Cross campus contacts
Students are also increasingly seeking opportunities to test out their interests, develop their employability skills and plan for their future. Here are some contacts and opportunities available across the university.
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences
The Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies (CHMS) internships program allows students to gain work experience with leading Cultural Heritage institutions in their chosen field. Each placement is tailored to the individual needs of the student, allowing them to gain practical skills as well as making useful industry contacts.
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ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
Students who complete internships gain a range of practical skills and can also experience a rapid acceleration of language competency. Interns partake in activities such as journalism and communications, translation, business planning, English training, and research.
ANU College of Health & Medicine
The ANU College of Health & Medicine (CHM) runs an official, for-credit internship program for our undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students. Internship placements are typically with a leading organisation in the health field.
ANU College of Science
The ANU College of Science (CoS) runs an official, for-credit internship program for our undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students. Internship placements are broad across a range of host organisations, involving many areas of science.
Australian National Internship Program
The Australian National Internships Program (ANIP) gives undergraduate and postgraduate students an opportunity to work at the heart of Australian policy and politics.
ANIP is the only university program that offers Commonwealth Parliamentary Internships to students from across Australia. ANU students can also undertake internships with the ACT Legislative Assembly,Government Agencies,Diplomatic Missions,NGOs and Think-Tanks.
College of Business & Economics
The ANU College of Business and Economics Internship Program aims to establish win-win linkages between the College and our industry partners across public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
College of Engineering and Computer Science
CECS have very strong relationships with a number of high-profile government and industry-based employers who are interested in offering internship placements to ANU students on an annual basis.
Law in Action
The ANU College of Law has a strong commitment to producing practice-ready lawyers, whether it's for work in a private firm or the government sector. To achieve this we encourage you to experience the law in action, be it through volunteering, clinical courses or internships
IARU Global Internship Program
A number of internship opportunities exist with the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU), of which ANU is a partner