Work with a community organisation in India or Indonesia Logo_UniversityMelbourne_2018

This is an opportunity for undergraduates from various faculties at the University of Melbourne to:

  • Share skills and gain practical experience working in India or Indonesia
  • Support the advancement and empowerment of marginalised groups
  • Gain practical experience in project work, research and cross-cultural communication
  • Secure 12.50 credit points towards your degree


Victoria India Internship Program

Work in India to support Pravah, an organisation inspiring social change through leadership and youth empowerment all across India. Check out Pravah's website.


Science research students have the opportunity to work with Restless Development, who are also committed to working alongside youth across communities in India. Learn more about Restless Development.


Work in Yogyakarta, Indonesia to support grassroots community organisation Satunama in their efforts to promote democracy, good governance, equity and community empowerment. Learn more about Satunama.

Next round of applications open in August 2018

Kate Foley - CVC Global

"I have come to realise that development does not necessarily belong to only a select few job titles. Working in the Media nd Knowledge Management Department has helped me realise that development requires many different roles, undertaken by many different types of people."

Kate Foley, third-year student, Melbourne University.