Vacation Scholarship Opportunities
About CSIRO vacation scholarships
Run over the summer holidays, CSIRO's vacation scholarships scheme offers undergraduate students the opportunity of collaborating with CSIRO scientists.
Australia’s top students check out science careers
Predicting climate change effects on wheat, understanding grapevine diseases and studying plant-water relationships are some of the topics 22 top university students are investigating this summer as part of the CSIRO Summer Student Program.
CMAR Vacation Scholarship 2013-14
Summer scholarships offer undergraduate university students an opportunity to get hands-on work experience at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research (CMAR), under supervision of research scientists at Aspendale, Victoria, Brisbane, Queensland, Perth, Western Australia and Hobart, Tasmania.
CMSE Vacation Scholarships
CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering (CMSE)'s Vacation Scholarship Program offers undergraduate Science or Engineering students the opportunity to get hands-on experience working on real-world problems.
IM&T Summer Vacation Student Scholarships
The 2012 Vacation Scholarship Program with CSIRO Information Management & Technology (IM&T) gives students the opportunity to work on real-world problems in a leading R&D organisation
New crop of plant scientists emerges at CSIRO
Some of Australia’s top science and engineering students have begun a ten-week, hands-on work experience program at CSIRO Plant Industry’s research facilities in Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide and Narrabri.
From vacation student to Oxford Scholar
When Jared O'Connell started his vacation scholarship with CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics he never would have imagined it would lead him to a job with CSIRO and then a PhD at Oxford University, England.
QMS/CMAR Vacation Scholarships 2013/14
Summer scholarships offer undergraduate university students an opportunity to get hands-on work experience in Quantitative Marine Science (QMS) at the University of Tasmania (UTAS) and at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research (CMAR), in Hobart, Tasmania, under the supervision of research scientists from both institutions.
Summer Student Program Projects
Summer studentships offer second and third year university students an opportunity to conduct research at CSIRO Food Health and Life Sciences.