International internships

Love to travel? Why not combine your love of travelling with real industry experience through an international internship!

Four Curtin Commerce students ticked the Maldives off their bucket lists when they travelled to the archipelago as recipients of the New Colombo Plan Mobility Program. The students received four weeks of hands-on experience in human resource management and industrial relations at some of the Maldives’ most deluxe hotels and resorts.

Maldives Human Resources and Finance Internships

Spend a semester undertaking practical work within your field at one of the Maldives top luxury resorts whilst gaining invaluable international work experience and credit towards your degree!

$3000 in New Colombo Plan funding available to eligible domestic students

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ACICIS Business Professional Practicums

One of the premier internship programs in the Asia-Pacific region designed for high-achieving undergraduate students, the ACICIS Business Professional Program is both academic and practical. Students undertake 2 weeks of intensive Indonesian language and cultural classes along with industry-led seminars and field trips at Atma Jaya University in Jakarta’s CBD. This is then followed by a 4 week supervised professional internship at an English-speaking firm in Jakarta. Placements are assigned based on your major area of study and areas of interest – with large multinational firms, creative industries, government bodies, Indonesian Stock Exchange, Ministries of Trade, Finance and Chambers of Commerce participating.

Practicums in Law and Sustainable Tourism are also available, and funded by the New Colombo Plan.
The 2021 program will be delivered in a virtual format.

$3000 in New Colombo Plan funding available to eligible domestic students

CRCC Asia Internship Program

The Faculty of Business and Law is offering grants to facilitate students to undertake an international internship program with CRCC Asia. Eligible students may receive a grant of $2,000 to undertake one of the CRCC Asia’s Internship Programs!

CRCC Asia will not only find you a working environment suited to your interests, but will also provide a full schedule of social, cultural and business events to help you make the most of your time in China. Current

Current placements are all taking place in a virtual format.

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GO Communications Public Relations Internship

Well suited to public relations, marketing and event management students, you can spend a month interning with one of Malaysia’s top PR consultancy firms in Kuala Lumpur.
Work with top level international clients in a dynamic and fast paced environment whilst learning from the best. Apply what you’ve learn in the classroom in an international setting and give your degree an edge!

$3000 in New Colombo Plan funding available to eligible domestic students

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Challenges Abroad Thailand Social Enterprise Challenge

Spend two weeks working on a business project based in the Thai highlands. Consult with local community leaders, industry partners and in-country Challenges Abroad staff to develop and implement a social enterprise proposal in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Apply your business knowledge to make a difference to the livelihoods of disadvantaged communities by inspiring local people to establish and maintain small-scale social enterprises. Grow personally and professionally as you step out of your comfort zone and step up to the challenge of being a better global citizen as you learn about the local and global challenges and use your knowledge and skills to identify actions that can be taken to alleviate these. Develop your own cultural competency, leadership, teamwork and employability skills to enhance your resume.

$2000 in New Colombo Plan funding available to eligible domestic students

ACICIS Business Professional Practicum

“The host was excellent. Atma Jaya University offered us excellent facilities so much, so that we felt like we were at our home university. The supervisors were present and happy to engage with students.  My biggest take away was learning how other cultures work in office environments specifically in regards to communication. This can be applied to any job. The highlight for me would learning the language and being able to speak to locals after only a few weeks. 

This was the best study experience I have ever had and it was excellent meeting so many people.”

– Douglas Robertson
ACICIS Business Professional Practicum
Indonesia, 2020

Bring Your Own (BYO) Internship

Found your own international internship? See if it qualifies for credit within your degree.