Internships and Global Opportunities for RMIT students
Are you looking for an affordable, hassle-free way to recruit fresh talent for your business?
RMIT is keen to partner with you to recruit our student interns.
Our Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Programs offer you cost-effective staffing solution that ensures your business remains competitive and sustainable .
Because of the entrepreneurial thinking our students bring to the workplace, employers often choose to keep our students on after their internship.
Read about some of our most successful WIL participants below:
Konrad Spilva - Isobar CEO
Konrad Spilva Bachelor or Business, Marketing (2000). He completed a ten month full time internship at Ford Astralia in 2000.
Konrad is now the CEO of Isobar. Isobar is a global, full-service, digital marketing agency with over 4500 people in over 70 offices across more than 45 markets. Isobar transforms businesses and brands by creatively solving their clients’ business challenges in the digital age. Technology, design and customer experience are at the heart of what Isobar does.
Read Konrad's full profile here.
Mia Klitsas - Founder of Moxie
Mia Klitsas completed a Bachelor of Business Marketing (2004). She was then selected to complete a year long internship at multi-national company Philip Morris in 2003. Mia worked with senior marketing management on the implementation of local and international (Asia Pacific) marketing programs/strategies relating to major brands such as Marlboro, Peter Jackson and Alpine. 'The experience gained at such an early stage in my career is what gave me the confidence and basic skill-set to allow me to be able to start my own business, in turn developing and launching my own products.'
Mia Klitsas is the Founder of Moxie-purse worthy personal care products which have re-designed feminine hygeine with convenience, quality and style in mind.
Read Mia's full profile here
Fastrack is a design-led innovation accelerator program, combining top students from across RMIT with innovative industry partners to solve real-world challenges. Over 13 high-intensity weeks, Fastrack teams, alongside industry mentors and expert coaches, are guided through a design-driven innovation process to co-develop creative solutions to problems – solutions that have the potential to impact organisations, industries and society at large.
Find out more here.
2015 Fastrack Award-Winning Team-Sophie McDonald, Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management and Finance), Jake Allan, Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship), Ben Grant, Bachelor of Communications (Advertising)
The Global Entrepreneurship and Internship Program
The Global Entrepreneurship and Internship Program (GEIP) offers you a range of tailored international programs designed to help you accelerate your career. Spend your winter break in Singapore learning about entrepreneurship in Asia, spend your summer in Indonesia working on fashion logistics problems or in San Francisco meeting start-up founders.
The following categories are offered:
We know that no two start-ups or people are the same. That’s why we curate tailored experiences for you around where you’re at with your
idea or start-up. This means you get everything you need and nothing you don’t.
Explore the journey and find your starting point.