Taking part in an intern program will boost your CV, improve your skill set and allow you to gain valuable experience in industry. The Australian Association of Graduate Employers have recently released the Top Intern Programs of 2018, as voted by Australian undergraduates who took part in an internship program over the last year.
These 6 intern programs were the highest rated for STEM students based on the induction, work content, ability to work across different project, the quality of supervision and feedback and the company culture. To see the full list of 40 intern programs, click here.
Gallagher Bassett provides a full range of claims management services, including insurance, workers’ compensation and consulting and audit services.
Locations: Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney, Darwin, New Zealand.
Degrees: Health/Applied Sciences, Psychology, Law, Business, Commerce and IT.
A multi-national engineering consultancy which allows students to gain experience in a variety of roles, disciplines and industries.
Degrees: Engineering, IT, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources
The Tasmanian Electricity Utility offers a variety of roles for its interns, including engineering, finance, human resources and business.
Degrees: All eligible
Monadelphous in an engineering contractor which leads Australia in the provision of construction, maintenance and industrial services to the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors.
Locations: Perth, Brisbane, Sydney
Degrees: Engineering (Mechanical, Civil/Structural, Electrical and Chemical)
A globally diversified metallurgical coal mining business with operations in Australia, South Africa, South America and Canada.
Locations: Within the Bowen Basin, QLD.
Degrees: Commerce, Environmental & Health Sciences, Geoscience, Engineering, Surveying
An established global fintech company that’s redefining global banking. They offer IT internships in software development, quality assurance and infrastructure.
Degrees: IT (flexible with requirements)
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