Work Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) integrates academic theory with meaningful workplace practice within a curriculum, to help students build their employability.

Participating in a course that includes WIL improves graduate employability by increasing work readiness and competitiveness. Engaging in WIL activities provides students with an opportunity to put theoretical learning into practice.

Gaining insight into your chosen industry through participating in an internship, work experience placement and/or by having an industry mentor will help build your professional network, and you will unlock greater employment prospects. School study tours, applied research projects, university exchanges and participating in classroom simulations are all additional opportunities available to you to participate in a WIL program as part of your studies.