Information for businesses and organisations
UC Arts undergraduates are able to put their research and critical decision-making skills to the test on real-world problems with Bachelor of Arts internship courses.
About the College of Arts
Our goal is to work jointly with businesses and community organisations to provide productive and strategic outcomes on real world projects. Students can bring a fresh perspective, new skills and innovative approaches to your workplace or organisation.
The College of Arts at UC offers education in a diverse selection of disciplines and subjects, and promotes the development of a comprehensive range of skills and expertise.
Benefit from our Interns' expertise
College of Arts Interns can offer expertise in a wide range of areas
- Research and Analysis
- Media, Communications and Social Media
- Writing and Research
- Cultural Projects
- Social and Political Research
- Community and Social Engagement Projects
- Archival and Historical Documentation
- Digital Humanities
How internships work
Students accepted into the internship programmes work with a local business or organisation for around 150 hours for a 300-level course, or 75 hours for a 200-level course, on a custom-specified project. The hours are flexible and can be completed throughout the year, during a semester, during term breaks or over the summer vacation. Each project has measurable milestones and agreed-upon end products. The internship courses include an academic component, with interns working under the supervision of a specialist from the university and each project is fully managed by the College of Arts Internship Co-ordinator.
How you can benefit
Interns can provide support for your current projects, expedite organisations wish-list projects, or analyse behind-the-scenes research for future projects. We work with businesses, government, organisations, community and volunteer groups, NGOs, and cultural and sporting organisations.
What you can offer
Interns gain valuable work experience and, through a fully supported academic programme, are able to offer businesses and organisations targeted and tangible benefits. We can work with your business to develop individual internships and we can facilitate larger group projects for social and community engagement projects.
The College of Arts is also able to arrange other forms of Work Integrated Learning (WIL) and work experience projects at all levels of expertise.
Could an internship work for your organisation?
The Internship Coordinator can offer further advice and information