International and Development Internship Program

RMIT Interns

Participants of RMIT's International and Development Internship Program.

Complete the transition from student to professional with a 12 month internship in the International and Development portfolio, RMIT University:

  • Enhance your technical and professional skills whilst studying.
  • Full time and part time internships on offer.
  • Undertake challenging and exciting projects.
  • Develop skills and knowledge working in a large and complex organization.
  • Develop networks and work directly with senior staff.
  • Work in a supportive and engaging environment.

International and Development are offering 12 month internship opportunities for current students and recent graduates from the following specialist areas:

  • Marketing
  • Communications
  • Digital Media
  • Finance
  • International Relations
  • International Business

For your information Applications opening soon. Further details will be available shortly.

What is International and Development?

The International and Development Portfolio (I&D) leads and coordinates the University's internationalisation, industry engagement, marketing, fundraising and alumni activity, providing services to internal and external clients and stakeholders.

Work alongside a team of professionals delivering services and support to all areas of the University. Work in a supportive, creative and connected environment that is committed to making a difference.


You will be embedded within one of the International and Development portfolio’s seven business units where you will use your technical and professional skills learned from studying at RMIT to make real contributions to the activities and operations of I&D.


The internships are only open to current RMIT students or recent RMIT graduates (typically those who just completed their study).


12 month internships. January to December.

Time fraction

We are offering both full and part time roles and these can be flexible to fit in with your study commitments.

Recruitment process

A competitive process is undertaken to identify the successful applicants. Students are asked to submit a formal application.

Hear from some of our Interns

"The internship allowed us to build on our skills while also making a valuable contribution to our department." - Cassandra Wright, Communications

"I’ve been trusted with a lot of interesting projects and given great opportunities." - Isobel Roberts-Orr, International Relations

"This opportunity has allowed me to learn and expand my skills." - Shannon McKeogh, Marketing and Student Recruitment