What is a Monash Sourced placement?
- The WIL team contact a host organisation and arrange specifically defined placements
- Monash Sourced placements may be with a host organisation either in Australia or overseas
- ALL host organisations must meet Monash University OHS guidelines and be approved to be part of the WIL program
- Students are not required to be paid during their placements as they receive academic credit (the WIL team does not ask any host to provide payment to students for Monash sourced placements)
What kind of Monash Sourced placements are available?
- Our placements are specifically secured for students studying the full range of programs in an Arts Undergraduate degree
- We work with over 400 partner host organisations, so a wide range of options are available
- WIL placements can be undertaken as a free elective or can count towards a major (with approval)
Please note: our team does not source journalism or psychology placements.
Current opportunities (Undergraduate)
- indicate a preference for one of the listed opportunities below in your application
- submit an application outlining your ideal internship opportunity and the experience/skills you would like to gain
You will be asked to provide your major, areas of interest and skills or activities you would like to do, and if your application is successful, we will use this to match you with one of our partner hosts and placements.
The lists below are an indication of the opportunities currently available during the current semester. This is not an exhaustive list and should be used as an indication only of the kinds of placements offered.
We have some exciting opportunities available in India for Summer 2019/2020 (more will be listed soon!). Watch this space to find out how to apply.
Student Sourced placements
If you have a very specific idea of the type of placement you would like or the organisation you would like to undertake a placement with, you should consider applying for a student sourced placement. See our Student Sourced Placements page for information on how to approach an organisation and how to apply to use your placement to complete a WIL unit.
Placement Proposal questions
As part of the application process, you will be asked to respond to some proposal questions. We will use your responses to these questions to assess your application. If successful, you will be shortlisted for ONE of the preferences you have selected. You may not be shortlisted for your first preference.
Your responses may also be shared with the host organisation when we send your resume; we therefore encourage you to take time with your responses and make sure they are written clearly.
Please see the questions below with some information on what we need to know.
1. Please describe what type of placement you are interested in and what you hope to achieve?
Please provide clear information about the type of placement you are seeking and what you would like to gain from your placement.
Onshore applications: you may wish to specify at least one of the listed opportunities.
Offshore applications: please specify your three preferred opportunities in this section, and why you are interested in them.
2. Please identify what specific skills you would you like to develop during your placement and why?
You will need to provide information on your areas for development and improvement that this placement will provide. (e.g. technical skills, communication skills, teamwork)
3. What personal and professional goals do you hope to achieve as part of your placement?
In this section you should be able to provide us with information on how your placement will support your career goals.
4. Please explain how the placement you hope to gain is relevant to your degree/major and how it will enhance your learning.
In this section you will need to describe how the placement will relate to your course or major.
(As part of your application, there will also be a 5th question which must be answered)