Applications for Semester 1, 2022 will open on Tue 26 Oct and close on Tue 13 Dec 2021. Click here to apply.
SIP provides students with the opportunity to:
- apply relevant theoretical knowledge and skills to solve a business problem
- research, analyse, evaluate and propose practical solutions to the business problem encountered by the client organisation
- work effectively and professionally in a team setting to develop practical solutions to a business problem
- communicate effectively with peers and business professionals
- construct a professional industry report
- gain a valuable development and networking opportunity.
This course is available through a competitive application process. To be eligible to apply, students must:
- be enrolled in an ANU undergraduate academic program or an exchange program at ANU during the semester for which the program is taken
- have completed a minimum of 72 units (or equivalent for exchange students) across their academic program by the time the course starts (students applying for a degree transfer will be assessed on a case-by-case basis)
- have space in their academic program to enrol into a 6-unit course during the semester for which the program is taken
- We will work directly with the Student Services Team from your College to determine if there is space in your academic program to enrol in SIP. Please note that your application will be withdrawn, regardless of the stage you are in, if it is found that you do not meet this requirement. You are welcome to contact the Student Services from your College for a graduation check before your application, if you are unsure about this requirement.
- not undertake the course (CBEA3001) and CBEA3070/ANIP3003/ANIP3005/ANIP3007/VCUG3200 simultaneously.
The information session, key dates, and the Client for Semester 1, 2022
Key dates for applicants of SIP Semester 1, 2022:
Tue 26 Oct 2021
Tue 13 Dec 2021
Offers made (rolling basis)
until Fri 18 Feb 2022
Tue 22 Feb 2022
CSIRO (https://www.csiro.au/) Working for Impact
CSIRO is interested in impact as it:
- Increases the likelihood of achieving outcomes from our work;
- Is an increasing requirement of government and other stakeholders for funding;
- Improves the ability to align relevant capabilities to end user needs;
- Gives stronger ability to articulate and communicate the value of our work;
- Provides greater confidence to our customers, the government, and the public.
Your goal is to do the research and build and propose a complete strategic and operational case to improve the impact work that underpins the planning of initiatives within CSIRO. You will assist CSIRO impact implementation team with work on Impact Strategies on an organisational level.
Your team can choose two or three CSIRO Impact Areas from those available, you need to consider:
- Environmental assessment
- Growth areas
- Partnerships & collaborators
- Horizon planning & pipeline
- Link to national & international priorities
- Accessible depiction of our portfolio to attract funding, partners & collaborators
The projects will be in 5 different streams of work, in the following spaces:
- Strategy. What have we missed? How can we form a closer link between enterprise & BU level planning?
- Market analysis. From the analysis conducted to date – what is missing? Is there an alternative approach we could adopt?
- Finance & economics. Predicting impact value – setting monetised and non-monetised benefits
- Monitoring & evaluation. Is there a real-world way to design & implement tracking & reporting?
- Marketing & communication. While adhering to agency branding, how can we effectively communicate CSIRO’s investment portfolio? How can we include impact in the marketing of CSIRO?