Undergraduate Vacation Studentships

Gain real-world experience in digital health as a university student.

Two women and three men, all aged in their 20s, stand in front of a white wall.
Last summer, the AEHRC welcomed 14 university students from around Australia. From L to R: Morgan Gilbert, Zach Taylor, Gabriel Russell, Jenna Supper and Charan Musuwadi.

CSIRO’s 12-week summer vacation program offers eligible undergraduate students the chance to work on a science or technology-related project alongside some of Australia’s brightest minds.

The experience offers new skills, a network of collaborators, and plenty of fun along the way – just ask past AEHRC vacation students Morgan, who completed a science communication project and Jenna, who worked with the Biomedical Informatics team to generate medical images using artificial intelligence techniques.

Our projects

At the Australian e-Health Research Centre, we have over 20 exciting opportunities in 2023 across a range of disciplines:

Visit the CSIRO Vacation Studentship page to check your eligibility and find out more about the program. Applications close Monday 7 August.