ABS Cadetship Program
The ABS offers a Methodology Cadetship Program aimed at students who plan to undertake a fourth year of study at the Honours level in Mathematics, Statistics or Econometrics.
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In addition to the ABS Cadetship Program, the ABS also participates in the following:
ICT Cadetship Program
The ICT Cadetship program is run by the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), Department of Finance and Deregulation. It is an exciting opportunity for undergraduate University students who are interested in working in IT to learn technical skills and theories, as well as gain a formal qualification and valuable workplace experience. ICT Cadets will work a minimum of 2 days per week within an Australian Government agency, with the remainder of their working week dedicated towards completing your University study.
The ICT Cadetship will be complete when cadets successfully graduate from University. During the program, Cadets will also receive a generous study allowance to support their University costs.
To find out more, please visit www.finance.gov.au
APS Indigenous Cadetship Program
The Indigenous Cadetship program is run by the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) and provides practical work placements to complement your study in a flexible manner, as well as financial support while you complete your degree. It is a combination of full time study and work placements. Each year cadets undertake 12 weeks of work placement with their employing agency, and are paid a wage while they study. The Australian Bureau of Statistics supports this program and employs successful cadets.
The APS Indigenous Cadetship Program is conducted in partnership with the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations’ Indigenous Cadetship Support (ICS) program. To find out more, please visit www.ics.deewr.gov.au or www.apsc.gov.au