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Work Integrated Learning

When students engage with the community and industry throughout their studies, everyone benefits. Students learn by applying theories and concepts to the workplace; they develop essential employability skills, networks and a deeper understanding of their professions. The organisations they work with benefit from the students' fresh approach and innovation.

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) happens across the Faculty of Arts and Design at all levels – from guest lectures or recorded interviews to internships, working on real case studies, field trips, faculty-led international tours and cross-disciplinary projects with local, national and international organisations.

Work Integrated Learning for Students

FAD offers degrees that all have a cohesive core of work integrated learning for every student.

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Work Integrated Learning for Employers

WIL offers employers the opportunity to work with students fresh ideas.

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Work Integrated Learning Awards

Faculty of Arts and Design proudly presents the Work Integrated Learning Awards.

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