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    • Sydney
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Program Details

Fall Summer
Weekly Hours
  • Must have completed at least one year of university
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4 point scale or 'B' or better average on the ECTS grading scale
  • Must meet the University's English Language requirements: https://www.sydney.edu.au/study/how-to-apply/international-students/english-language-requirements.html


Starting Price
Price Details
TUITION FEES (2021 rates)
ARTS2600 Program: $3075 AUD
What's Included
Jul 12, 2021
Aug 12, 2021
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About Program

While borders are closed, open professional doors!

Through the University of Sydney's Virtual Internship Program, you'll have the opportunity to intern with an Australian organisation for either a 6 or 12 week placement. Apply your classroom knowledge to real world projects, learn about the Aussie way of doing business and build the skills and professional networks needed to set up your career in a global workplace.

Please note: this program is only open to students not studying at the University of Sydney and is intended for non-award study abroad students.

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Program Highlights

  • 6 or 12 week length programs
  • Placements in a range of areas
  • Earn academic credit through the University of Sydney
  • 5 professional development workshops
  • A thriving social program to round out the experience

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GRIP Austrailia

Overall, not only did I learn about the recruitment industry, I explored multiple different industries in my search for unique business models: medtech, marketing, law, tech entertainment, and more. I had the opportunity to speak with startup founders and CEOS to investigate their business development experiences and gain insight for my own project. Although I did not get to travel to Sydney and experience the culture firsthand, I enjoyed working with extremely diverse people and expanding my understanding of startup culture in Australia.

What was your funniest moment?
My co-intern and I decided to plan a faux trip to Australia to imagine the things we would've explored if we had the opportunity to go.
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