2019 Internship program at the Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security

May 29, 2019

Internship applications close Friday 21 June 2019.

The Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security and the Department of Foreign Affairs is offering the opportunity for Australian university students to undertake voluntary six-week internships on a self-funded basis throughout the year. The Centre seeks people with the skills, education, knowledge and abilities to undertake complex research projects to advance change and innovation in health security policy and practice. Applicants should possess relevant qualifications and background, and be applying under an existing university program for course credit. Prior exposure to, or knowledge of, the International Health Regulations, Joint External Evaluations, health workforce development, disease surveillance and related areas is highly desirable.

2019 internships will be available in the second half of the year.

See the available projects.

Read more about the internship program.

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