The Faculty of Business and Law has partnered with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCIWA) to offer internships to undergraduate and postgraduate Faculty of Business & Law students.
Want to gain real-world experience before you graduate? Undertake a business internship.
You may have the option to adjust your study plan to include an internship or industry project unit within your degree.
Placement allocation will be at the discretion of the Faculty of Business and Law, we endeavour to support as many students as possible into placements, utilising our established industry links and our partnership with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Western Australia (CCIWA).
Internships and industry projects are generally unpaid and will vary in length, typically between 100-150 hours, though some experiences may be undertaken over a longer period of time, depending on the requirements of the host organisation, project parameters, unit requirements and availability. Internships can be undertaken during semester or in a more intensive block through the study breaks.
Hear from one of our interns!
“Before I began, I thought I would be photocopying and getting coffees, but that could not be further from the truth. I was doing meaningful work on the first day. Some jobs included research for clients, attending meetings, performing valuations, completing tax returns and other various duties. The highlight of my internship was helping form part of a large business transaction and having the partner tell me I was an important part of the process, and have valuable knowledge on the situation.”
Trent Di Salvo
Accounting & Finance
Internships: Hall Chadwick, HLB Mann Judd