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APR.Intern is supported by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment, through the ‘Supporting more women in STEM careers: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) – National Research Internships Program’. An Australian Government 50% rebate is available to all Australian businesses that place a domestic PhD intern.

A partnership between APR.Intern and NSW’s Defence Innovation Network (DIN) will provide 30 eligible Defence businesses with a $10,000 APR.Intern subsidy to fast-track R&D. When combined with the Australian Government 50% rebate, this brings down the cost of a 3-month project to $5,000.

APR.Intern’s partnership with WA’s Defence Science Centre (DSC) will accelerate local Defence innovation. Under the agreement, DSC will provide eligible SMEs with a $10,000 APR.Intern subsidy. When combined with the Australian Government 50% rebate, this brings down the cost of a 3-month project to $5,000.

A partnership between APR.Intern and VIC’s Defence Science Institute (DSI) will provide eligible Defence businesses with a $10,000 APR.Intern subsidy to help tackle research challenges. When combined with the Australian Government 50% rebate, this brings down the cost of a 3-month project to $5,000.

A partnership between APR.Intern and Food Innovation Australia Limited (FIAL) will accelerate STEM PhD research talent into food and agriculture businesses. Under the agreement, FIAL will provide eligible businesses with an APR.Intern subsidy of up to $4,000. When combined with the Australian Government 50% rebate, this brings down the cost of a 3-month project to $8,000.

A partnership between APR.Intern and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) will put new technologies, business models and digitalisation in reach of Australian manufacturers. Under the agreement, IMCRC will provide eligible businesses with up to $10,000 in funding support. When combined with the Australian Government 50% rebate, this brings down the cost of a 3-month project to $5,000 for IMCRC partners or $7,500 for non-IMCRC partners.

A partnership between APR.Intern and MedTech and Pharma Growth Centre (MTPConnect) will increase workforce capabilities and strengthen research translation within Australia’s medtech, biotech and pharmaceutical sector. Businesses within the sector can access a $10,000 APR.Intern subsidy. Together with the Australian Government 50% rebate, this covers the entire net cost of a full-time 3-month research project.

PLACEMENT PARTNERSHIPS

APR.Intern has also partnered with forward-thinking organisations to deliver a series of PhD student placements over several years. These innovative partnerships accelerate the engagement of PhDs in industry.

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