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INTRODUCTION The growth and expansion of international markets has created many new opportunities for students to pursue work careers all over the world. Many companies which have expanded globally are in need of finding talented, interested and capable workers to accept job assignments in their foreign offices. Identifying who the potential candidates for foreign job assignments is an important human resource task. For a long time, American and European companies have been recruiting student graduates responsive to working in international settings (Foster & Johnsen, 1996; Laabs, 1991; Scullion, 1992; Stroh & Caligiuri, 1998; Solomon, 1994; Weeks, 1992) for some time. Newly trained professionals are an important pool of management talent available to meet the needs of global and multinational firms. These students are the future of business because they not only provide the intellectual capital for the present work plans but they also offer human resources that will determine international business of the future (Laabs, 1991; Scullion, 1992; Solomon, 1994; Weeks, 1992).