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European Country Information

Many students and graduates choose to work in Europe during their studies or after graduation. Information on the job market and applying for jobs can be found on the following websites:

The European Commission Job Mobility Portal
Graduate Jobs in Europe
Entrypark (has specific books and sites for Business and STEM students)
Eurograduate - The European Graduate Career Guide 
Careers with the European Union - Sample Tests and Training
Europe-internship.com                                                                                                                                                          Europe Language Jobs

One of the benefits about undertaking a work placement in Europe is that you may be eligible for Erasmus+ funding as long as your work experience is 60 days or longer. 

Below you will find information for the main destinations in Europe; if your preferred destination is not listed, please have a look at this pdf containing more Country information .

Employment overview

 

Graduates: You’ll need a sound knowledge of German to work in Austria, where recent growth areas include IT, electronics and electrical engineering.

 

Current Students: You can undertake a placement in Austria as a Modern Language student studying German, non-ML students would also be able to apply for internship and placements in Austria. Use the information below on major companies and industries to start narrowing your search. Remember that you can apply speculatively for applications as well. 

 Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Austria for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Austria working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

 

Major industries: manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles, real estate, commerce and service industries, construction, healthcare, tourism (especially winter sports), communications.

 

Major companies: Spar Österreich, Rewe International AG, Trenkwalder International AG, Österreichische Bundesbahnen (ÖBB), Voestalpine AG, Wienerberger, OMV, Red Bull GmbH, Swarovski, Telekom Austria.

 

Country Guides 

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs Working in Austria

Going Global Guide to Austria

Gov.UK Living Country Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide


Job search sites & resources:

CV and application advice

 

For more information about finding work in Austria, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: International organisations such as the EU and NATO are among the large employers in Belgium offering good opportunities for overseas jobseekers.

Current Students: Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Belgium for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Belgium working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

Be aware that you would not be eligible for Erasmus+ funding if you were working directly for the European Commission or other EU organisations due to the risk of double funding. 

 

Major industries: engineering and metal products, motor vehicle assembly, transportation equipment, scientific instruments, processed food and beverages, chemicals, basic metals, textiles, glass, petroleum.

Major companies: Anheuser-Busch InBev (brewing company), KBC Group (banking and insurance), Ageas (insurance), Solvay (chemicals), Dexia (banking), Belgacom (telecommunications), Banque Nationale de Belgique (banking), Delhaize Group (food retail), Colruyt (food retail), Umicore (materials technology). International organisations such the European Union (EU) and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) are also large employers.

Country Guides to Belgium:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Living Country Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

European Commission Job Mobility Portal

Monster

Euro Brussels

Glass Door

 

CV and application advice

 

For more information about finding work in Belgium, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: There is an increasing need for foreign labour in a large number of industries in Denmark. Your chances of finding graduate employment may be increased if you are a skilled worker and have some knowledge of Danish, although because English is widely spoken this is not essential. Many companies may be looking for individuals with postgraduate degrees or for interns that are currently studying towards a postgraduate degree so always check the job-description. 

Current Students: Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Denmark for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Denmark working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

Be aware that you would not be eligible for Erasmus+ funding if you were working directly for the European Commission or other EU organisations due to the risk of double funding. 

 

Major industries: Metals, pharmaceuticals, furniture and wood production, food processing, shipbuilding, chemicals, machinery and transportation equipment, textiles and clothing.

Major companies: Maersk (transportation), Danske Bank, TDC (telecom services), Novo Nordisk (pharmaceuticals), Carlsberg, Jyske Bank, Danisco (food), H. Lundbeck (pharmaceuticals), Lego, ALK-Abelló (pharmaceuticals), Sydbank, TORM (shipping), FLSmidth & Co (construction and engineering).

 

Country Guides to Denmark:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Living Country Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

European Commission Job Mobility Portal

Jobs in Copenhagen

Jobnet

Job Index

Graduate Land

 

CV and application advice

 

For more information about finding work in Denmark, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: Finland is now becoming more open to employing foreign individuals. UK graduates who have healthcare and social work skills and qualifications have a good chance of finding work in Finland, along with those with experience in engineering, IT or electronics. The ability to speak Finnish is often essential so do make sure your language levels are high enough for the job you are interested in.

Current Students:

Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Finland for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Finland working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

 Be aware that you would not be eligible for Erasmus+ funding if you were working directly for the European Commission or other EU organisations due to the risk of double funding. 

 

Major industries: electronics, metal, wood and paper industries, agriculture and forestry, engineering and manufacturing, chemicals.

Major companies: Kesko (retail), Pöyry (global consulting and engineering), Neste Oil, Nokia, Outokumpu (stainless steel), Sampo (insurance), S Group (retail), Finnair (aviation), Stora Enso (forest industry), L'Oréal (cosmetic), UPM-Kymmene (forest industry).

Country Guides to Finland:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Country Living Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

European Commission Job Mobility Portal

Eurojobs.com - online jobs portal for European vacancies

Monster

Tyopaikat Oikotie

Tyopaikat 

 

CV and application advice for Finland

 

For more information about finding work in Finland, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

Employment overview

Graduates: UK graduates are most likely to find work with multinational or major national employers in France. Other opportunities include language teaching.

Current Students:

Current and previous students have worked for wine companies, law firms, schools (as language assistants), tourism operators, translation agencies, yacht firms and for other Universities.  Use the information below on major companies and industries to start narrowing your search. Remember that you can apply speculatively for applications as well. 

Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in France for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in France working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

 

Major industries: aerospace, automotive, pharmaceuticals, industrial machinery, food and drink, tourism. 

Major companies: AXA Group, BNP Paribas, Carrefour Group, Crédit Agricole, EDF, GDF SUEZ, L'Oréal Group, Orange, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Renault Group, Saint-Gobain, Sanofi, Société Générale, Vivendi.

Country Guides to France:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Country Living Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

European Commission Job Mobility Portal

Pole Emploi

L'Etudiant

Apec

Sourcea

Erasmus Intern

Eurojobs.com - online jobs portal for European vacancies

Europe Internship

Glass Door

Boost Your French (some fees apply)

 

CV and application advice for France

 

For more information about finding work in France, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

 

 

Employment Overview 

Graduates: Your chances of graduate-level work in Germany will be much stronger if you have undertaken an internship in the country and have a good command of German. Graduates who have recognised vocational qualifications or degrees in applied sciences and engineering generally can succeed of securing employment.

Current Students :

Use the information below on major companies and industries to start narrowing your search. Remember that you can apply speculatively for applications as well. 

Current and previous students have worked in cultural institutes, tourism operators, for major IT companies, schools and medical research companies. 

Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Germany for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in France working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

 

Major industries: chemicals, engineering, electronics, IT, machinery, coal, vehicles, machine tools, food and beverages, shipbuilding, textiles.

Major companies: Adidas, Aldi, Allianz, BASF, Bayer, BMW, Bosch, Daimler, Deutsche Bank, E.ON, Lidl, Merck KGaA, SAP, Siemens, Volkswagen Group.

Country Guides to Germany:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Country Living Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

CV and application advice for Germany:

 

For more information about finding work in Germany, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: Greece was hit hard by the global financial crisis and therefore a knowledge and awareness of this country's economic state is vital. While there may be some opportunities for UK graduates, a good knowledge of the Greek language is essential.

Current Students: Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Greece for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Greece working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

Be aware that you would not be eligible for Erasmus+ funding if you were working directly for the European Commission or other EU organisations due to the risk of double funding.

 

Major industries: tourism, food and tobacco processing, textiles, chemicals, tobacco processing, metal products, mining, petroleum. 

Major companies: Hellenic Petroleum, ANT1 Group, Hellenic Telecommunications Organisation (OTE), Intracom, Vodafone Greece, ANEK Lines, National Bank of Greece, Alpha Bank, Attica Group.

 

 Country Guides to Greece:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Gov.UK Living Country Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

CV and application advice for Greece
and also Jobsite

For more information about finding work in Greece, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: There is a need for workers with specialist skills. In recent years, Hungary has attracted a large number of international companies, which offer opportunities for graduates. Teaching English is another possibility if you are suitably qualified.

Current Students: Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Hungary for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Hungary working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

Be aware that you would not be eligible for Erasmus+ funding if you were working directly for the European Commission or other EU organisations due to the risk of double funding. 

Major industries: mining, metallurgy, textiles, chemicals (pharmaceuticals in particular), construction, processed foods, motor vehicle manufacturing, agriculture.

Major companies: SPAR, Tesco, Unilever and Vodafone all have operations in Hungary. Other key international employers include Deutsche Bank, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, KPMG, Motorola, Philips Electronics, Shell, T-Mobile and Deutschland GmbH.

 

Country Guides to Hungary:

AGCAS country guide

Gov.UK Living Country Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

 

Job search sites & resources:

 

For more information about finding work in Hungary, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: There is intense competition from other graduates for jobs, but Ireland offers opportunities in areas ranging from digital media to pharmaceuticals and food and drink.

There are some big companies in Ireland such as Google and Facebook who have actively targeted Exeter students.

Current Students: Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Ireland for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Ireland working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

Major industries: pharmaceuticals and chemicals, food and drink including brewing, medical devices, computer software and hardware, and digital media.

Major companies: Eaton (power management), Accenture (computer services), Covidien (medical equipment), XL Group (insurance), Seagate Technology (computer storage), Ingersoll-Rand (conglomerates), CRH (construction materials), Allied Irish Banks, Actavis (pharmaceuticals), Bank of Ireland.

 Country Guides to Ireland:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Living Country Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

CV and application advice for Ireland
and also Jobsite

For more information about finding work in Ireland, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: 

There are opportunities in tourism, green technology, food and drink and mechanical engineering.For jobs other than English teaching, and possibly IT, a good knowledge of Italian is essential. Making use of any personal contacts you have and networking will also greatly improve your chances.

Current Students:

Current and previous students have worked for top fashion houses, as teaching assistants  and for other Universities.  Use the information below on major companies and industries to start narrowing your search. Remember that you can apply speculatively for applications as well. 

Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Italy for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Italy working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

Country Guides to Italy

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Living Country Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites and resources

Major industries: tourism, machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, iron and steel, food processing, textiles, fashion, clothing and footwear, ceramics, wine.

Major companies: Enel (power), Eni (integrated energy company), Fiat, Finmeccanica (aerospace and defence), Generali Group (insurance), Intesa Sanpaolo (banking), Luxottica Group (eyewear), Pirelli, Telecom Italia, UniCredit Group (banking).

LinkedIn Profiles 

For more information about finding work in Italy, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 


Employment overview

Graduates: There is a shortage of skilled workers in Norway, particularly in the retail, construction and healthcare industries. UK graduates who have some knowledge of the Norwegian language are more likely to be successful in their search for employment. Speculative applications are common and often welcomed by businesses.

Current Students: Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Norway for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Norway working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

 

Major industries: petroleum and gas, fishing, shipbuilding, metals, chemicals, mining, wood pulp and paper, food processing.

Major companies: Statoil (oil and gas), Norsk Hydro (aluminium and energy), Telenor (telecommunications), Aker (holding company), Orkla (industrial conglomerate), Total E&P Norge, ExxonMobil, Yara International (chemicals), Esso.

 

 Country Guides to Norway:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Living Country Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

 

Job search sites & resources:

 

CV and application advice for Norway
and also Jobsite

For more information about finding work in Norway, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: UK graduates are most likely to find work in tourism and the service sector. Most graduate jobs will tend to be located in the larger cities and unless you are looking to teach English, you will need to be able to speak some Portuguese.

Current Students: Use the information below on major companies and industries to start narrowing your search. Remember that you can apply speculatively for applications as well. 

Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Portugal for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Portugal working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

Major industries: tourism, property and business services, hotels and catering, public services, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, textiles, wood and cork, retail.

Major companies: EDP (electricity), Cimpor (building materials), Corticeira Amorim (cork), Galp (energy group), Jerónimo Martins (retail), Millennium BCP (banking), Portucel Soporcel (pulp and paper), Portugal Telecom, Sonae (conglomerate), Martifer (metal construction and renewable energy), RE/MAX Portugal (real estate).

Country Guides to Portugal

AGCAS country guide:

Target Jobs country guide:

Gov.UK Country Living Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

CV and application advice for Portugal:
Jobsite
Euro Graduate

For more information about finding work in Portugal, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

 

 

 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: The Spanish job market is slowly recovering with positive signs being seen in the foreign, tourism and service sectors, although finding graduate work may still be difficult. This can also affect salaries - many entry level graduate roles or graduate internships are still unpaid. 

Current Students: Current and previous students have worked for major consulting firms, schools (as language assistants or other admin/office work), real estate agencies, cultural institutes and expat newspapers. Use the information below on major companies and industries to start narrowing your search. Remember that you can apply speculatively for applications as well. 

Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Spain for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Spain working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

 

Major industries: There are a number of large companies with a strong presence in infrastructure development, renewable energy, tourism, banking and insurance, textiles, health technology, aeronautics, agri-food and the automotive industry.

Major companies: Banco Santander (banking), Telefónica (telecommunications services), BBVA – Banco Bilbao Vizcaya (banking), Iberdrola (electric utilities), Gas Natural Fenosa (natural gas utilities), Inditex (apparel/footwear retailer), CaixaBank (regional banks), Mapfre (diversified insurance), Grupo ACS (construction services), Repsol YPF (oil and gas operations).

 

Country Guides to Spain

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Country Living Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

 

Job search sites & resources:

European Commission Job Mobility Portal

Primer Empleo

Eures – the EU jobs portal including country specific employability advice

Entrypark – International Career Book

Eurojobs.com - online jobs portal for European vacancies

Europe Internship

Erasmus Intern - traineeship (work placement) opportunities 

Globalplacement.com - national and international placements

 

CV and application advice

For more information about finding work in Spain, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: The Swedish job market is competitive and it can be very difficult to find employment as a UK graduate. Sweden does have a labour shortage list which UK graduates may be able to access more easily however you must have the correct skills to carry out these roles. Although English is widely spoken, being able to speak, read and write Swedish is normally necessary. Your best chance of finding work in Sweden is therefore with international companies that have bases in the UK.

Current Students: Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in Sweden for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in Sweden working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

 

Major industries: services (IT, telecommunications, biotechnology), manufacturing (wood pulp and paper products), machinery and metal products (iron and steel), precision equipment (radio and telephone parts), processed foods and the automotive industry.

Major companies: AstraZeneca (pharmaceuticals), Volvo Group (vehicles), IKEA (furniture retailer), Ericsson (telecommunications), Electrolux (appliance manufacturer), H&M (clothing retail), Atlas Copco (industrial equipment), Scania (transport manufacturer), Skansa (construction), Tetra Pak (food packaging and processing).

 

Country Guides to Sweden

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Country Living Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

 

Job search sites & resources:

European Commission Job Mobility Portal

Eurojobs.com - online jobs portal for European vacancies

Arbetsformedlingen

DN. Din Karriar

 

CV and application advice

For more information about finding work in Sweden, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

Employment overview

Graduates: Non-nationals in Switzerland usually either have seasonal work in tourism or high-skilled jobs in areas such as IT and financial services. Graduates are often expected to have a degree relevant to their field, which may make it more difficult for social science and arts graduates to find employment. Another possibility for securing a job is to apply to multinational companies in the UK which also have offices in Switzerland. 

Switzerland is a country diverse in language with German, French, Italian and Romansch being spoken in different regions. It is therefore useful to look for a job in a region that uses a language that you speak and are familiar with.

Current Students:  Erasmus+ funding is not currently available for students looking to undertake an internship in Switzerland. 

Major industries: Banking and Insurance, Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals, Machinery and Precision Tools, Textiles, Tourism and Watches.

Major companies: Nestlé (food processing), Novartis (pharmaceuticals), UBS (investment services), Zurich Insurance Group (diversified insurance), Roche Holding (pharmaceuticals), Credit Suisse Group (investment services), Swiss Re (diversified insurance), ABB (conglomerates), ACE (diversified insurance), Holcim (construction materials).  

 

Country Guides to Switzerland

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Going Global

Gov.UK Country Living Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

 

Job search sites & resources:

Eures – the EU jobs portal including country specific employability advice

Eurojobs.com - online jobs portal for European vacancies

Globalplacement.com - national and international placements

Jobs.ch - leading job platform in French and German speaking Switzerland

 

CV and application advice

Goinglobal

Jobsite

 

For more information about finding work in Switzerland, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk. 

 

 

Employment Overview

Graduates: UK graduates stand a good chance of finding work with one of the large multinational companies with offices in the Netherlands. Most multinational companies use English as the official language which makes it a great choice if you don't speak another language. 

Current and previous students have worked for companies who manage the Hot Wheels and Barbie brands and also for software companies.  Use the information below on major companies and industries to start narrowing your search. Remember that you can apply speculatively for applications as well. 

Erasmus+ funding is available to currently registered students at all levels who will be undertaking a work placement in the Netherlands for a minimum of 60 days. This can be a placement year, a credit bearing summer internship or a one semester working abroad. Erasmus+ funding is also available to Masters and PhD students who will be spending time in the Netherlands working for a project, or working for an organisation whilst gathering data for their thesis or dissertation. 

 

Major industries: Food processing, chemicals, petroleum refining and electrical machinery.

Major companies: ING Group, Royal Dutch Shell, ABN-AMRO Group, Unilever, Aegon, Philips, Heineken, Amstel, Rabobank, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, KPN.

Country Guides to the Netherlands:

AGCAS country guide

Target Jobs country guide

Gov.UK Country Living Guide

Gov.UK Country Export Guide

Job search sites & resources:

European Commission Job Mobility Portal

Nationale Vacaturebank

Monster Board

Stage Plaza

Glass Door

 

CV and application advice

 

For more information about finding work in The Netherlands, please book an appointment with one of our Global Employability Advisors via the My Careers Zone desk.