Student Sourced Placements- Onshore
How to apply – Student sourced internships (onshore)
Prior to submitting an application, please refer to the relevant FAQ's and information sessions. Please remember you can contact us with questions. Note that the information below is for on-shore student sourced internships. To apply for a student sourced international internship please see here.
Prepare answers to the proposal questions
As part of the application process, you will be asked to respond to 5 questions that will be used to assess your application suitability and provide details about your host organisation. Please read through the proposal questions below and the response recommendations thoroughly.
1. Please describe the placement/project opportunity that you have sourced. In this section you should list the name of the opportunity (position title), information about:
- what project or program you will be working on
- which department or team you will be in
- what tasks and duties you will be undertaking
2. Please identify what specific skills you would you like to develop during your placement and why?
- You will need to provide information on your areas for development and improvement that this placement will provide. (e.g. technical skills, communication skills, teamwork)
3. What personal and professional goals do you hope to achieve as part of your placement?
- In this section you should be able to provide us with information on how your placement will support your career goals.
4. Please explain how the placement you are proposing is relevant to your degree/major and how it will enhance your learning
- In this section you will need to describe how the placement will relate to your course or major.
5. What strategies and actions will you need to adopt to ensure you have a positive placement experience? (Please don't exceed 200 words)
- Consider how you will make the most of the placement experience and your professional conduct.
Ensure you have completed all the preparation work under the “Before you apply” tab
You will need to answer 5 questions that will be used to assess your application suitability and provide details about your host organisation.
Please complete all information requested in the online application form, including the unit you are planning to enrol in.
Please ensure you upload the Student Placement pack as detailed in Step 2.
You will not be able to submit your application unless you have uploaded the required documents.
After your application has been submitted, we will send you an application acknowledgement email. Please note that onshore applications take on average up to 4 weeks to process and offshore applications take on average up to 8 weeks to process
Your eligibility will be assessed and your application will be checked to ensure we have all the information we need. We’ll contact you if we need further information.
We will conduct checks on the placement suitability and your host organisation. If we need any more information we’ll contact you by email.
- We’ll get in touch to let you know the final outcome of your application. This may be as late as O-week depending on when you submitted your application and the type of placement you are applying for.
- If your application is successful, we’ll send you a confirmation email with a Student Acknowledgement form attached.
- To finalise the application process and accept the placement, you will need to sign and return this form via InPlace
- Once the signed Student Acknowledgement form is received you will be able to enrol in the unit via WES. Dates where this will be available are also included in your confirmation email.
OHS Induction: If your placement is onsite/physical then you’ll need to complete a Student Site OHS Induction Checklist within the first week of your placement. Once the document is signed and completed, you will need to upload it to InPlace. If your placement is virtual/remote you will need to complete a Remote Working Arrangement form. Details of these forms will also be in your confirmation email. These must be uploaded via InPlace.
How to apply – Student sourced internships (international)
You will be required to register with Monash Abroad. This will provide the university with information regarding your placement overseas. Your placement will not be approved and you will not be enrolled in the WIL unit unless you have submitted your Monash Abroad registration.
- Email - email@example.com
- Phone - (03) 9903 8866