Our WIL program provides direct access to talented students in science, environment, engineering and technology
At Griffith Sciences, we offer a range of WIL programs for our students which involve an assortment of work placements. Trimester long placements vary from one day a week to a full-time 12-week placement, depending on the discipline.
With thousands of successful industry placements over the 20 years, WIL is effective in connecting industry partners with final year students who are eager to bring fresh and innovative approaches to addressing an organisational challenge or opportunity in industry.
Industry Affiliates Program
The Industry Affiliates Program is a work integrated learning program which integrates final-year undergraduate and postgraduate Science, Environment, Engineering and IT students into the workplace to complete a project.
Hosting an IAP student in your organisation means you can supplement existing project resources or have dedicated resources to complete those projects that are off the critical path and need to be completed at little or no cost.
Tap into tomorrow's talent
Download our Work Integrated Learning flyer for placement information
Virtual Enterprise is an industry project completed by a group of students, who are based on campus. If you have a problem on which you would like a group of students complete some research and development work, a Virtual Enterprise is a cost effective way to do that.
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