Increasing numbers of students world-wide are opting to complete part of their studies in another country, either as fee-paying individuals or through schemes such as the Erasmus programme. Whilst there are several reasons why students choose to study abroad, many of them do so primarily in order to enhance their employability. Those students who are unable to participate in international study in this way also need to develop the skills associated with study abroad, so that their employment prospects can be improved as well. This chapter looks, in part, at how this can be achieved through the development of a suitable internationalisation strategy and the embedding of employability skills into the curriculum.