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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

First patients arrive at University of Canberra Hospital

The first patients have arrived at the new University of Canberra Hospital on campus
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UC students set sights on studying abroad in 2019

More than 300 students studying at the University of Canberra will benefit from an international study experience in 2019 as part of the Federal Government’s New Colombo Plan Mobility Program
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UC law students win moot competition

Law students from the University of Canberra have taken out this year’s DPP Plate moot competition
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UC teams up with Brumbies Rugby as Education Partner

Students and staff at the University of Canberra will have greater opportunities to work with Brumbies Rugby with the University signing on as the Super Rugby club’s official Education Partner
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UC, CIT students partner to tackle childhood obesity

University of Canberra design students have partnered with their culinary contemporaries at Canberra Institute of Technology to tackle childhood obesity in the ACT
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