Internships and practicums
Business and law
The Faculty of Business and Law works with partners and host organisations around the world to facilitate a range of international internship opportunities for students. Most programs also have $3000 in New Colombo Plan funding available to eligible domestic students.
Go Global Health Science community fieldwork placements is an award-winning international student mobility program enables you to work alongside your peers from other health sciences disciplines, all while experiencing the unique culture of the region. Currently, you can apply to undertake your placement in Cambodia, China, India, Nepal, Thailand and Vietnam.
Curtin’s Faculty of Humanities have course specific international internships available via the New Colombo Plan. These placements range in length and are available for eligible students to receive between $3000 – $8000 to assist in funding their experience.
Science and Engineering
Get your foot in the door! Find out how you can increase your professional prospects through international internships to gain real world industry knowledge in science and engineering. Many of the programs offer New Colombo Plan grants to assist with the cost of your placement and travel experiences between $3000-$8000.
Cultural immersion internships
Please send an email to email@example.com with your expression of interest for any of the internships.
*Eligible students can receive $3000 – $8000 to support their experience via the New Colombo Plan. Check your eligibility at the bottom of this page.
6 or 12 week Indonesia*
This internship opportunity is run with students from Curtin, RMIT, University of South Australia (UniSA) and University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).
Explore a range of virtual internships based in Indonesia offered by the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS).
Singapore and South Korea*
Details are coming soon for semester internship opportunities in Singapore and South Korea, express your interest today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“When I was Senior Talent Partner at Treasury WA, we reviewed hundreds of applications for internships, vacation and graduate programs and students that had an experience with the NCP program all got shortlisted to either the video interview stage or the face-to-face interview stage.
It gave them an enormous competitive advantage as they were able to demonstrate their soft skills and provide a variety of examples to interview questions rather than the standard ‘group assignment’ answer. It gives the candidate depth in their application and conversation and presents a positive candidate that has a greater sense of self and world awareness and maturity in their career endeavors.“
Michelle Moss – Curtin Manager, Employability Partnerships.