To be eligible for an ANIP internship you must be a currently enrolled university student, and have permission from your academic program to count the ANIP course to your degree.
ANIP is open to Masters students, and to undergraduates students who have completed two full years of study (96 units or equivalent). Applicants may be from any academic discipline.
ANIP internship placements in the Commonwealth Government and Commonwealth Parliament are not available to students who are also currently working in the Australian Public Service (APS) or intending to work in the APS during their ANIP semester.
ANIP internship placements in the Commonwealth Government and Commonwealth Parliament are only open to Australian citizens, and may require a police check.
ANIP internships placements in the ACT Legislative Assembly, local government agencies, embassies, NGOs, peak body organisations, think tanks and research centres are open to international students and exchange students at ANU.
Course information can be found at http://programsandcourses.anu.edu.au/