Global Victoria Intellect Program (GVIP)

Gain real-world global experience and expand your professional network!

RMIT University, in conjunction with Practera, is offering you the opportunity to participate in 2-week real-world work experience. The Global Victoria Intellect Program (GVIP) offers international and domestic student teams across Victorian institutions to work on real industry projects with Victorian exporters and trade professionals for a two week period.

Through this program, you will be taking on the role of ‘student consultants’ who will be required to commit to a minimum of 25 hours over the 2-week experience. Students have worked with past project clients including Mecca Cosmetics, Mining Plus, and Point Trading Group to name a few!

Students will virtually collaborate with their teams to complete the project and receive a digital badge and Certificate of Completion.

Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to connect with the industry and Australian clients to build on your employability skills.

Applications close Wednesday 8 June at 4pm AEST.

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