Whether you are trying on a career for size or establishing a competitive edge, a Science internship will allow you to:

  • Acquire expert assistance in developing long-term career goals.
  • Obtain first-hand knowledge of available career options.
  • Experience the process of accessing the job market.
  • Gain paid work experience.
  • Take advantage of mentorship opportunities.
  • Develop marketable skills.
  • Build your professional network.
  • Secure career-relevant references.
  • Leverage potential to secure full-time employment upon graduation.

While acquiring valuable work experience, you will obtain first-hand knowledge of available career options. In a number of cases, Internship placements have led to full-time employment upon graduation, while in other instances interns have made valuable contacts who have then helped the students to secure employment at a later date. Don't just take our word for it, hear from your peers who completed an internship during their undergraduate degrees

Typical Intern Salary Ranges by Industry

Program Average
Actuarial Science / Mathematics / $49, 989
Statistics / Financial Modelling High: $62,712 / Low: &37,986
Computer Science $52,560
High: $69,500 / Low: $36,400
Basic Medical Sciences / $39,369
Biology High: $52,624 / Low: $29,120
Biochemistry / Chemistry $38,195
High: $51,792 / Low: $27,300
Environmental Science $39,371
High: $39,371 / Low: $39,371
Geophysics/ Physics/ $43,556
Earth Sciences High: $49,764 / Low: $37,440