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What are Virtual Internships?

Virtual internship is when a participant works remotely, sometimes referred to as “offsite work”. It is usually done entirely via online and has become more popular option for many young professionals. It typically offers a great deal of flexibility for both the company and the intern and remove the geographical restrictions. Virtual internships are a great opportunity to learn new skills and work professionally for a company.

How do Virtual Internships Work?

There are many fields and industries that are offering virtual internships such as Marketing, IT, Project Management, Software Engineering, and many others. It is a great way to start your career, improve your skills, be involved in real projects, and receive mentorship of experienced professionals. You can apply for a virtual internship in Australia and get the process started! Fenix Visa and Immigration Inc. is now accepting interested applicants.


  • Internship opportunities related to your skills and academic background

  • 6 to 12 weeks, non-paid training positions (10 to 30 hours per week)

  • Access to over 7,000 companies Australia wide

  • Start every Monday (pending lead time)

  • Fields: Marketing, Human Resources, Accounting, Finance, Events Management, IT, Business, Architecture, Graphic Design, Public Relations, Journalism, and many others.

Why complete a Virtual Internship through Australian Internships?

Aside from the flexible working hours, you will still get to experience some of the aspects that traditional internship has like working as a part of a team and having a supervisor that you report to. Your mentor will guide you or provide the resources so you can learn the needed skills and apply it in your future career. And since virtual internship allows you to cut down time you waste on commuting, this lets you have more time that you can use for studying or doing a day job. Being an intern for an Australian company, it will greatly help you practice your English skills, work with a multicultural organization, and improve your career options.

For more information, contact us now and book a consultation!

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