Please refer to the return to campus page for more information on these delivery modes and students who can enrol in each mode based on their location.
Quotas apply to this subject
Dates & times
- Semester 1 - Online
Coordinator Ali Reza Yunespour Mode of delivery Online Contact hours Students are required to attend a pre-placement induction seminar (2 hours) and a mid-semester catch up seminar (2 hours) delivered online. Other hours to be determined in consultation with host supervisor(s) and subject coordinator. Total time commitment 340 hours Teaching period 1 March 2021 to 30 May 2021 Last self-enrol date 12 March 2021 Census date 31 March 2021 Last date to withdraw without fail 7 May 2021 Assessment period ends 25 June 2021
Semester 1 contact information
- Semester 2 - Online
Principal coordinator Ali Reza Yunespour Mode of delivery Online Contact hours Students are required to attend a pre-placement induction seminar (2 hours) and a mid-semester catch up seminar (2 hours) delivered online. Other hours to be determined in consultation with host supervisor(s) and subject coordinator. Total time commitment 340 hours Teaching period 26 July 2021 to 24 October 2021 Last self-enrol date 6 August 2021 Census date 31 August 2021 Last date to withdraw without fail 24 September 2021 Assessment period ends 19 November 2021
Semester 2 contact information
Time commitment details
Total of 340 hours
Additional delivery details
There is a quota of 16 for this subject, and students are required to apply for permission to enrol into this subject prior to commencement of the internship.
Criteria for applying:
Students must be admitted in the Bachelor of Arts, Sociology Major or Graduate Diploma in Arts, Specialisation in Sociology.
At the time of application: Students must be undertaking a Major or a Specialisation in Sociology and will have completed 12.5 points at Level 1 in Sociology, and 25 points at Level 2 in Sociology. Students must also have completed Critical Analytical Skills - MULT20003 before undertaking this internship subject.
The WAM of the above four subjects will be taken into consideration when assessing student applications. All students should have at least a WAM of 70. If students completed more than required points at that year level, the highest marks will be calculated for the WAM.
Making the application:
Students should make this application via the online application form:
Round 1 (Semester 1 availability): closing 31 October
Round 2 (Semester 1 availability): closing 31 January
Round 3 (Semester 2 availability): closing 31 May
Applications will be processed within a week of results release date for the semester prior to the semester in which the intership undertaken. For further information including Application and Selection Process see:
Last updated: 5 July 2021