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Enrol into the Postgraduate Business Internship course BUSM4483 (12cp) or BUSM4609 (24cp) via Enrolment Online

Note – if you are unsure you if you have enough spare electives, contact Business Central


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Source your own placement relevant to your degree: 

  • Check out opportunities on Careerhub

  • Use your own networks and contacts

  • Visit other job boards such as Seek

Once you have secured a placement, confirm all specific details such as the host organisation name and address, supervisor contact details, placement dates, location of the placement, negotiated days and hours, key tasks and responsibilities you will be undertaking. This information is critical to complete the RMIT WIL Agreement.


Complete and sign the RMIT WIL Relationship Agreement before you commence your placement

  • Using the details of your placement complete the RMIT WIL Relationship Agreement Schedule 2.

  • For placements within Australia sign the Agreement Here

  • For placements outside Australia sign the Agreement Here

  • If you have sourced the placement yourself, request your host organisation sign the WIL Agreement and attach your schedule for their reference. If you have found your placement on Careerhub, the RMIT WIL team has already organised for the host organisation to sign the Agreement.


Consult with the WIL Academic to have the placement approved

  • Once your host has signed the agreement you will need to contact the Course Coordinator or WIL Academic to have your placement approved.  Share the Agreement so they will organise the final signature.

  • You will need to provide a position description which outlines the key tasks and responsibilities you will be undertaking during the internship.  The position description also should clearly state the total number of days or hours you will be interning for. 

  • Email bus.wil@rmit.edu.au to complete this step.


Record your placement in InPlace

  • Once your placement has been approved by the Course Coordinator, register your placement on the RMIT University system, InPlace

  • Refer to the Quick Reference Guide for step by step instructions.

  • Ensure you attach and upload the 3 required documents - the academic approval, your signed WIL agreement and employment contract before submitting


International Placements

  • If you are undertaking a placement overseas you must register your details with RMIT’s Global Mobility system Mobi in order to qualify to receive complimentary RMIT student travel insurance and access to International SOS

  • Ensure you complete all steps within Mobi


Commence your placement and complete required assessments

Once you have completed the above steps and secured an approved internship, you can commence the role

  • If your placement takes place before the term starts, click on the button below to access your assessments early

  • Ensure you have read and understood the required assessments. You should start your assessments during your placement.

  • When Canvas opens ensure you submit all assessments as instructed


Key dates

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Expression of Interest

If you are in the MBA, Exec MBA or JD program and haven’t found an internship

 
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Training Module

Now that you have applied for this elective, we highly recommend that you complete this short training module. This module explains your Rights and Responsibilities prior to commencing your internship. Your Course Coordinator may deem this module as mandatory prior to commencing your internship.

If you are off-site (not on RMIT grounds) you will be required to login:

  • Username: rmit

  • Password: wil