COMM5022 Industry Experience Program is a unique course that allows you to gain credit for an internship – whether they are opportunities in Australia or overseas. Internships are an effective way to stand out in a competitive job market. Prospective employers are looking for graduates who can easily transition into the workplace, so the experience gained via internships is invaluable.
In COMM5022, you are required to combine practical work experience with academic workshops and formal assessment tasks throughout the term. There are two ways you can join this course.
1. UNSW-sourced internship:
All postgraduate Business School students have access to our exclusive internship opportunities from the Career Accelerator jobs board on Business Connect. Like other job boards, you can apply for opportunities that inerest you. This is a competitive process against your peers, and you will undergo a standard interview process with our industry partners.
If you are a postgraduate Business School student and cannot access the job board, please email email@example.com
As enrolment is restricted, you can’t enrol yourself into this course. Once your placement is secured and approved on Business Connect, the UNSW Business School will enrol you into the course.
2. Self-sourced internship:
Internships need to fit into an academic term to be eligible for course credit so there’s just a few things to check before you submit an application for the course. An internship is eligible if the position is relevant to your degree and approved by the UNSW Business School.
Things your employer should know:
Your company must agree to abide by the UNSW Work Integrated Learning Core Terms here and they are required to approve your placement before you are enrolled in COMM5022.
Let your supervisor know they will receive an email from the CA team verifying the position, then a second email from the Business Connect platform where they need to sign in and complete the WIL Agreement to approve your placement. Please note that you must provide a work email for your supervisor, and they must be able to communicate with us in English.
If your employer has any questions about the process, they can contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Placement and Application closing dates:
Applications are due by:
Term 1 2024
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You are eligible for this course if you:
Important: Self-sourced internships must be relevant to your degree and approved by the UNSW Business School as meeting the relevant learning outcomes for the unit of study.
This course may count as a UNSW Business School Elective or alternate Capstone. It is your responsibility to ensure this course will count within your program requirements. It is recommended you refer to your program handbook and the progression plans to understand your current progression and program. Please contact your School to confirm if it is accepted as an alternate Capstone.
Assessment is satisfactory (SY)/unsatisfactory (FL) according to the standard UNSW scale.