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The 10th month of the year has just started! The Spring winds are swaying the trees and we are getting close to semester break. 

The deadline for Summer Break Internship applications is fast approaching, so if you have candidates wishing to start an internship during this period, we recommend sending your applications by the end of October. Our team will endeavour to consider the applications and find the best match for your candidates this Summer!

Contact your Marketing Representative at AI today!

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V1666 – Part-time Human Resource Internship in Melbourne

This business is creating a full suite of up market, ROI-driven, highly customized, strategic travel-related services for our clients spread out across the globe. Their multi-skilled support team of professionals offers high value service and expertise on all business and holiday booking requirements.
For more details, click here.

V1722 – Accounting/ IT internship in Sydney

Company in the field of finance (broad) seeking either an accounting intern and / or an IT intern for an immediate start. The internship will run for a preferred length of 3 months and will include ample support and training. 
For more details, click here.

V1467 – Business & Software development Internship in Melbourne

Very exciting opportunity to be involved in Long term projects to improve the efficiency of the company processes and services to clients. This is a great chance to work with a progressive start up that is looking to change the face of home care.
For more details, click here.

V1674– 12 weeks Finance internship in Brisbane

Through smart planning and management, this company makes a real and material difference by providing quality service, but also sound advice that is tailored to individual needs.
For more details, click here.


Luis Marco


Age: 22

Field: Biotechnology

City: Brisbane

Nationality: Mexican

1. Why did you choose to complete an Internship?

Since I was 10 years old, I wanted to come to Australia. Therefore, having the chance to be here for an internship was turning my biggest dream true.


2. What made this experience unique and special?

This has been a wonderful experience because I have met so many amazing people from different backgrounds with different stories. Australia is truly a beautiful country with heaps of things to do around, amazing beaches, animals and experiences. My time here has been full with nice surprises.


3. How has this experience impacted your future? (personally, professionally, academically, etc.)

This has definitely impacted my future in the most positive way you could ever imagine. Living in a different country far from home can seem scary, but is one the things that will stay with you forever. I have learned so much about parts of science I did not know before. Thus, I can assure my career has gotten a 100% boost with this internship and all the things I have learned here from both, my work and the people around me


4. What was the highlight of your experience?

The highlight of my experience is that I have made some amazing friends who I travel around during the weekends and we are always up to some new adventure or trip around Brissie. I am also an Open Water Diver by now.


5. What advice you would offer someone considering interning abroad in Australia?

You should do it. Put all your courage in your luggage and come to Australia not only to learn and grow, but also to evolve. It will be the best thing you will ever do.


Lisa-Maree Travia



My name is Lisa and I am 22 years old. I have lived in Brisbane my whole life but I come from an Italian background. I hold a Bachelor of Business with a double major in Marketing and Human Resource Management. Before working at Australian Internships, I had 7 years customer service experience and 2 years within corporate industries. Throughout my degree, I participated in many internships, which gives me a great understanding on the importance of internship experience. I absolutely love traveling and spending time with my family and friends.

How would you describe your work?

I work very closely with our programs admissions team. I handle initial enquiries and the examining of documentation. No two days are the same and I absolutely love the variety of work I get to do here at Australian Internships. I get to assist and contribute to individuals careers every day and it is so rewarding.


What do you like the most about your work?

Assisting others and traveling are my passions. I love talking to young professionals and assisting them with taking the leap to come to a foreign country and better their career.  I understand firsthand how important internships are and how they can influence your career aspirations. Helping young professionals and giving them the opportunity to learn new skills and develop existing skills is what I love about my job.

Your message to the interns?

Embrace every opportunity and every experience that comes your way! Most people are not given the opportunity to work and live in a foreign country so, immerse yourself and embrace this once in a lifetime experience.


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