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Overseasy University
Collaboration Page

Welcome potential university partners, here you can find information on Overseasy and collaboration opportunities. Let’s work together to help make moving and having a career abroad possible for your students! 

ABOUT US

OUR STORY
Despite globalization and internationalization being an ever-growing trend in today’s global environment, there are limited global mobility support services for people who want to move abroad. Overseasy is here to fill that gap. Tim Zhang founded Overseasy based on his and his fellow expat’s journeys in moving to The Netherlands (read Tim’s story).
Visit our About page to meet our team and experts, who are here as guides and mentors.

DUTCH ORIENTATION YEAR VISA
Through the Dutch Orientation Year visa program, people who received a master’s, post-master's or doctoral degree from a top 200 university outside the Netherlands have the opportunity to move to the Netherlands for a year without any sponsorship. 

Here are top reasons to consider the Dutch Orientation year visa program:

01

Can apply for the visa anytime within 3 years of your graduation date

OUR PRACTICE

Overseasy’s comprehensive services, workshops, and expert coaches guide individuals in their transition into Dutch society. We help people make moving abroad a reality.


To review client support services, see services. Rates are per client (student), depending on their needs.

Career Development & Exploration

Find Your Voice:
Pave your own path and journey

Personalization

Customizable:
We focus on the individual. Let’s
identify what your needs are, and
work together to fulfill them.

Support Network:
Build your support network as you transition abroad

Stand on Solid Grounds:
Build the skills you need to navigate
living in a new culture.

Find Community

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LET'S PARTNER

Please check the complementary resources we provide universities and colleges.


We are happy to work with you to create customized workshops for your school/
department on going abroad and career exploration abroad.

Career Exploration
Abroad post OPT

Learn about options in pursuing a career abroad during or after OPT. In this workshop, international students and alumni will explore how to navigate pursuing a career abroad. We’ll review understanding visas to developing global job search practices.

Pursuing Going Abroad,
Where to Start? 

This interactive workshop will introduce all levels of students and alumni to the idea of moving abroad. We’ll explore everything from how to identify which locations abroad to budgeting for the transition. This workshop will help your students expand their career opportunities through a global viewpoint and make going abroad feel attainable.

Understanding Netherland’s Orientation Year Visa 

Info session introducing Netherland’s Orientation Year Visa. In this workshop, we will cover why the Netherlands is a great option for U.S. based graduates and how to move there. We offer two versions of this session: 1) for masters’ level or above students and alumni, and 2) for staff and faculty as professional development.

Referrals &
Consultation

We offer 30-minute complimentary consultation sessions with students referred to us by our partner universities. Our team will provide your team with a professional development info session to support you in referring students to us.

Success Stories

"Partnering with Overseasy was a really positive experience -- they hosted a virtual workshop for NYU students on "Where to Start When Pursuing a Career Abroad."  During this time of virtual-only events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, event attendance and engagement has been challenging for institutions.  The Overseasy workshop was one of our most attended events of the semester, and also had the most active chatbox exchange by far.  Tim and Cassie did a great job answering questions, presenting information in a structured and scaffolded way for a topic that can seem very daunting, and following up with actionable next steps and resources for attendees."

 

Edwin Raagas

Director of School of Professional Studies Wasserman Center for Career Development