Currently there are not internships opportunities with the Centre
The CfCSC internship program
- Students in their final years of an undergraduate course, enrolled in honours programs or currently doing post-graduate studies
- Recent tertiary graduates
- Early career professionals
- The commitment required for a CfCSC internship is at least 20 days, with a minimum commitment of one day per week.
- CfCSC interns applying for a scholarship position receive an allowance of $500 to help cover expenses during their working period (these positions are advertised regularly, and specifically as scholarship positions)
- The possibility of obtaining credit towards a degree. Applicants need to seek academic advice from their respective Schools regarding recognition of the CfCSC internship program.
- Will receive references to assist with future professional employment
- To apply for the current advertised positions please fill in an application form, attach a copy of your CV, and email firstname.lastname@example.org. Students and early career professionals can submit a general application throughout the year by emailing a completed application form and copy of your CV. If you have further enquiries about the internship program please contact Samantha Ryan.
The leading research centre in CSC in the field, the CfCSC has a global network of experts and researchers working in a range of CSC related fields, an intensive grounded research culture and a strong commitment to fostering PhD candidat...
The leading research centre in CSC in the field, the CfCSC has a global network of experts and researchers working in a range of CSC related fields, an intensive grounded research culture and a strong commitment to fostering PhD candidates.
The Centre offers its PhD candidates unparalleled access to world-class advisors, links to experts in the field and opportunities for transdisciplinary collaboration.
It has successfully secured scholarships and funding for numerous PhD candidates, and sees this assistance in securing financial support as part of its mandate. Furthermore, the Centre’s PhD candidates are supported through writing retreats, conference support, and scholarship top- ups.
The Centre undertakes research under four themes:
• Participatory development communication
• Media and empowerment
• Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for social change
• Communication for transdisciplinary research for development (R4D)
The Centre’s commitment to PhD students is enhanced by The University of Queensland’s dedication to research. The University of Queensland (UQ) is consistently ranked in the top three research universities in Australia and is among the top 1per cent of universities in the world:
• 43rd – QS World University Rankings
• 86th – Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities 2011
• Top 100 – Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2011
UQ is home to over 2000 research experts that conduct more than 2330 research projects with collaborators in over 50 countries. With annual research income in excess of AUD$320 million and more than 130 research centres, UQ is a leader in industry collaboration and research funding in Australia and is at the forefront of the world's research discoveries.
The University of Queensland has awarded over 13,000 students with a research higher degree (RHD) and is currently supporting a further 4,000 students to achieve their research goals.
The CfCSC provides opportunities for students to further develop their understanding and application of Communication for Social Change through the following programs, offered under the School of Journalism and Communicati...
The CfCSC provides opportunities for students to further develop their understanding and application of Communication for Social Change through the following programs, offered under the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Queensland.
This field of communication and social change provides an in-depth understanding of communication for social change theory and practice. It will explore the different ways in which communication can be leveraged to bring about change in attitudes, behaviour and knowledge in individuals and communities. It will analyse the ways in which 'participation' can make a difference in the planning, implementation and evaluation of development processes, the key role played by culture in social change, and contemporary uses of community media and ICTs in the facilitation of change. It is designed to strengthen critical skills, build capacities for work in the state, inter-governmental and NGO sectors, and build research excellence.
Please find below links to postgraduate programs specialising in Communication for Social Change:
- Communication for Social Change Field of Study
- Graduate Certificate in Communication (Communication for Social Change)
- Graduate Diploma in Communication (Communication for Social Change)
- Master of Communication (Communication for Social Change)