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WIL for Students

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a key element to enhancing your employability in the workplace and is integral to many of our courses. Some courses require students to undertake industry experience as part of their professional registration, whilst other courses give students the opportunity to further their industry and practical experience.

WIL experiences give you the opportunity to further your industry experience and enhance your readiness for the workplace.

As part of our commitment in linking you with worthwhile and valuable opportunities that add value to your degree, we have created a portal where you can view current internships relevant to your specific  faculty.

View Internships on CareerHub

Careers UC have dedicated advisers to support you to find and successfully apply for an Internship/Professional placement. We encourage you to view internships and jobs on CareerHub. See the below timetable to visit us for a short appointment.

Short appointments: Are 10-15 minutes in duration - no appointment necessary!

Careers UC, 1C42MonTuesWedThursFri
Short appointments12-2pm11am-1pm11am-1pm2-4pm10am-12pm

If you need more time, Careers UC staff can book a longer appointment for you at the time of your short appointment.

Placement Office opening hours

To speak with a member of the Placement Office Team, please visit us at Careers UC office (1C42 - above the Refectory in Building 1) between 9am and 5pm, Monday - Friday.

You can also contact us via phone or email.

Health and Education Placement Enquiries

T:  +61 2 6201 2660


InPlace is the University's system for recording and placing students in industry based WIL. Commencing students will be provided access to InPlace upon enrolment in a placement unit. Once you have access, you will be able to use your MyUC Student Portal password to login. Follow the links below for access and further information.

InPlace Login

The University of Canberra's campus development project will create more work-integrated learning opportunities for students than ever before.

Over the next decade, the University of Canberra's Bruce campus will be transformed into an integrated learning community, abolishing the boundaries between the academy, industry and community of all ages, and establishing UC as a showcase of the confluence of living, learning, innovation and entrepreneurship.

At its heart will be the principles of co-creation and collaboration, offering fresh opportunities for national and international partnerships, transformational research, enriched learning experiences and vibrant commercial and networking activities.

Opportunities for Students