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Types of internships
Professional internships are unpaid training periods of between 4 weeks and 12 months (depending on visa), organised in most industries and cities in Australia.
Each internship is custom-designed which means the applicants are able to choose their start date, duration and the exact experience they wish to gain from the placement. MPI will then explore its huge database and beyond to find the company to meet these requirements. These internships are popular among university students, school leavers and young professionals wishing to consolidate their studies, better understand their industry, move into a new field, enhance their career prospects or prepare themselves for university.
Undertaking a professional internship allows applicants to experience their area of studies/interest in a practical way, gain valuable industry experience and make industry contacts.
These internships are within the hospitality field. The internships are remunerated and between 6 months and 1 year in duration.
Roles undertaken are rotational within the various departments of the hotel (normally 2-4 areas). This program is popular among international students and entry level professionals looking to extend their knowledge and experience to that of the Australian hospitality industry, whilst also funding their stay in Australia.
A hospitality internship is open to applicants currently studying or qualified in the hospitality field. Applicants will also need to have upper intermediate level of conversational English (MPI will conduct a telephone interview where necessary). Applicants do not need to have practical experience. Wages will be paid in accordance with Australian award wages. These normally lie between AU$12 and AU$20 per hour.
Hospitality Work Experience (Working Holiday visa)
These are paid positions of between 6 months and 1 year within the Hospitality field. Roles undertaken include Food & Beverage, Front Office, Housekeeping and Kitchen. This program is popular among international students and travellers on the Working Holiday Visa looking to combine their travels in Australia with employment in the hospitality industry.
Hospitality work experience positions are open to applicants eligible for a Working Holiday Visa in Australia.
Applicants will also need to have an intermediate level of conversational English (MPI will conduct a telephone interview where necessary). Applicants do not need to have practical experience but it can be a great advantage if they do. Wages will be paid in accordance with Australian award wages. These normally lie between AU$12 and AU$20 per hour.
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