Type of Organisation
SAP is a market leader in enterprise application software. Our end-to-end suite of applications and services enables business and public customers across 25 industries globally to operate profitably, adapt continuously, and make a difference.
SAP applications and services enable more than 4,400 business and public sector customers across Australia and New Zealand to operate profitably, adapt continuously and grow sustainably. SAP helps streamline processes, enabling businesses to use live data to predict customer trends. A subsidiary of SAP SE, SAP Australia has grown from humble roots in 1989 to become one of the most successful companies operating in the region.
Our employees continually help shape SAP into the company it is today. Our purpose to help the world run better and improve people’s lives is something our people live and breathe each day and creates a culture that lets our employees shine. Our How We Lead and How We Run behaviours drive our culture, helping us achieve our goals as one SAP. The five behaviours; keep the promise; tell it like it is; stay curious; embrace differences; and build bridges, not silos; were created by employees, for employees. These behaviours underpin our entire employee life cycle. Due to our ongoing commitment to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace culture, our focus is on everyone’s unique ability to contribute, rather than a person’s perceived limitations. This view allows us to see new possibilities. SAP’s internationally-recognised Autism at Work program is a shining example of this commitment, with nearly 175 colleagues on the autism spectrum on-boarded and the program in 14 countries, including Australia and New Zealand.
SAP’s globally supported work integrated learning program provides students real-world experience at SAP, complementing tertiary studies by both guiding and preparing them for a future career. Our STAR internships are a multi-year, paid rotational training program designed to help students jump start their careers at SAP. As a STAR Program participant, you will have the opportunity to rotate across several SAP business areas while receiving on-the-job and structured development and coaching from leaders in the technology and sales fields. Work full-time during study breaks and part-time during the academic year while gaining hands-on practical experience in today’s fast-paced technology industry.
Locations where there are vacancies for interns
We offer internships in Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney based on business requirements.
Residency requirements for Interns wishing to apply
Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Roles available for Interns
Our two year program offers students the opportunity to rotate across different areas focusing on our sales, presales and services businesses. Rotations are aligned between students interest areas and business requirements. Students need to have at least two years left in their studies and be able to work three days each week. We offer plenty of flexibility to accommodate study schedules and students work full time in their breaks if they would like.
Degree Subjects Required for Interns wishing to apply
Our interns are ideally studying in the areas of Business or Information Technology and are interested in working in a commercial organisation that’s helping organisations to transform digitally. We do consider candidates from other disciplines and areas of study.
What do recent interns say are the best things about working with us?
"Good pay, great people and strong opportunities to work in a global company with global opportunities."
"Great global company, great experience within a large company, rotational internship allows you to experience different parts of the organisation and supportive culture and environment."