Abroad in the 21st Century
This site published by the Institute of International Education will help you define your goals, examine choices, and make a plan for studying abroad.

Four month to one year work exchange programs in Australia, Britain, Canada and New Zealand for U.S. college students and recent graduates. New Zealand program is open to all Americans 18-30.

Electronic Embassy
Find the addreess and web page of a country's embassy in the U.S. and get the most up-to-date visa requirements for tourism, business, and study.
Articles on business etiquette by country. Includes dress, gift giving and acceptable topics of polite conversation.

Fulbright Fellowship
Apply for a Fulbright Fellowship in the country of your choice and learn about past projects.

International Student Exchange Program
Membership organization of 230 higher education institutions in the United States and 33 other countries that are committed to international exchange.

JobWeb Global Career Development
Includes links to articles on preparing a global resume or CV, essential skills for international jobs, and resume and interview tips for jobs abroad.

The European Information Portal includes country-specific information for moving, working, or studying abroad in the European Union. The Service page includes various guides on doctors visits, opening bank accounts, renting and more.

Preparing Yourself for a Job Overseas
This article from the Black Collegian discusses the career advantages of an international work as an undergraduate and offers tips on making the most of the experience.

Semester at Sea
Can't decide on just one country? Visit them all, from a shipboard classroom that focuses on crisis issues of global concern. Sponsored by the Institute for Shipboard Education.
Search study abroad programs by: Academic Year/Semester, Summer, Language, Subject, Intern Abroad/Volunteer, Intersession, ESL, TEFL Certificate, Summer Law, and Business, or use our Destination Portals to find country specific information.

Transitions Abroad
Web portal for work, study, travel, and living abroad resources.

last updated: 4/26/2010