Internships

An internship is an opportunity for you to work in an organisation on an agreed project for approximately 1–2 days a week for a semester. There may also be opportunities for intensive internships during semester breaks, where you would work 4 or 5 days per week over 3 or 4 weeks.

Internship projects are available at different levels, to undergraduates (SCNC 2000 and SCNC 3000), postgraduates (SCNC 8000) and research candidates (SCNC 8001). To be eligible for an internship, you must have at least a Distinction average across all subjects.

Current HDR candidates can email hdr.shm@anu.edu.au to enquire whether projects can be incorporated into their PhD program.

If you want to know about past internship opportunity, you can follow the link.

Wildlife Drones - PhD Internship

This is an opportunity to gain real-world work experience and develop a clear understanding of the direct impact and outcomes of research activities in an industry setting.

Conduct a literature review, document ecosystem services, develop a user-friendly sampling method and gain field-work experience.
school Level
PhD
label Opportunity type
College approved Internship

Australian National Internships Program

Experience the heart of Australian policy-making and politics through a research project with the Australian National Internships Program (ANIP). ANIP internships are open to current undergraduate and postgraduate students from all academic disciplines.
school Level
Bachelor, Master
label Opportunity type
College approved Internship

Self-sourced Internships

If you negotiate a self-sourced internship with an external organisation, email science.internships@anu.edu.au to enquire about credit.
school Level
Bachelor, Master
label Opportunity type
External internship