Students can integrate academic learning of a discipline with its practical application in the workplace. This program provides students with both work readiness preparation and access to industry placement opportunities. Work Integrated Learning is a fully customisable program, that meet the needs of students, education providers and future employers.
By the end of the program, the students will be able to:
Successful interns are selected by host organisations, usually following an interview. Factors which may affect success include technical and theoretical knowledge, academic record, as well as attitude, career objectives and communication styles.
Securing an internship is a competitive process and will rely on the quality of your CV, cover letter, academic record, interview and portfolio (where applicable). In addition, each organisation will have a slightly different interview and screening process that may involve interviews, group assessments and other tasks.