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 Salary Ranges by Industry
Actuarial Science $42,500 to $52,000
Computer Science $39,500 to $54,000
Biology and Medical Sciences $25,000 to $47,500
Biochemistry, Chemistry $27,000 to $50,000
Environmental Science $28,500 to $46,000
Geophysics, Physics, Earth Sciences $28,500 to $44,000