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Employers are increasingly looking for graduates with industry experience, which is why the Work Integrated Learning program (WIL) is really valuable. Through WIL, you’ll get practical experience in a workplace and academic credit towards your degree too.
WIL consists of industry placements (sometimes called internships) and industry consulting projects. Industry consulting projects involve teams working with industry partners to solve real business problems, which mirrors the kind of work graduates would be doing as business consultants in their professional careers. Students work directly with each organisation and are supported by an academic supervisor to complete their project.
All of our degrees have the opportunity to complete work integrated learning either through your capstone or elective units. Students can complete 20, 30 or 55 day placements for credit both within Australia or overseas.
The Business School has connections with a large range of employers across all sectors to help provide you with a placement. As part of this process, you’ll be asked to submit a CV and sit an interview with the employer to mimic real-life job seeking. Students also have the option of sourcing their own internships.
The Monash Business School has many opportunities for our students to travel and gain a deeper understanding of business around the globe. Students can complete an exchange at any of our partner universities.
We also offer short term study tours, which usually run for 2-3 weeks. A study tour involves a group of Monash students and academics travelling together during the winter or summer semester break.
Due to current restrictions imposed by the Australian Government, all international travel is banned indefinitely to stop the spread of COVID-19. As a result, all international travel opportunities are suspended until further notice. For more information, please see the Australian Government website.