If you know what country you specifically want to work at, Google "foreign jobs in [country]."
Have you graduated and have have work experience already? If yes, then it will be a lot easier. If not, I recommend you get some experience under your belt first.
I'm a senior analyst in banking in Florida and I'm interviewing for a few jobs in Estonia. I wasn't promoted until a few months ago and it I got a lot more bites now with "senior" on my resume than when I was looking for jobs before my promotion. Anyway, a lot of foreign companies, especially in Europe and Asia, that have heavy international presence will require a fair portion of their staff to be fluent in English since it's basically the defacto common tongue to use when you're dealing with operations over multiple nations with different languages. So there are opportunities out there.
Well, you should have a lot more opportunities as I've seen a lot of IT positions during my searches.
I'd recommend doing whatever internships you can do right now near your school. Then when you're close to graduating or at least deep into your actual degree coursework either do study abroad or take a semester off to do an internship abroad. I did study aboard during undergrad and it was a joke. Then again, that's just my school and it was in Barcelona so 25% unemployment Spain isn't going to have a lot of opportunities.
But I've seen a lot of summer and other seasonal internships abroad. I don't if it's better if you do it before you graduate or after. If you do it before, you can have student loan money to cover any living expenses over that time. But if you do it afterwards, you have your degree and if you liked the company and they like you, you can easily slide into a full time position without worrying about going back to finish your degree.
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