[ID:0262]If you are aiming to get a professional international job after graduation, there are certain things that you can do during your time as a university student to improve your odds.
While attending school, you must purposely seek out strategies to help you acquire the international experience and related skills that international employers are looking for.
Building these skills is easy, and it is especially easy if you have a plan. Depending on the competition in your field of expertise (there is more competition in the social sciences than in engineering, for example), you should, upon graduating with a master's, possess 70 to 90 per cent of the qualities listed below. As you'll discover, determination and unending curiosity are important traits to the successful international employee. (RELATED SECTIONS: Note that the advice below is heavily tied to Selling Your International Skills; and International Resumes.)