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Work-integrated learning (WIL), also known as placement or professional practice, is a student experience that applies academic learning in ‘real life’ situations, within industry or supported by an organisation. During this experience students can gain practical skills, develop competency and knowledge within their discipline.

Students may attend structured placement for a nominated time frame or partake in an internship to fulfil course related WIL requirements. An organisation may provide a project for a student group to work on. These opportunities, placements and projects can be linked with units of study and apply toward course credit.

Please contact our placement team at to discuss or plan becoming a host organisation for student placements or projects.