AMU3744 Workplace Learning Internship (Summer A, 2022)
It’s an internship for assessment unit offered by the School of Arts and Social Sciences.
It serves as a capstone unit and a Work Integrated Learning unit across all majors offered under the Bachelor of Arts and Social Sciences (e.g. Communication, Gender Studies, Global Studies and Film, Television & Screen Studies).
It is a compulsory unit for those enrolled in Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies, Bachelor of Digital Media and Communication and Bachelor of Business and Commerce, and Bachelor of Digital Media and Communication.
It is also cross-listed as a U4 General Studies unit.
Students get the opportunity to integrate theory with practice and gain first-hand experience in the area of specialisation that they wish to explore or pursue upon graduation.
The work placement is aimed at consolidating and extending what they have learned from core units and other degree units, through experiential learning.
Students typically opt to intern at news agencies, PR consulting firms, advertising agencies, and creatively, at aviation, banking, insurance, and HR departments/companies. You may opt to intern either in Malaysia or abroad either as a home or international student.
We also strongly encourage students to consider interning at Non-Governmental Organisations as past student interns have done, either locally or abroad.
A. Students who already have 72 credit points (including 12cpts at Arts second-level), with at least one more semester left at the point of enrolling for this unit; and
B. Undergraduate students enrolled at SASS (i.e. this excludes students who are on exchange at Monash University, Malaysia).
*Note: Attendance at the Internship briefing is compulsory and is an additional requirement to enrol into AMU3744 Workplace Learning Internship. Please be reminded to register for the available sessions.
The summer unit will (for administrative purposes) be offered from November 2022 to mid-February 2023. This will be the twelfth successful run of the unit.
But in practice, interested students are advised to allocate at least three months as companies, agencies, NGOs prefer an internship duration for at least three months.
There are no on-campus classes for this unit as student interns are expected to be in the field not classroom!
A pre-internship appraisal (20%) is due two weeks from the start of the internship and two assessments are due at the end of the internship period: Autoethnographic Internship Diary (40%) and the Internship Report (40%) together with a hurdle requirement: Work Supervisor's Report.
Please refer to the Monash Handbook for more information on the assessment details.
You must secure an offer from the workplace BEFORE enrolling. So have your updated CVs ready! With your letter of offer, you may then proceed to enroll at the Education Management Office (Arts) latest by Friday 14th October 2022, 5:00 pm (GMT+8).
Applications submitted after Week 2 will apply a late unit enrolment fee of RM100 and students will be required to complete the late unit enrolment form via this link.
To be advised.