If you are planning to work overseas, there are plenty of websites to help you:
The graduate recruitment period can start at different times in the year. Be aware of seasonal differences when applying for work in different countries.
Some countries advertise graduate positions through a central directory:
Get help in organising an internship through a program or make your own arrangements. Be aware that you may have to pay for arrangements made on your behalf.
Consider taking a gap year between graduating and starting a full-time job. You can do this by living and working overseas while travelling. For more information, see working holidays.
Broaden your network by joining an association linked with your industry. This will give you industry information and contacts to help your job search.
Look at industry and career journals for job advertisements and tips.
Review resume samples and tips from other countries:
Research whether salary negotiation is a common practice in your destination country. These websites have advice on how to negotiate a salary.