Opening doors, creating connections and building your professional network
Griffith Business School’s Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Program offers undergraduate, postgraduate and higher degree by research students the opportunity to participate in a range of work-integrated learning experiences including industry-led projects, community-focussed internships in either a local or international setting.
We partner with industry all around the globe to facilitate internship placements for our students. We'll match your requirements to our talent.
I want to know more
I want a business internship
A local business internship will provide you with the opportunity to use the knowledge you've learnt through study and apply it in a real-world environment. You'll gain invaluable work experience and employability skills as well as develop the know-how to kick-start a successful career.
I want a global internship
Immerse yourself in another culture, embrace new challenges and grow your versatility with a global internship experience. Gain invaluable practical exposure in a international professional environment. Opportunities available in Japan, Korea, Vietnam, China and more.
I want a HDR internship
Gain practical experience, strengthen your transferable, professional and research skills, and build networks with industry, government or non-government organisations. We will work with you and your HDR Supervisor to support an industry-based internship.
I want a business student
Do you have a project or suitable work for a business students? Our undergraduate and postgraduate students can help you harness fresh ideas and new perspectives, and help you realise your business goals.
Student Placement System
When enrolment and applications open
You'll need to meet the pre-requisite to undertake an internship
How to apply
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What to expect
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About the internships
An internship placement follows the academic structure of our Bachelor of Business Program, therefore placements are available in the following business disciplines:
- Accounting Finance and Economics
- Business Innovation and Business Strategy
- Employment Relations and Human Resources
- Government and International Relations
- Real Estate and Property Development
- Tourism, Sport, Hotel, and Event Management
Each Trimester, internship placement offerings may differ depending on what our industry partner's availability is.
An internship is a credit-based academic course which students can enrol in then apply for a placement. The application process follows a real-world, competitive recruitment and selection criteria so students will need to prepare a resume and cover letter specific to the internship placement they wish to apply for.
An internship is one to two days in a workplace environment and can be either face-to-face, virtual or a blend of both.
Students are required to complete the BusinessPLUS workshops series before enrolling in an internship course.
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