Welcome to Australia!
Australia is known for its diverse and beautiful landscapes that span the world’s largest island (or smallest continent, depending on your point of view). Five of Australia’s cities are ranked among the world’s top 30 for students to live in (Mercer), and cities such as Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney are known for their eclectic and international makeup. Come intern abroad in Australia and experience this amazing land with API!
Why Intern in Brisbane/Gold Coast, Australia?
- Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland
- Brisbane is the 3rd most populous city in Australia
- Great Barrier Reef near the Gold Coast
City Information – Brisbane/Gold Coast
Recently called the “World’s Best Downtown,” Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland and the 3rd largest city in Australia. A cosmopolitan city, nearly 30% of its inhabitants were born outside of Australia. Brisbane is home to over 2.3 million Australians, and is one of the oldest cities in the country. The Gold Coast is the 2nd most populous city in Queensland, and is a major tourist destination with its miles of sunny, beautiful beaches and waterways.
Why Intern in Melbourne, Australia?
- One of the world’s top 3 most-livable cities
- Foodie capital of Australia
- Sporting capital of Australia
City Information – Melbourne
Melbourne is the capital and most populous city in the state of Victoria, and the second most populous in Australia. The city was recently named the 2nd best student city in the world (QS World Rankings), as well as one of the world’s top 3 most livable cities. It is widely considered the “foodie capital” of Australia, and is also known as one of the country’s top sporting cities.
Why Intern in Sydney, Australia?
- Largest city in Australia
- Country’s economic and financial hub
- One of the world’s most multicultural cities
- Regional home to over 500 multinational companies
City Information – Sydney
Sydney is Australia’s oldest and largest city, and is the nation’s economic and financial hub. Located on the southeastern coast, Sydney is home to over 4.6 million people, and is known the world over for its stunning landmarks such as the Sydney Harbor Bridge and Opera House, it’s amazing cuisine, and diverse populace.