International Student Success: From a recruiter’s perspective
Watch this video and hear from Jessica Schinaman about researching which companies hire international students for internships and full-time positions, so you can make the best choice!
International Student Success: Advice from a fellow Kelley student:
Hear from Jason Gu about his journey moving to Columbus, Indiana and how he's made the most out of his time in Kelley! Watch this video to hear about how he has connected to other international students and employers by utilizing his confidence.
Helping navigate the international hiring process.
Whether you are an employer or international student, the Immigration Bridge Program®, launched by the Kelley School of Business, will help you navigate the complex H-1B visa process—so recruiters can make excellent international hires, and international students can excel in great jobs.
Immigration Bridge is a proactive partnership between Kelley, the IU Office of International Services, and a top immigration law firm, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP, to assist international students and recruiters with immigration matters related to employer sponsorship.
While this program does not guarantee a visa sponsorship, visa, or employment, it does improve the situation for international students being recruited both on and off campus.
Job Search for International Students
International students searching for an opportunity outside of their home country must be able to adapt to the new culture and adopt a different career search strategy. Additional considerations for students are included in our Kelley Career Guide.
https://kelley.iu.edu/include/flipbook/UCSOCareerServicesGuide2015/#23/z (chapter 7 of the career guide)
Curricular Practical Training (CPT)
This document will describe the steps necessary to complete the CPT application process for temporary (internship) work experience in the United States for international students.
Considering graduate school? Answer these 5 questions first!
Deciding to seek one or more graduate degrees is a major commitment of time and money; a decision not to take lightly. You will face several years of intense work and research — a much more demanding course load than in your undergraduate program. Before deciding your next step, you should take the time to honestly answer these five questions.