Finding an Internship

Students in the Faculty of Arts and Education have a range of opportunities available for course credit in Communication, Creative Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Apply for one of our Faculty-Led team internship programs, an independent internship opportunity, or find information how how to organise your own internship experience.

Organise your own Internship Opportunity

The Faculty of Arts & Education have a number of WIL programs and independent internship opportunities available for you to apply for (see below), but you could also choose to undertake an internship that you set up yourself with an organisation that you choose. Organising an independent internship with a host organisation that you choose is a great way to network directly with professionals working in your industry, and prepare for your graduate job search.

The ArtsEd WIL team  are here to support you to prepare, secure, and register your internship for credit towards your chosen WIL unit, and have a guide to help you with each step. The first step for all students seeking to undertake an internship is the Internship Process for Students page:

Apply for an advertised internship

While most students will organise their own internship by reaching out to a host organisation directly, we do always have a number of internship opportunities available for you to apply for. Internship opportunities advertised on the Jobs and Internships Board have been pre-assessed for suitability, and will list the credit information directly in the internship listing. Check out the currently advertised internship opportunities available, and the internship process at the links below.

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