Internship (Master of Governance and Public Policy) (POLS7125)
Politic Sc & Internat Studies
#8 postgraduate POLS
Research Report (6,000 words)
Dr A. Stark
Work Integrated Learning
Current course offerings
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|Summer Semester, 2016||St Lucia||Internal||Profile unavailable|
|Semester 1, 2017||St Lucia||Internal||Course Profile|
|Semester 2, 2017||St Lucia||Internal||Profile unavailable|
|Summer Semester, 2017||St Lucia||Internal||Profile unavailable|
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This is a restricted entry course and School consent must be obtained prior to enrolment. The Internship is based on a mutually agreed partnership between the student and an external organisation. The student agrees to carry out a research project on a topic/issue of direct interest to the external organisation. In return, the external organisation agrees to provide the support necessary for the project to be completed within a definite time-frame. Secondary supervision is also provided by an academic staff member from the School. Established internship partners include: the Queensland Government, the federal and Queensland parliaments, and a number of other national, government and non-government agencies. The availability of internships is limited. Applicants will be awarded places on academic merit taking into consideration their GPA and previous study history. All additional costs incurred by students undertaking this course remain the responsibility of the student. Limited funding support is available on a competitive basis to successful applicants.