New York Summer Internship at RAMSA

This year’s New York Summer Internship at RAMSA is open and looking for a stand out Master of Architecture student applicant!

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Important Dates for 2020 Applicants:

  • Apply by: March 4th 2020
  • Potential Interview with RAMSA: March 13th (via GoToMeeting)
  • Potential Offer: March 20th


Students in the final year of their Master of Architecture program or the final year of Bachelor of Design majoring in Architecture*.


Respond to the 2020 Architectural Intern Position Description and combine in one pdf with a cover letter, resume, portfolio and/or work samples to before March 4th

New York Internship: Monday, June 1st to Friday, August 7th, 2020.

If you are seriously considering applying for this amazing once in a life time internship opportunity in New York, there are a number of points you MUST consider first:

  1. It cannot be credited to your degree in any academic way;
  2. It cannot form part of any subject including ABPL90307 MSD Vocational Placement subject or ABPL30068 Design Internship;
  3. It cannot de deferred to ANY other time;
  4. It will extend the time you take to complete your degree because it does not conveniently fit between the University of Melbourne’s 2 semesters;
  5. You will organize and pay for your own visa, passport, flights, accommodation and all other living expenses in New York.

*Please note that in order to qualify for the J-1 Visa category, prospective candidates must be enrolled full-time at the University of Melbourne. It takes approximately two months to acquire the J-1 visa for a student to work in the United States.

If you get chosen, this will be a life-changing part of your student days and all the above considerations will be worth it!

Hannah was the first student from our M Arch to be accepted for this internship. Read Hannah’s story.

Download position description

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