Improve your Employability
build invaluable industry experience, develop your professional skills and networks. Your WIL employer may hire you upon graduation, or provide references, connections and guidance to help with career development.
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Master of Engineering students have the opportunity to complete graduate internship with one of our many partner organisations through our Work Integrated Learning program (WIL) – a placement in a professional or research setting, that counts towards your degree.
For successful students, a WIL placement provides a valuable opportunity to gain new skills and industry knowledge, build contacts and networks.
There are many personal and professional benefits of completing a WIL internship:
Throughout the unit you’ll be supported with supervision in the field by your host organisation, and continuing academic supervision from your course supervisor.