Internship Program (BINT)

Fields of Internship

Paid Internship Fields: Tourism & Hotel Management/ Culinary Management

Hourly Wage / Monthly Income

The allowance differs depending on the sector, company, position, and weekly hours worked. But generally, the hourly wage is between 19 AUD – 25 AUD.


USEH will assist the participant with temporary accommodation arrangements depending on the need/interest of the participant. Some employers will provide onsite accommodation; some will offer offsite accommodation assistance. If no accommodation is offered USEH will assist the applicant with a 3 day hostel accommodation arrangement if required by the applicant at participants cost.

Travel Insurance

All participants are required to have travel insurance for the duration of their internship. Without the medical insurance, you will not be issued a visa. The program fee does not include insurance fee; it is applicants own responsibility to arrange his/her health insurance policy from their home country before they leave for the program.

Visa Procedure

The visa process and approval will be completed by Australian Immigration Services. The participants will join the program under Working Holiday (412) or Work & Holiday Visa (462) or 407 Training Program Visa . When the candidate is approved for the visa, the related confirmation authorization letter will be submitted by USEH to the participant to be endorsed with his/her passport at the local Australian Embassy/Consulate. Please see below the list of countries eligible for this visa process.


Applicant is responsible of his/ her own flight ticket. USEH will assist in planning the travel dates.

Program Start Dates

Year-round applications are possible. The official application must be completed at least 16-24 weeks in advance of the desired starting date.

Eligibility/ Visa Types/ Programs

Be eligible for Australian Research & Training 407 Visa

  • Open to all nationalities
  • Have completed at least 12 months of study applicable to their hospitality major AND
  • Have at least 12 months relevant full-time employment experience in the last 24 months

OR Be eligible for the Working Holiday Visa; Citizens of following countries: Argentina, Bangladesh, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Republic of Ireland, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, USA

  • Have attended University for Communications, Business, Events, Art and Design and have professional work experience in Events.
  • Have not previously entered Australia on a Working Holiday (417) or Work and Holiday (462) visa

Both visas require; Fluent English level. If the participant is a citizen of the UK, US, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland; they would be considered to have native/primary/first language as English.
If a participant is not a citizen of one of the above countries, they must prove/provide evidence that the participant has completed at least 5 continuous years of education (at high school and post high school) where the language of instruction was in English
Program Fees
Please contact for program fees
Application process

  • Upon deciding to apply for the program, the applicant should present resume to USEH and/or fill out the online application form at
  • If the applicant is found eligible for our programs, s/he is invited for an online interview
  • Applicants who pass the interview and evaluation are then invited to complete official application/ submit documents
  • To complete the official application, the applicant must submit the required documents including the application fee, which is non-refundable
  • Once the participant is secured a position, the offer letter including the conditions such as hours per week, stipend, training plan, housing, etc. will be provided to the participant for review and signature.
  • In addition to the placement agreement (between the intern and the host company), the intern will be required to sign an agreement with USEH. This agreement will outline the responsibilities and duties of parties, the intern & USEH. USEH will not take further responsibility for any intern who violates the agreement conditions during the program.
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