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Spring has sprung in Australia! The weather is getting warmer and we can feel excitement in the air.

We are very pleased to announce that we are currently promoting part time internships in selected fields aimed to target onshore candidates.  The internships are available 20 hours per week and candidates can apply for the program under a Student Visa. More information about part time internships is available here. Contact your Marketing Representative at AI to send your candidate’s profile!

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V1721 – Marketing internship in Melbourne

The company is a high profile real estate group with huge exposure and a great supportive team. They are located within Melbourne providing services such as: property sales, property management, and mortgage brokering investment property sales
For more details, click here.

V1717 – Business Administration internship in Melbourne

Contingent workforce solution provider looking for 2 general business administration interns to start as soon as possible.
For more details, click here.

V1711 – Finance internship in Sydney

This 5 star establishment is an award winning deluxe hotel set in the heart of Sydney's fashion and finance district.
For more details, click here.

V1684 – PART TIME  or FULL TIME Accounting internship

Located in West End, Brisbane, a small dynamic team offering an outstanding personalised service providing importers with a complete sourcing solution including locating goods, negotiating terms, and facilitating delivery.
For more details, click here.

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Shabrina Amalia


Age: 24

Field: Hospitality Culinary

City: Canberra

Nationality: Indonesian

1.     Why did you choose to complete an Internship?

Internship abroad is the most valuable opportunity that I have to take. Open new chances for me to expand my skills and network, also develop my life skills such as confidence, communication and organisation.

2.     What have you learned the most during your internship?

I have learned a lot. Particularly, the Multicultural working place which is all the challenges and new things that I wouldn’t find in my home country because, understanding and accepting differences in thoughts, opinions, languages and habits is not that easy, to become a good teamwork. That’s an interesting thing.

3. What benefits do you feel AI contributed to your internship and time in Australia?

AI is very helpful to me for stepping out from my comfort zone and explore new areas of work to gain an unforgettable experience. They are always giving some interesting information. Shayal and Sam Sue are the best and supportive IPS!


4. What advice would you give future interns?

Be Passionate! If you could combine your passion as your work, then you will be doing your best work performance and you will enjoy doing your work.


5. What do you enjoy most about Australia?

Anything here. Food, Nature, Fresh air, Multicultural society and Safe country.

Such a lovely country to live.


Samantha Sue

Internship Program Supervisor


My name is Sam and I was born and raised in a small town west of Brisbane here in Australia. I worked in the Education sector until January 2019 when I packed up and moved to the United States of America for 6 months to work at Walt Disney World. Shortly after returning from America, I started here at Australian Internships and am now assisting individuals to move here to Australia from all over the world to complete an Internship.

In my spare time, I enjoy being outdoors, playing hockey, reading and spending time with my family!


How would you describe your work?

My position here at AI is so unique. I build personal relationships with many individuals from all over the world and ensure that they are receiving the training required to complete their Internship successfully and gain skills and experience for their future careers along the way.


What do you like the most about your work?

I am so passionate about Education, travel and people and on a daily basis, I am able to combine these passions to do my job. My favourite part of my role is being able to build a relationship with the Interns and hear their stories, share their triumphs and assist when they require my help.


Your message to the interns

As someone who moved overseas for 6 months, I have two important pieces of advice. My best advice would be to allow yourself time to settle in, learn the role and to make friends. I think we put a lot of pressure on ourselves and can sometimes have unrealistic expectations of our abilities. You are here to learn and will not gain every new skill or friend in the first two weeks. Secondly, take every opportunity to experience Australia in every aspect – from the food to the nightlife, do not pass up on any ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunities.


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