Get experience working for a startup while you live and work in Queensland.
Start Me Up runs 1- 2 month startup internships that let you develop your tech and business skills while you live in amazing location.
Travel to one of the most beautiful destinations on the planet while you get practical experience working for a startup or a social enterprise.
About the Program
Specializing in remote startups, our 1-2 month Startup Internship Program offers the chance to get hands-on experience working for a startup in several locations including Bali, Thailand or Australia, as part of a structured internship placement.
On our placements, you will have the chance to learn anything from marketing, programming and business development to how to pitch to investors. You’ll be based out of a world-class coworking space in one of these emerging international startup hubs.
We also take care of the following:
- Trainings and workshops that cover everything from public speaking and marketing to coding.
- Co-working space membership
- Mentor support during your placement
- First weekend activity
- Help with booking additional trips and tours in Australia.
What people say
“I can’t recommend the internship enough. It’s exactly what I needed. For many recent graduates or final year students who are panicking about what the future holds, this gives you an insight into something a bit different.”
Suzi White, Durham University
“The exposure to startups and their founders was incredible. Being part of a co-working community meant there were so many project opportunities in a variety of business sectors.”
Ian Leung, University of Cambridge
“Let me be clear , this is far more than just an internship. Start Me Up gives you the platform to make contact with entrepreneurs from across the globe: from Silicon Valley to Australia.”
Simba Deu, UCL
About the Founder
Start Me Up was founded by Oxford University graduate Clare Harrison. She launched Start Me Up after spending several years living and working out of coworking spaces in Asia. After collaborating with several startups in Bali she decided to launch Start Me Up to give more people the chance to experience working for a startup while living in an amazing location.