Work-ready graduates are a valuable commodity in today’s marketplace, and initiatives to attract and recruit them are paramount

As part of the Industry Affiliates Program, the WIL office places students in a real workplace to complete a real industry project. An integral part of their degree, the IAP is designed to bridge the gap between being a student and entering the workplace by offering students the opportunity to practice the skills of their profession and gain experience in a work environment.

The program is structured to benefit both industry and students with Griffith University managing the program and tracking student milestones and progress to ensure project success and academic outcomes are achieved.

What can WIL do for your business?

  • Provide access to final year students.
  • Become an addition to your recruitment strategies.
  • Update your organisation’s research and development initiatives.
  • Create qualified project outcomes of a graduate calibre.

Student placement

Our program runs each Trimester over a 12-week period from late February to mid-May, July to September or October to February. Depending on the WIL course a student is enrolled in, they work on a full-time (5 days) or part-time (1 or 2 days) basis.

Student monitoring

Griffith University manages the program and tracks student milestones through assessment pieces.

Each student receives dual supervision, being allocated an industry supervisor and a University academic supervisor.

What's involved

Download our 2019 industry guide

How to offer a project

To register a project, contact to submit your project ideas. The WIL office staff are able to work with you to create a project that meets your specific needs.

All projects are reviewed and approved by a Griffith University academic staff member prior to being advertised to students.

Finally, industry partners select the student through an interview and selection process.

Current students

If you are a current student, please follow the link through to Learning@Griffith

Legal matters

Students are covered by Griffith University’s Personal Accident, Public Liability and Professional Indemnity insurances (if they are unpaid).

Students sign a non-disclosure agreement which assigns all intellectual property to the industry partner.

Projects can be confidential with assessments to University assessors only.

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