Internships & Industry Engagement

Project Albany: the National Archives of Australia Internship Program

The National Centre for Australian studies has embarked on a partnership with the National Archives of Australia securing student placements in one of our country’s most important digitisation projects. Students enrolled in ‘Anzac Legends: Australians at War’ assist the cataloguing of repatriation records, recovering the experience of the men and women who returned from the Great War. The repatriation records are one of the strategies largest archival holdings and their richness and diversity makes them unique in the world.

Read more about Anzac Legends: Australians at War…

Repat Cataloguing

International Industry Internships in Tourism

The tourism program hosted by the National Centre for Australian Studies has excellent international networks and partners and you may wish to participate in an international student exchange semester at one of our prestigious partner universities in Sweden, Estonia or Latvia. High-achieving students will be invited to apply for an international internship program in Estonia via the Estonian Business School (EBS).

As part of your studies, you have the opportunity to acquire practical research consultancy experience within the European Union in association with the Estonian Tourist Board and the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs.

Visit our Study Abroad page to learn more about studying in Estonia.

All students can apply for funding to attend international field schools via Monash Abroad


Internship Opportunities in one of Europe’s Leading Museums

The National Centre for Australian Studies has established an internship program with Ieper’s world-class museum, ‘In Flanders Fields’. The Museum explores the impact of World War One through state of the art technology, innovative aerial archaeology, and the close interrogation of archives and artifacts. Monash students reside for periods of to 6 months in Belgium, research battles on the salient, contribute to gallery development and place the Australian experience of the Great War in a transnational context. For more information about the internships program, contact the manager of the Faculty’s internship program.