ANU College of Business and Economics is proud of our reputation for excellence in the CBE Internships and the academic programs that support it. In 2016, the CBE Internships won the Silver Award (Oceania Region) at the Reimagine Education/QS Stars Awards, supported by QS and The Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania. The CBE Internships also won the 2016 CBE Award for Excellence in Educational Innovation.
Apply for an internship (placement: 24 July - 27 Oct)
|Semester 2, 2023||CBE-sourced||Student-sourced|
|Open||24 March 2023||24 March 2023|
|Close||24 May 2023||18 June 2023|
Interested in being a host
Host project registrations are open all year round. If you are looking to host an intern for Semester 2, 2023, we will require your project registration by 16 April 2023. To submit your registration, please go to the Information for Employers page.
The CBE Internships provide students with an opportunity to gain real-world experience through a workplace project of 120 hours (for 6 units) or 240 hours (for 12 units), approximately 12 or 24 hours per week over 10 weeks. The CBE Internships also includes 5 practical workshops throughout the semester to prepare students for their internships and future careers.
The internship project has a strong focus on developing students’ employability in terms of their teamwork, communication and problem-solving skills. Each intern will show evidence of competencies and skills acquired through close working relationships and collaboration with professional colleagues, a workplace supervisor and an academic advisor. Every individual intern will be supported by the CBE Careers and Student Employability team including Course Convenor, Tutor, Career consultants, and Employability Coordinator.
The internship also offers industry collaborators the opportunity to co-create value through students’ application of their theoretical knowledge and capabilities developed throughout their projects and get access to ANU talents.