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AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT 90% REBATE

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The inclusive nature of the program means it is open to everyone, with an emphasis on gender equity and placing domestic, regional, Indigenous and disadvantaged PhD students into STEM internships.

As of 20 October 2020, an Australian Government 90% rebate is available to all Australian businesses that engage a domestic PhD student intern. This brings down the total cost of a 3-month project to just $2,000.

PRICING

Australian Government 90% Rebate

3-MONTH PROJECT COST: $20,000

INDUSTRY PARTNER UPFRONT
COMMITMENT: $20,000

GOV. REBATE TO INDUSTRY PARTNER: $18,000

NET COST TO INDUSTRY PARTNER: $2,000

Project cost includes a $3,000 per month student scholarship, a one-off $5,500 academic mentor fee and a one-off $5,500 project management fee.

3-month internship normally $20,000; only $2,000 with 90% rebate
4-month internship normally $23,000; only $2,300 with 90% rebate
5-month internship normally $26,000; only $2,600 with 90% rebate

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PLACEMENTS

From 1 January 2021, we will again be able to offer a 50% industry rebate on projects with international students under the Australian Government’s National Research Internships Program.

If you are interested in engaging an international PhD student intern before 1 January 2021, please contact us to discuss further.

ELIGIBILITY 

Internship executed by APR.Intern on or after 20 October 2020

90% rebate will only be granted to industry partners once all agreed milestones and reporting outlined in the project contract are completed and approved by APR.Intern

PhD student must be domestic and have full-time or part-time enrolment status at an Australian university

The total number of rebates offered are limited, and subject to targets in relation to domestic participation and gender equity – rebates will be offered at the discretion of APR.Intern

This program is supported by the Australian Government Department of Education, through the ‘Supporting more women in STEM careers: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) – National Research Internships Program’.