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Work Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is learning first-hand through real work or work-like experiences. WIL is a key element to enhancing employability in the workplace and is integral to many of our courses. This reinforces our commitment to preparing professional and highly employable graduates with the right mix of skills and knowledge.

Engineering Students

WIL for Students

Find out how you can gain valuable work experience relevant to your degree.

Employer teaching students

WIL for Employers

Integrate WIL into your workplace.

University of Canberra students

Types of WIL at UC

Work Integrated Learning at UC takes many forms. Find out where you link in.

University of Canberra students

Jobs on Campus

Job and Work Integrated Learning opportunities for students at the Bruce campus, including the multi-billion dollar campus development.

University of Canberra students

Our Stories

View our Case Studies and Testimonials from students who've undertaken a WIL Experience.

Latest WIL News

Exploring the role of creativity in business

Data modelling using Play-Doh and art, poetry and writing exercises and design thinking toolkits were just some of the workshops run by the University of Canberra’s Faculty of Arts and Design academics, PhD and undergraduate students and affiliates at the Festival of Creativity.
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Festival of Creativity delegates playing with Playdoh

Research at UC 'well above world standard'

The University of Canberra’s research disciplines deemed to be above and well-above world class has more than doubled in less than three years, according to a recent government assessment of research excellence.
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Research Results

Evolution of Canberra: Blessing or curse? UnCover event series launch

Evolution of Canberra: blessing or curse? Join a panel of UC experts to uncover the pros and cons of Canberra's rapid rise. UnCover launch event, 28 March, 6.30pm
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UC-Column 72 program taking a vital industry into the future

Far from being a sunsetting technology, mainframes live assuredly in the high noon of contemporary life – and a partnership between the University of Canberra and Column 72 is creating a new generation of mainframe experts to keep our here and now running.
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Elina Woolley, Scott Thomson and Wazid Ali Khan Pathan, at the DCIS office.

Through the lens of Canberra's history

The University of Canberra’s Cultural Heritage and Conservation students will catalogue over 3,500 press photographs taken between the 1920s and the 1990s. The collection has returned to Canberra from the USA and will be added to the Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) collection.
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Image of the University of Canberra outside Building 1 taken in September 1979