A partnership between APR.Intern and the NSW Defence Innovation Network (DIN) will accelerate Defence innovation by providing local businesses with access to specialist research expertise.
Under the agreement, DIN will provide 30 Defence businesses with a $10,000 APR.Intern subsidy to help fill skills gaps and fast-track R&D. The businesses will be matched with PhD students from Australia’s leading universities, and benefit from APR.Intern’s short-term results-driven research placements.
This subsidy can be combined with the Australian Government rebate.
These internships will contribute to placements delivered under the Australian Government’s ‘Supporting more women in STEM careers: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI)—National Research Internship Program (NRIP)’.
Contact us for more information on how this subsidy can be combined with the Australian Government rebate.
Please note: Due to the sensitivity and security of DIN projects, students must have Australian Citizenship to apply. Students also need to be enrolled in one of the following universities; Macquarie University, The University of Newcastle, The University of New South Wales, The University of Sydney, University of Technology Sydney, University of Wollongong or Western Sydney University. Any applicants not meeting this requirement will automatically be deemed ineligible for the applied project.