Internship programs


Applications open on Monday July 15 and close on Tuesday August 13, 2019.

To apply, please ensure you are studying a relevant degree and are in your penultimate year of study.

We only accept applications from Australian or New Zealand citizens or those who hold PR (Permanent Residency) in Australia or New Zealand.

Please click on the Role Description below for each program to view the full role outline

Business Unit
Degree Type
Honeywell Research & Design Centre
  • Computer Design Architecture
Honeywell Research & Design Centre
  • Engineering – Software/ Mechatronics/ Electrical/ Mechanical
  • Computer Science
Honeywell Building Solutions
  • Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, ICT or Mechatronics) combined with a commerce/business degree.
Honeywell Process Solutions
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical, Chemical, Mechatronics (Process Control & Instrumentation)
Honeywell Building Solutions
  • Engineer: (Electrical, Mechanical or Mechatronic)
  • Computer Science/ICT/Information Technology/Networking

Internships are a great way to get real experience and gain valuable 'on the job' knowledge. Honeywell does offer internships from time to time and specific details will be advertised at our global careers site. We accept intern applications from universities around Australia and New Zealand. To be eligible you must be studying a relevant degree, hold Australian or NZ citizenship or Permanent Residency, and be in your third year of studies. Those with a credit average or higher are well-regarded.

Honeywell offers scholarships and internships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students studying engineering through the Aurora Education Foundation. We sponsor a number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engineering camps as well, including Engineering Aid Australia, the Victorian Indigenous Engineering Winter School (VIEWS), and Spark. For more information please see our Reconciliation Action Plan.




Honeywell provides sponsorships via the Aurora Foundation. The Aurora Foundation Indigenous Scholarships aims to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students’ access to financial support and resources, so they are better able to achieve their education and career aspirations. 

For information and to apply for a scholarship, please visit the Aurora Foundation Indigenous Scholarships Portal

If you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and are interested in applying for a scholarship to help support your studies, please click here.