Get out of the classroom and into the community! Immerse yourself in Australian culture, make connections, and gain invaluable hands-on experience.
Students who apply and are accepted in to the for-credit internship program are guaranteed a placement in a wide range of industries. Participants will work with our internship partner, CAPA International Education, to identify and secure an ideal placement. Placements will take the form of a traditional internship (11 weeks, 16 hours per week).
Students will also participate in a complementary course that allows for critical and analytical reflection on how the internship experience impacts their understanding of Australian culture and relates to personal and professional goals. Upon successful completion of this internship program, students will be awarded 4 credits.
If you are hoping to participate in thie program during Fall 2015, we encourage you to attend our information session on March 9, 12:30pm, in Waverly 367. RSVP via NYU CareerNet today! Please direct all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: For students interested in pursuing a non-credit internship opportunity, please click here.
The internship course explores many different aspects of your internship site. The goal is to finish the semester with an in-depth understanding of the company or organization, including its approach, its policies, and the context in which it operates. We will also discuss more generally the state of the contemporary workplace and ourselves as workers. Finally, you will use the seminar to reflect critically and analytically on the internship experience and as a way to refine your own personal and professional goals.The seminar portion of the course explores many different aspects of your internship site. The goal is to finish the semester with an in-depth understanding of the company or organization, including its approach, its policies, and the context in which it operates. We will also discuss more generally the state of the contemporary workplace and ourselves as workers. Finally, you will use the seminar to reflect critically and analytically on the internship experience and as a way to refine your own personal and professional goals.
Responsibilities vary by agency but we require all students to be involved in projects that contribute to their understanding of the organization and its approach to social issues. This might include project implementation, participation in relevant meetings, research, and production of documents or other materials.
Upon acceptance into the program, each student will have an individual placement meeting with the CAPA team to determine the best options for the student. For more information about the placement process, please watch the short video below.
The following is a list of examples of the types of organizations in which students might be placed. Upon acceptance into the program, each student will have an individual placement meeting with the CAPA team to determine the best options for the student. Flexibility is important as specific organizations and industry placements cannot be guaranteed:
Advertising, Business, Broadcasting, Education, Engineering, Film, Healthcare, Hospitality Journalism, Politics and International Relations, Public Relations, Social Sciences
Watch the brief video below for additional information about the placement process.
Note: The application is only for students intending to enroll in the 4 credit Internship Seminar & Fieldwork course.
Interested Fall 2015 NYU Sydney students should complete the online application by Wednesday, April 1 if they are interested in the program. Students that fill out the application by the deadline will receive notification by Friday, April 10.
While there is no cost to participate in the internship program, students who withdraw from the program after officially committing, are subject to the financial penalty outlined in their offer letter.
For consideration to the internship program in Sydney, students must complete the following steps:
Please note: Students must also be able to dedicate 16 hours per week (2 full days) for their internship. If you are planning to participate in the internship program, please keep this in mind as you finalize your courses.
** If admitted to the program, students in the Global Institute for Public Health will enroll in a separate internship seminar in place of NODEP-UA9982/INDIV-UG9501. More information will be provided upon acceptance to the program.
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Priority: September 15
Regular: October 15
Applications received after October 15 will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Admission will be granted only when space is available and time allows for required travel documents to be attained.