Boost your knowledge, skills and connections, and graduate with hands-on experience
At Griffith, work-integrated learning experiences allow you to put what you've learned in the classroom into practice. Through work placements, internships and projects, you can expand your network and your horizons, as well as gain credit towards your degree.
WIL also offers you a chance to think about and do things differently—to adapt, be agile and demonstrate creativity and resilience. These are key transferable skills that attract employers and will help you hit the ground running as you embark on a career in a new world of work.
Benefits of work-integrated learning
Develop professional connections to open doors to future work opportunities
Work in professional settings to gain industry experience for when you graduate
Learn new skills and enhance existing ones
Develop and draw on knowledge that directly relates to your courses
Build your employability and sought-after attributes, so you can stand out from the job-seeking crowd
Contribute to community
Enjoy the sense of achievement that comes from giving back to the community and being involved in positive change.
Engage with others
Engage in teamwork and problem solving, and learn to communicate effectively
Sense of identity
Develop your professional identity and become job ready
Academic group WIL opportunities
Arts, Education and Law
Each school within the Arts, Education and Law academic group has its own student opportunities. See your school for more details.
Griffith Business School
Explore local and global work-integrated learning opportunities for Griffith Business School students.
Most programs within the Griffith Health academic group have WIL embedded in curriculum. For more details, contact your individual school.
Explore the internships offered to students studying in schools within the Griffith Sciences group.