International degree students often struggle to find internships and employment locally. Although these are crucial issues for HEIs’ student attraction and retention, it is not within the power of the HEIs to secure employment for their students. In this they rely completely on companies and organisations to hire students. There is a widely acknowledged gap between HE studies, and employment and INTERLOCALITY aims to bridge that gap by supporting 1) the international degree students, 2) staff at HEIs and 3) companies and 3rd sector staff taking upon a quadruple helix approach involving all four main actors that influence the local employability of international degree students, namely international degree students themselves, HEI staff, local companies and the surrounding society.