Eller Summer Sydney Internship - GAV

Program Facts

Program Type: Other

Credit Type: UA Direct Credit

Level of Study: Undergraduate

GPA: 3.0

Class Eligibility: Junior , Senior

Language of Instruction: English

Program Open To: UA Students

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Vaccination against COVID-19 is mandatory for entry into Australia.

Build marketable skills while gaining résumé-boosting experience in a Fortune 1,000 or start-up company. The program incorporates an 8-week professional internship placement and 3 units of UA direct credit into your summer study abroad experience.

This program is open to all majors. Eller students can make an advising appointment through eSMS; Non-Eller students should email Lauren Findlow (lfindlow@arizona.edu) to make an advising appointment.

Vaccination against COVID-19 is mandatory for entry into Australia.

This program is organized by the Eller College of Management but is open to all UA students. The summer internship program includes 3 unit academic units (delivered by Eller) and an internship placement. Internship placements are full-time Monday-Friday. Your internship placement hours may vary depending on industry standards for your career field and will be determined prior to your arrival.

All participating students will receive 3 academic credits for BNAD 393A. For Eller students, these units can be applied directly towards the Global Business Program minor or can be used as general elective credit.

For all non-Eller students, it is your responsibility to discuss how this credit can be applied toward your degree requirements with your home department. If you do not get approval from your home department, then you will receive BNAD credit for the internship and this cannot be changed after you return, so please plan accordingly.

Sydney is recognized for its environmental initiatives, hosting major cultural events, and its innovative business center. This location is ideal for MIS, Operations Management, Finance, Economics, Accounting, Marketing, and Business Management majors.

Good To Know

LGBTQ+ Equality Index rating: Australia rates 78/100 (with 100 being the most equal) on Equaldex’s LGBTQ+ Equality Index.

Global Peace Index rating: Australia ranks 22/163 in the Global Peace Index. The lower the score, the more peaceful the country.

Language Spoken: English 79%, native and other languages 

Apartment-style accommodations located in central Sydney with easy access to public transportation, restaurants, and top tourist attractions.

TYPICAL COMMUTE: 10-40 minutes walking & using public transportation

UNIT AMENITIES: Kitchen, laundry, bed linens and towels included

Term: Summer
Application Deadline: January 24
Start Date: June 7
End Date: August 3

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