The AGO Internship Programme provides undergraduates pursuing a Degree in Accountancy with the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills in public sector auditing and experience the AGO culture and work environment. Under this 8-10 week programme, interns will be attached to an audit team and will get to work in a variety of challenging and interesting projects and present their learning experience to the AGO Senior Management.

Interested students may submit your applications by clicking the button below!

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The registration window for undergraduate internship is currently closed. For Summer and Winter Internship Programmes, kindly check this page in January and July respectively to register for the next internship run.

Below are quotes from some of the past interns who had successfully completed their internship with AGO. 


Former AG with Si LiTerh Si Li, NUS (2018 AGO Book Prize Recipient)

“It has been an enriching journey at AGO gaining a first-hand    experience of public sector auditing. I have enjoyed the varied and stimulating work which has helped to hone my professional judgement and analytical skills. I am grateful for the approachable and supportive colleagues who were always willing to share their knowledge and expertise with me. This internship has instilled in me a greater sense of appreciation of AGO's role in enhancing public accountability and confidence in the public sector.”





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PSC (Public Finance) Scholar Goh Choon Guan, NTU

“This internship has provided me with ample opportunities to practice what I have learnt, not just in school, but during the course of this internship as well. It has provided me with a glimpse of what it would be like to be an auditor in future and has given me greater insights about each stage of audit in greater detail. Embracing the use of technology – such as the use of MS Excel VBA, as well as the Audit Command Language – stood out for me. Not only would this be a useful foundation as I continue to pursue my studies back in university, this would also be useful for me in future when I return to AGO.