Third Year + Fourth Year

RMIT organised internships are a valuable and sought after learning experience that allows you to apply your academic learning into an external workplace environment. The experience can enable you grow your understanding and experience of different professional and commercial design practice.

Overall an internship should help you develop confidence in transitioning from an academic to professional environment through the process of building your folio, interviewing and helping you understand the different demands of professional design practice.

We organise internships across a variety of different practices and locations, each are structured with as much flexibility as practical so that practices and students can tailor the role, hours and activities to suit the capacity and projects currently within the office.

Generally you will spend 1- 2 days a week in the office over a semester. It might also be undertaken over an intensive period e.g. during a semester break or combination of both. This will be agreed prior to commencement of the internship. An internship should equate to 110 hours.


The internship program is open to third and fourth year RMIT Interior Design students.

Students wishing to apply for the internships are asked to submit:

  • Application letter + cover letter
  • CV (1-2 pages)
  • Folio of work: approximately a 10 page folio (PDF) that showcases a brief range of your design work including highlights, process and brief written commentary.

Please submit expressions of interest by Friday 2 March

Spell check and proof

Combine in to ONE multipage PDF approx. 5-10mb

Label file with your name and a description.


Folio Submission

Deadline: Friday 2 March


Subject line: Interior Internship EOI



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