The University of Canberra's campus development project will create more work-integrated learning opportunities for students than ever before. Each new project will allow students to undertake internships, site visits, clinical placements and more.
Students are already benefitting from the project in the following ways:
- Project work on the public relations and community engagement aspects of campus development (Communications in Public Relations students).
- Internships with Brookfield Multiplex, the company building the University of Canberra Public Hospital (Building and Construction Management students).
- Student-led clinics within the Health Hub (Counselling, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Nutrition and Dietetics, Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation students).
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As the project progresses, opportunities will be created for students from a wide range of courses. Future opportunities are likely to include:
- Architecture, Landscape Design, Interior Design, Urban Planning and Building and Construction Management students will work with UC's development partners, contributing to the design and construction in the Health Precinct, Campus Community and other developments.
- Heritage, Museum and Conservation students will undertake project work to document the University's history and transformation.
- Communications, Journalism and Film Production students will help tell the story and impact of campus development to our internal and external communities.
- Law, Commerce, Business, Management, IT, Software Engineering and Entrepreneurship students will work with tech partners, the public and private hospitals, health providers, developers, start-ups and social enterprises on campus.
- Students from across the Health disciplines will gain work experience in the Health Precinct.
- PhD candidates will engage with collaborative research projects with the University's partners and will use activities and services on campus as a live laboratory.
How to Get Involved
Current students can access the CareerHub using their student ID and password.