About the Western Sydney University's Business Internship Programs
The School of Business at WSU offers interns across a range of disciplines including:
- Hospitality management
- Human resource management
- Sports management.
The School of Business offers both paid and unpaid internships for students across a range of organisations including small to medium sized businesses (SMEs), large corporations, the government sector (local, state and federal), and the not-for-profit sector.
How will an intern benefit the employer?
An internship is a win-win opportunity for both employers and students. While employers are able to secure innovative, skilled students to assist with projects, students are able to gain a taste of their chosen career.
Students are allocated an academic supervisor and are covered by the university's insurances while they are on placement.
Undergraduate Internships - Unpaid
Undergraduate internships are usually offered to students in their final year of a Bachelor of Business degree.
Postgraduate Internships - Unpaid
Postgraduate Business Internships are offered through the Sydney Graduate School of Management (SGSM) at WSU.
The SGSM Business Internships are unpaid and run four times a year, with an intake each quarter.
- Quarter 1: Mid to late January
- Quarter 2: Early to mid April
- Quarter 3: Late June to early July
- Quarter 4: Mid to late September.
Students can undertake an internship for three or six months.
Internships - Paid
If you would like to offer a paid internship and would like further information, please contact: email@example.com
Where can employers find further information?
Employers interested in offering an unpaid undergraduate or postgraduate internship, and would like further information, please contact:
Business Internships at WSU