Department of State of US
Import-Export Bank of US
American Councils for International Education
An international not-for-profit organization working to advance education, research, and mutual understanding across the United States and the nations of Eastern Europe, Eurasia, and Southeast Europe
Information on global trade, including lists of companies and organizations involved internationally
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
"Study abroad and work abroad with CIEE. CIEE offers international work programs, study abroad and volunteer projects for students, faculty, graduates and professionals."
College students from all over the world choose to study in the U.S. because it offers access to a wider range of programs; the chance to attend a world renowned institution. owever, in order to accomplish any of these goals, a foreign student must first obtain the documentation required for living, learning, and (in some cases) working on American soil. This U.S. student visa guide will explore the three primary types of visa, the required process for obtaining each one, and some resources for prospective international students.
Thomas Global Register Europe
Includes buying information for Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Austria, Finland, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom
International Job Resources: From the Riley Guide
Loads of links to just about anywhere. This is part of the famous Riley Guide, featured below in the "General Occupational Information" section.
Study Abroad Programs
Study Abroad Funding
Dev-Zone Development Work Database
Directory of Development Organizations
International Health Exchange
One World Online
The ESL Job Center
Teach Abroad: International Teaching Positions
EuroTEFL Teacher Training