The Australia India Institute’s (AII) Victoria India Internship Program is your chance to intern at an Indian company operating in India or in Victoria. It’s an excellent opportunity to gain important professional skills in your area of interest and benefit from invaluable international experience, helping you learn more about the Indian market, business culture in…

  Applications are now open for the July 2016 semester in India, due March 1, 2016. Otherwise, stayed tuned for the next semester.   Are you a young professional who is keen to learn from and contribute to social enterprises in India while benefiting from a structured mentoring program? Sounds like the IDEX Global Fellowship is for…

  There are so many places to study, work and live in India that sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. The beauty of India is its diversity and the fact that each city you go to will have something new and different to offer. Whether it’s your first time to India or you…

  Haydn Wilkins has a pretty impressive and diverse resume of Indian experiences. Experiences that he believes have taken him a long way in the early stages of his professional life. Asia Options’ new India Correspondent, Felix Pal, recently caught up with him to go through his Indian resume and see where it has led him.…

    The most common misconception about language and India is that English will get you by. Yes, it makes it easier that English is widely spoken across India and often used by government, universities and businesses, but that is only one side to what is a very large and diverse country. If you’re serious…

Imagine doing an internship in the Indian Premier League (IPL) with Kings XI Punjab – the biggest and most exciting twenty20 cricket league in the world. Well, Andrew Dimopoulas and six La Trobe University students did just that. Asia Options caught up with Andrew to hear about how he organised it, how much fun he had…

  When you think about working as an intern with the United Nations (UN), you may first picture the grandeur and glamour of Geneva or New York City, but my internship in a New Delhi regional office was a unique and highly rewarding experience. As the UN increasingly de-centralises, more and more internships are being…

  Tara.Ed is an innovative NGO working to increase teaching capabilities in India and create educational linkages between Australian and Indian schools. You can get involved with Tara.Ed through its Teacher Tours for teaching students, or volunteer opportunities for professionals. Hurry, applications for the next Teacher Tour close 13 September 2015.   Tara.Ed Jennifer Star…

  The Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) in New Delhi, a well-regarded independent think tank on security and foreign policy in South Asia, has an Interns & Visiting Fellows program for budding postgraduate students. The program focuses on developing your research, policy analysis and writing for publication skills. IPCS accepts applications throughout the year…

Pollinate Energy is an exciting social enterprise based in Australia and India that is working to improve the lives of India’s urban poor by providing access to energy. The experienced team at Pollinate Energy is committed to providing sustainable development and energy solutions as well as support the next generation of social entrepreneurs. The organisation…