Graduate internships:

ICRAR (the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research), through its Curtin University node, the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy advertises expressions of interest for Graduate Internships. Paid internships of 6 – 12 months duration (with opportunities for ongoing career development) are offered in a range of areas including Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Technical Operations, Software/Computing, and Science (astrophysics and space science).

Graduate Interns work on research projects that translate their skillsets to radio astronomy and/or aligned activities.  Experience in a range of transferable skill areas include:

  • applied physics
  • high performance computing
  • mathematics and statistics
  • software engineering
  • data analytics
  • electrical/electronic engineering
  • radio frequency communications
  • systems engineering, space science
  • general technology (robotics, mechatronics, prototyping, fabrication, CAD etc),

The 2023 round of Graduate Internships is closed.  Future rounds will be advertised here. If you have any questions, please contact


ICRAR Studentships

ICRAR studentships provide research experience and insight into the ICRAR PhD study pathway:


Other Opportunities

Other internship opportunities include: Australian Postgraduate Research Intern (APR.Intern)GradAustralia, and GradConnection.