Complete an industry based internship to strengthen your professional experience.

Would you like to gain industry experience while you study? A professional internship will allow you to get ahead in your career before you graduate.

Engineering and IT students share their top tips for finding and undertaking an internship.

Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT) offer internships for Master of Engineering and IT students including self-sourced internships allowing you to organise an internship independently; international opportunities; and University-sourced internships through industry connections. Internships are completed through ENGR90033 Internship or CHEN90028 Chemical Engineering Internship, allowing you to integrate your theoretical knowledge with a professional industry experience.

Completing an internship is a unique opportunity to:

  • Access support from dedicated workplace and academic supervisors
  • Develop your professional network through an invaluable industry experience
  • Test your career interests and ideas
  • Use your theoretical knowledge and skills in a professional setting
  • Develop a competitive edge for the graduate job market
  • Access internships that are only open to students undertaking the ENGR90033 Internship or CHEN90028 Chemical Engineering Internship subject

Opportunities within ENGR90033 Internship or CHEN90028 Chemical Engineering Internship can be undertaken on a part-time or full-time basis for a duration of 10–16 weeks. You will undertake a total of 320–350 hours of placement in alignment with semester timelines. The ENGR90033 Internship subject and CHEN90028 Chemical Engineering Internship is offered in Semester 1, Semester 2 and over Summer (between late November and February). Placements can be paid, unpaid or a nominal financial amount can be awarded by your host to you whilst undertaking the placement.