8 jobs you should apply for if you like travelling

Sally Bracegirdle
Head of Marketing

You don't have to choose between work and travel with these graduate jobs.

If lockdown has got you craving a change of scenery, these jobs will be right up your street. From France to Russia and everywhere in between, you'll be able to satisfy your wanderlust with these graduate opportunities - don't miss out.


1. China Teaching Experience - Teach English in China 

  • Where: China 
  • Salary: Up to £25,000
  • Deadline: ASAP


If you like the sound of discovering a new culture, inspiring young people and earning a salary as well as a free TEFL qualification, you'll like this opportunity with the China Teaching Experience. After receiving in-depth training, you'll undertake a 10-month placement in China, during which you'll have paid time to travel around South East Asia. Placements are set to start from August 2020, but if COVID-19 continues to disrupt things, you'll be able to defer your start date. Click below to find out more and apply.



Got a desire to run away to Paris? Make it happen by joining Total Group as a Corporate Finance Graduate, the recruitment for which is being handled by University of London Recruitment Services. In the role, you'll start off in London before relocating to Paris with the company later on this year. If you have an interest in working in Finance and the ability to speak French fluently, get your application in vite.



Develop key negotiation and project management skills at AlphaSights as you connect with experts across the globe to help solve problems for global brands. You'll be based in Hamburg, so there's plenty of opportunity to explore your new surroundings and experience German culture. Plus, AlphaSights offer a bunch of company benefits including free breakfast and snacks, a clear progression route, summer trips and team events.



96 of the world’s 100 leading brands employ ICAEW Chartered Accountants, which means that with their qualification under your belt, the world is pretty much your oyster. No matter what degree you've studied, you can apply to study for the ACA with one of over 5,000 global employers authorised by ICAEW to train you. If having an international career is important to you, seriously consider this opportunity.



If you like travelling, why not join one of the largest youth travel organisations in the UK? Invasion Camp Group provide the ideal environment for travel-loving graduates to start their career, with lots of room for progression and flexibility to travel. When you're not travelling, you'll be based in Salford, at their fun, immersive office which also happens to convert into a nightclub!



Spend at least a year in Russia as a Graduate English Tutor, where you'll help children to learn English organically through day-to-day interaction, play, as well as formal lessons. On top of a very generous salary, you'll have your accommodation sorted for you, multiple opportunities to travel and flights and work visas paid for. This is the ideal opportunity to combine travel with gaining skills that employers will find very attractive throughout your career.



As an International Sales Executive at Marcus Evans you'll attend events across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, have the opportunity to transfer to other offices globally and enjoy all-expenses-paid trips around the world if you prove yourself. You don't need to have any specific experience to apply - training will be provided for you - but having a second language in your repertoire will definitely help you in the role. 



Start the adventure of a lifetime and teach English in China. You'll immerse yourself in the culture, make new friends and gain a whole host of skills to add to your CV, which will come in handy whether you choose to continue teaching or not. English First are currently hiring in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and many other cities across China.