Transparency International PNG Internship Program 2023

Transparency International PNG Internship Program 2023

Transparency International PNG are pleased to announce a new Accounting Students Internship opportunities for 3rd & 4th year Accounting Students only at the University of Papua New Guinea. If you are studying accounting at UPNG, or know someone who is, please submit an application as per the instructions on the flyer, by emailing by 20th October 2023.

  • Open to 3rd & 4th year UPNG Accounting Students only
  • GPA of 2.5 or higher as of most recent 2023 assessment
  • Must reside in Port Moresby from November 2023 to February 2024

How to Apply: Transparency International PNG Internship Program 2023

1.Submit Application letter (2 pages max.) Outlining:

a. Why are you interested in joining TIPNG?

b. Why should you be selected?

2. Must attach recent CV

Address applications to:

Chief Executive Officer Transparency International PNG Applications can only be submitted via email:

Deadline: 20 October 2023

The Australian Government set up the Currie Commission to inquire into higher education in Papua New Guinea in 1964. The outcome of that report was the establishment of the University as a corporate body under The University of Papua New Guinea Ordinance in 1965, by the then House of Assembly. The 1965 Ordinance was repealed in May 1983, and a new Act known as The University of Papua New Guinea Act No.18 of 1983, was passed by the National Parliament

An Interim Council was established in 1965, which governed the University until December 1968 when a permanent Council was appointed.

In 1978, a review of the University Ordinance and its accompanying Statutes and By-laws was called for, following a period of student unrest. As a result, a Commission of Inquiry was set up to investigate the problems and to ascertain whether or not the current legislation was adequate to deal with them. The Commission ultimately recommended the repeal of the 1965 Ordinance and the creation of a new Act to replace it.