UTS Business School’s undergraduate programs offer a range of different opportunities for students to gain meaningful experience in the workplace during their studies and for our industry and community partners to benefit from the cutting-edge business education our students receive.
Bachelor of Accounting
The Bachelor of Accounting is a Cooperative Scholarship program with two compulsory six-month work placements throughout the three-year course.
Students can read more about the full-time work training at our Future Students section.
To find out how your company can become a sponsor of the Bachelor of Accounting program, please see our Partners and Community information about Cooperative Scholarships.
Bachelor of Management students majoring in Events, Sport Business, Tourism or Digital Creative Enterprise are required to undertake a Professional Internship of at least 210 hours with a relevant industry organisation.
Our students can make a real contribution to your organisation while also providing you the opportunity to get in early and recruit high quality industry focused students.
Industry partners can also learn more about recruiting Professional Internship students.
Our Business Internship subject flows from our strong commitment to practice-oriented business education.
Students studying Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing or Management are eligible after completing one year of the Bachelor of Business degree. This means students have already gained foundation knowledge across all key disciplines.
Students can find more information at the Business Internship subject page.
If you would like to provide placement for one or more Business Internship students at your organisation, please see our Internship Employer Toolkit.