An internship is a great way to try out a possible career options and pinpoint what interests and inspires you.
Not only will you have the chance to meet new people but you’ll also gain employment experience and develop and extend the skills you’re currently developing in your degree. Through an internship you can make valuable career contacts, develop mentoring relationships and network with professionals in your field
When you graduate you’ll find that an internship experience makes you more competitive in the job market – it’s a chance to apply your knowledge to real-life situations and take charge of your education. You decide what you would like to learn and how.
Find out more:
Contact our professional placements coordinator Colleen Lewis or our professional placements manager Robin Chacko on +613-99034052. Or visit our Website:
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