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Key information

Study areas

Undergraduate

  • Business (no HR, logistics or sports management)
  • Business Information Systems
  • Engineering (electrical and electronic, software, telecommunications, robotics and mechatronics)
  • IT and Computer Science (no games development)
  • Science (applied mathematics, biotechnology, environmental science)
  • Arts (sustainability, history, philosophy, politics and international relations, sociology)
  • Media and communications (no games)
  • Design (no industrial design)
  • Health Science (applied statistics, digital health and informatics, health promotion and nutrition) 
     

Note: These study areas are just a guide, and availability of relevant internships depends on many individual factors. Some study areas and majors are more difficult than others to source internships for. CIEE can provide advice and guidance on alternative locations if required, but internships are not guaranteed. If your study area is not listed here, but you are interested in this destination, please let us know and we can confirm with the internship provider.

Postgraduate

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Corporate Governance
  • Master of Digital Business Management
  • Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Master of Human Resource Management
  • Master of Marketing
  • Master of Project Management
  • Master of Social Impact
  • Master of Supply Chain Innovation
  • Master of Business Information Systems
  • Master of Design; Design Strategy & Innovation
  • Master of Media and Communications
  • Master of Engineering; Engineering Science (only Civil, Mechanical, Network Systems and Telecommunications & Structural Engineering majors)
  • Master of Professional Engineering (only Engineering Management, Mechanical Engineering Design, Microelectronics, Renewable Energy, Structural Engineering and Design & Sustainable Manufacturing majors)
  • Master of Science (Biotechnology)
     

Note: Internships for postgraduate students can be more difficult to source due to the niche and specific nature of courses and study areas. The study areas listed here are a guide only and it is suggested that postgraduate students discuss program options with Swinburne Abroad prior to applying.

 

Eligible students

Specific eligibility requirements depend on the academic unit being utilised, but all students must meet the minimum eligibility criteria below:

Undergraduate

  • Completed at least 100CP (8 units), 150 CP if you want to use the international internship unit
  • Have an average weighted mark of at least 60% (or satisfy additional eligibility criteria if mark is between 50-60%)
  • Have available space in your course for the applicable academic unit (domestic students may be able overload their degree)


Postgraduate

  • Completed at least 25CP (2 units) at the time of application
  • Have an average weighted mark of at least 60% (or satisfy additional eligibility criteria if mark is between 50-60%)
  • Have available space in your course for the applicable academic unit (domestic students may be able overload their degree)

Hackesche Hoefe Central Berlin, Germany.

Application deadlines

Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis, with places allocated to the first students to complete a full application and meet eligibility criteria.

  • Applications open: 7 November 2022
  • Final deadline for applications: 15 January 2023
     

Note: This program requires a minimum of participants to run. There is a maximum of 20 spots available.


Inclusions

  • Tailored internship placement
  • Pre-internship resume and interview coaching as needed
  • Visa assistance and most fees (if applicable)
  • 24/7 support and emergency assistance
  • CIEE On-site Orientation: includes pertinent info on student housing, cultural considerations, health and safety protocol, and local logistics.
  • Welcome meal as a part of orientation
  • Two cultural activities
  • Two professional development activities
  • Farewell dinner or culmination event
  • Swinburne travel insurance (subject to eligibility requirements)


Exclusions

  • Tuition fees
  • Accommodation
  • Airfares
  • Daily living expenses
Information sessions

Find out more about the program at one of our upcoming info sessions.