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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

UC students given opportunity to shine in workplaces

The University of Canberra’s Faculty of Arts and Design (FAD) has escalated its internship program for 2020 by offering a suite of paid internship opportunities for its students in some of the most exciting workplaces in the Territory.
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Internships

UC Early Childhood Education students host pop-up playground

UC Early Childhood Education students ran a loose parts pop-up playground for the Canberra community as part of their course work.
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pop-up playground

Building their own future… UC students awarded Alastair Swayn Internship

Two University of Canberra Architecture students were awarded the inaugural Alastair Swayn Internship in August.
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Alastair Swayn Internship

Maximising global opportunities for Canberra’s sports tech industry

The 2019 Sports Tech Collaborative Innovation Day at UC was the first of its kind, sharing the stories of cutting edge technology and building collaborations in the hopes of expanding from Canberra to the world.
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Gordon Waddington

The significance of a collection of maps

A cohort of seven University of Canberra students has been in the throes of restoring a collection of maps dating back to the early 1900s in the Faculty of Arts and Design’s Culture and Heritage work integrated learning unit this Winter Semester.
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One of the Asia Pacific maps in the laboratory being discussed with students