Agriculture – Internship Australia

We will place students in several large companies in Germany such aThe Certificate III in Agriculture gives you the training you need to work in an agricultural setting. With a focus on cropping and food production, you will learn technical skills and theory in addition to workplace, OHS and communication skills.

  • Mildura – Trainee based delivery.

internship Field’s

  • Production’s Control
  • Packaging Product’s
  • Lableling Product’s


  • Each student will undertake a Pre-Training Review before enrolling to help confirm the proposed course is suitable.
  • It will provide valuable information about an individual’s existing skills and knowledge, language, literacy and numeracy skills and whether the course will help in achieving learning and/or employment goals.
  • You must have a valid passport
  • Age 18 – 40 Years Old
  • Can speak English

Internship Detail’s

Placement rules and regulations, including location, hours of work, and remuneration or allowances may vary. This is regulated by the company where you do your Internship in Australia.

  • 40 hours per Week
  • 6 Days per Week

Pocket money – Month

  • 4992


  1. Fill it the Formular
  2. Translate the document to a sworn German translator
  3. Apply For Placement
  4. Consultation making visas and appointments at the German embassy
  5. Management of visa application document’s
  6. one way Flight Ticket to Germany

I really enjoy the course

I love the horticulture course very much, in particular the practical work, which is so different with the study in asia. All the teachers are so nice and friendly and they always explain things with great patience. I learned lots of skills and knowledge from the practical work. I really enjoy the course and would like to recommend to other people who are interested in Horticulture. I also wish to contribute, myself, to the Australia horticulture and agriculture industry.
Agriculture Student
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My passion and interests are in horticulture production

Currently, I am studying the Horticulture course at Sunraysia Institute of TAFE (SuniTAFE). My passion and interests are in horticulture production, which is why my first visit to Australia was on a working holiday visa and working on a farm. 
I thought it’s better to study horticulture production in Australia as horticulture is a big industry in this country. There isn’t a lot of potential for horticulture in Korea due to the small amount of farming land available. 
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we learn by doing

The classrooms are located on the Smart Farm, our teachers always take us out of classroom and we do lots of hands-on training work at farm. We touch the soil, recognize plants, learn to use different chemicals, learn to drive farm tractors, we can try many farm work processes as the part of our class, we learn by doing many hours practical work to gain skills and knowledge.
My friends in Indonesia, who are studying similar courses, are surprised when she heard me talking about my classes, they never do those hands work, but just in class to study from books
Student – A Farmer
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is very quiet and peaceful

I like living in Mildura, as the area is very quiet and peaceful. The sky is very blue and there are many sunny days. Previously I lived in Sydney which was very noisy. Here Mildura is so different to Sydney and there are many surprising points. Living here is more relaxed compared with living in busy city like Sydney and Jakarta which is what I like most. The weather is very hot and dry in summer, but the climate good for some plants and fruits
Farm – Student
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Don’t be afraid

Study in Australia is really beneficial and interesting, but you will also meet lots of challenges. My advice is “Don’t be afraid of asking questions and facing challenges and importantly enjoy study”
a Farmer
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