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Since 2016, Australiance Talent has assisted over 200 students and young graduates from top Australian, European, American or Asian universities to gain professional experience in Australia as they transition from study to work.
Our innovative win-win solution tailored to your budget is only one step away: Just tell us your needs to start a fantastic human journey, which may change your business for ever.
An intern is a student hired full-time by a company, up to 6 months, in order to apply his academic knowledge in a real business environment. An internship agreement is signed between the host company, the student and his/her university to define the relationship between the 3 parties.
Interns that have been successfully involved in our internship program in the past have been from the most prestigious universities in Australia and around the world.
Common academic backgrounds are:
Depending on your objectives and the profile of your ideal intern, the total cost of our internship solutions typically range from AUD 9,200 to AUD 15,200+GST for a 6-month internship, including our placement and management fees and the internship allowance paid to the student.
It is important to note that our services are FREE for students/applicants (unlike internship placement agencies charging student to find them an internship). During the recruitment process and the duration of their internship, we provide them guidance to ensure both the intern and your organisation have the best experience possible.
Please refer to our Services agreement to understand our services and obligations towards your organisation, the selected intern and his education provider.
Depending on the nature of the role, your requirements, the timing of the year and your budget it usually takes 1 to 4 weeks to find the perfect fit for your company.
Businesses are, under Australian law, permitted to engage an intern on an unpaid basis provided that intern is engaged in either a vocational placement (as defined by the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)) or as a genuine work experience.
If the internship is being taken as part of an education or training course from an Australian tertiary education institution and predominantly benefits the student it is likely to be a vocational placement.
Business may provide an intern a reimbursement of, or contribution to, expenses provided that such reimbursement or contribution is not calculated by reference to time worked. This reimbursement is considered an allowance.