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Shape your future.
Get real industry experience with an internship.

In partnership with Australia Awards Myanmar, Outcome.Life has developed a gateway for students to enhance their professional skills and networks in Australia.

Why Internships?

Internships can strengthen scholars’ knowledge, provide professional experiences and establish networks, and personal connections in Australia. 

Getting experience within the Australian industry is an invaluable opportunity for international students to stand out from the crowd and to kickstart their careers. 

Most businesses in Australia value an internship experience when hiring a graduate. Outcome.Life internships set you apart from the rest.

Outcome.Life work with over 5,000 host companies and  across a range of industries, specialisations, and locations.

Learn from the best

Some popular internships:

Information Technology:

  • Business Analyst: Process mapping, market research, data analysis, general documentation and planning, CRM customisation
  • Developers: Front-end, back-end using a variety of technologies. Most commonly html, Java, Javascript, CSS, MYSQL
  • IT Support: Helpdesk positions involving troubleshooting and solving issues with various hardware and software
  • Networking: Hardware and cloud-based


  • Civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, structural and more
  • Make an immediate impact in areas such as procurement preparation, energy auditing, site surveying and life cycle costing
  • Use of software such as AutoCad, Revit, STAAD and MATLAB



  • Bookkeeping, accounts payable and receivable, stocktake, management accounting
  • Accounting assistance on MYOB, Xero, Quickbooks, Excel
  • Data entry and with appropriate supervision, construction of some financial statements
  • Income tax returns, FBT preparation, maintenance of Fixed Asset Registers, General Ledger reconciliations, Audits

Business & Marketing:

  • Digital marketing strategies, including paid advertising and SEO
  • Social media & blog content creation and scheduling
  • Target market, competitor & persona research
  • Assist with marketing budgeting & planning
  • Event planning, hosting & promotion


Other internship Placement Sectors:

  • Public Health
  • Hospitality
  • Food Science 
  • Web & Graphic Design
  • Public Policy
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Journalism
  • Logistics
  • Non-profit Management
  • Visual Arts
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Environmental Science
  • Event Management
  • Fashion
  • Process Automation
  • International Business
  • Law
  • Media/Communications
  • Public Health
  • Tourism
Why Add An Internship To Your Experience?
Hear from Dechen, an Australia Awards scholar from Bhutan studying Renewable and Sustainable Energy at Murdoch University. Through Outcome.Life, she is doing an internship with Generation Green and is excited about the professional network she's been able to build.
Internship Outcomes


The degree is only part of the journey.

The experience of being involved in the Australian workforce is not something you can learn from books or research.


Work with experienced thinkers.

Businesses are more likely to hire someone based on a trusted recommendation from a friend or colleague. The hidden job market starts with a coffee or an internship.



Receive a return on investment from your education.

Let’s be honest – we get a good education so we can get a job. You are more likely to get employment after completing an internship.

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Remote Internships

  • Apply for a virtual internship with an Australian organisation in a relevant industry or area of interest.
  • The same as a traditional office-based internship but from the comfort of your own home!
  • Practice working flexibly and remotely within a team with extra supervisor support. 

Program Inclusions

  • Full compliance with FairWork Australia laws and guidelines.
  • Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance for the full duration of the internship.
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The Value of Outcome.Life Internships:

  • Experience in an Australian or International company.
  • Access to Outcome.Life’s vast networking events.
  • Become job-ready.
  • Increased employability and career prospects.

Eligibility Criteria

To apply for a virtual internship, you must:

  • Currently be studying in Australia on an Australia Awards Scholarship.
  • Be a citizen of Myanmar.
  • Ensure that the virtual internship does not adversely affect your study commitments.
  • Ensure that you can complete the internship within your Scholarship period.
  • Submit a personal statement outlining how the opportunity aligns with your long-term professional goals.
  • Commit to submitting a Australia Award Myanmar Virtual Internships Completion Report.

If you are placed in a virtual internship, you are required to provide written confirmation from your Student Contact Officer (or Course Adviser if you are a research student) that you are on track with your studies and the opportunity will not adversely affect your study.

Any opportunity you take on must be completed in conjunction with your education, within the existing Scholarship period. You will not be granted a visa extension to undertake this opportunity. During an opportunity, all regulations applicable to an Australia Awards scholar and an international student in Australia will continue to apply.

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International student smiling in a business suit.

Assessment Criteria

Your application will be judged against:

  • How the proposed activity aligns with your course of study and/or extracurricular interests.
  • How the proposed activity enhances your long-term professional goals upon returning home.
  • How the proposed activity enhances your personal and/or professional connection.

Your application must also show how your opportunity aligns with one or more of the following themes:

  • Experience: activities focusing on the invaluable experience of gaining a world-class education and living in Australia.
  • Collective: activities focusing on the development of personal and professional networks and partnerships.
  • Empowerment: activities focusing on the individual’s pursuit to make a difference in their lives and for their country.
  • Prestige: activities focusing on the high-quality education and career progression an Australia Awards Scholarship provides.

In addition, you are encouraged to identify opportunities that align with Partnerships for Recovery: Australia’s COVID-19 Development Response, an Australian Government development policy that outlines Australia’s approach to COVID-19 response and recovery in Myanmar

Quick Facts


A typical internship will require scholars to commit to three work sessions per week for 12 weeks.


Internships do not count towards 20 working hours.


Internships are unpaid but fully compliant and offers an opportunity for you to develop your skills.

Start Date

The internship start date is flexible but must commence before 15 December 2021.

Your New Opportunity is One Click Away!

Complete the form below to apply for this opportunity with Australia Awards Myanmar and Outcome.Life. Cut off for applications is on Friday, 16 July.

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