NEW AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT 50% REBATE

APR.Intern is committed to driving innovation in more areas. The inclusive nature of APR.Intern means it’s open to everyone, with an emphasis on gender equity and placing domestic, regional, Indigenous and disadvantaged PhD students into STEM internships

Right now, a new Australian Government rebate is opening up opportunities for women in STEM through short-term 3 to 5 month PhD industry internships.

PRICING

Australian Government 50% Rebate

$26K PROGRAM COST

$15K
PHD STUDENT AT $3K PER MONTH

$5.5K
ACADEMIC MENTOR PAYMENT

$5.5K
ADMINISTRATION COST PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Price includes a monthly $3k per month student stipend, one-off $5.5k academic mentor fee and one-off project management fee.

3 month internship normally $20k, only $10k with rebate
4 month internship normally $23k, only $11.5k with rebate
5 month internship normally $26k, only $13k with rebate

ELIGIBILITY

An Australian Government rebate of 50%  is available to all small-to-medium and large enterprises, and government agencies across all industry sectors.

A rebate will be granted by APR.Intern to all industry partners who achieve agreed milestones and reporting, as outlined in the project contract.

*THE FINE PRINT

50% 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 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 equality. 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’.