More than 73 per cent of our graduates find the right job because we encourage students to take their learning experience beyond the classroom from day one.
Here you will find information on how we engage students in industry and the community to deliver skilled graduates who are able to successfully contribute to our regions, Australia and compete on the world stage.
If you have an employment opportunity for a student on campus, want to inform them of their career options, or are looking to connect them with our industry partners, the Careers Service has a variety of options to help get you started.
Work integrated learning (WIL) is the term used to describe educational activities that integrate theoretical learning with its application in a workplace, profession, career or future employment. More than 90 per cent of undergraduate programs include WIL courses, with activities offered by all faculties across a range of programs.
Engaging with industry not only ensures that our degrees meet industry standards, it also creates partnerships that provide our students with the opportunity to learn on the job while they complete their studies. Find out more about the Industry Scholarships program and encourage your students to apply for the scholarships currently on offer.
Summer vacation scholarships
Summer vacation scholarships provide undergraduate students with financial support while they undertake a program of supervised research. To establish a scholarship, complete the Proposal to establish a Faculty/School funded summer vacation undergraduate scholarship form (DOC, 52KB).