The students, who are studying Master of Science in Information Technology or Master of Science in Public Policy and Management, come from eleven countries including Australia, China, India, the Philippines, Argentina, Malawi, Indonesia, Japan, Liberia, South Korea, Peru and Taiwan.
Over the next 14 weeks the Masters students will be taking classes in E-Business Technology and Management, Internet of Things, Cost Benefit Analysis, Public Finance, Public Policy Analytics and Data Warehousing.
Those students in their final semester at CMU Australia are undertaking 14-week internships with corporate, government and not-for-profit hosts.
Some placements include Audi in Germany, Apple Inc., Publicis Media and Tencent in China, Tokopedia in Indonesia, CERN in Switzerland, Rakuten and Hitachi in Japan, Micron in Taiwan, PwC in Singapore and Cochlear and Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in Sydney.
In South Australia, CMU Australia has students interning with the SA Ombudsman, SA Water and Revenue SA in the department of Finance and Treasury.