Arts Internships

Arts Internships

An internship can be the perfect way to boost your skill set while earning credit towards your degree. Put your Arts degree into practice by undertaking an internship unit with the Faculty of Arts.


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Australian Embassy in Rome

Role Description: On occasions when there is a public diplomacy event organized by the Embassy the intern may be asked to assist outside of core Embassy hours. Learning objectives and internship description Internships allow university students with an interest in Australia’s international relations to gain an insight into the work of the Embassy, and particularly of our Public Diplomacy, Political and Economic section. Tasks will involve assisting in the organization of public diplomacy events,undertaking research, note-taking at international meetings, drafting reports on political and economic developments in Italy, and assisting with social media. Interns will also be given an opportunity to observe other areas of operation at the Embassy, including the work of our consular and passport section.  We require applicants to have a high level of English and at least an intermediate level of Italian.

1 November 2018

Research and General Business Internship – Monash in Indonesia

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Monash Indonesia Representative Office (MIRO) is a Monash-only initiative and our first international representative office. MIRO’s focus is research collaboration, alumni enrichment, collaborative partnerships, and industry and government linkages. MIRO supports a range of activities across diverse disciplines of Monash. Initial areas of focus include health, rail technology, food and education.

28 October 2018

Pollinate Energy Fellowship Program – India

Pollinate Energy is a social business based in Australia and India. They bring life-changing products to people who need them most: the millions living in poverty in India’s urban slums.

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The Weiner Library / Study of the Holocaust and Genocide – London, UK

The Wiener Library is one of the world's leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust and Nazi era.  Formed in 1933, the Library's unique collection of over one million items includes published and unpublished works, press cuttings, photographs and eyewitness testimony.

26 October 2018
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