Internships and engagement
Employers engage with UC students through internships, work-integrated learning, research, voluntary work and part-time work.
Offering an internship or summer/winter work placement is a great way to meet and recruit prospective employees. It gives employers a chance to view the intern for future potential work, and students are always very interested in obtaining relevant work experience.
Benefits of engagement
- Raise your profile and build the relationship between your organisation and the university
- Interns offer short-term support to deliver projects that you may not have the internal resources to complete
- Obtain access to the latest knowledge of recent technological innovations
You can advertise your internship/clerkship/project opportunities free of charge (criteria applies) on our recruitment platform NZUni Talent. To find out more about this dedicated student and graduate recruitment platform and to see if your internship meets the criteria, please go to the website.
UC engagement initiatives
Find out more
UC's Colleges and Schools co-ordinate a range of WIL opportunities. Visit the College webpages for information about current opportunities.
Professional & Community Engagement (PACE) internships are open to students from all disciplines