Industry based learning

Computing and Information Systems students have the opportunity to gain valuable industry experience by taking an internship during their undergraduate or graduate degree.

Undergraduate internships

Undergraduate internships are offered through the subject SCIE30002 (Science and Technology Internship). For this subject, the university supports students in finding their own internship, which involves 80-100 hours of work over the course of one semester.

Some internship offers are published by the university, and an up-to-date list can be found by signing into the student careers hub.

More information about the Science and Technology Internship subject, including deadlines, assessment, and enrolment requirements can be found at the link below.

Handbook entry: SCIE30002 (Science and Technology Internship)

Graduate Internships

The industry based learning subject, ENGR90033 Internship, allows students to work with our industry partners while earning credit points towards their degree. While designed to improve employability, completion of this subject does not guarantee employment.

Handbook entry: ENGR90033 Internship

Subject overview

Subject ENGR90033 Internship
Credit points 25 points across one semester
Courses Master of Software Engineering

Master of Information Technology

Master of Information Systems
Offered in Summer term; Semester 1; Semester 2
Pre-requisitesSee Handbook entry
Competitive entry Yes
Assessed Yes
Paid Depends on host company
Number of industry hours At least 350 hours
How to applyView instructions
Placement self-sourced or University-sourced Both available

Further information

For enquiries, email:

Prof Shanton Chang