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Work-Integrated Learning

  • Competitions: Test your knowledge on a real-life challenge, broaden your understanding, meet corporate and community leaders and executives.
  • Internships: Gain degree-relevant experience that will enable you to try out a career role to see if you like it, build industry contacts, acquire technical or practical skills, and arm yourself with achievements for future job applications.
  • Mentoring: Would you like the chance to build a support network and be mentored by a peer, academic or senior executive?
  • PACE Units: Enrol in a PACE Unit like MKTG304 - Marketing Project, BBA360 - Business Project, HRM207 - Human Resources Learning and Development and/or BUS303 - International Business Project and you will be engaging with business and government partners on campus. Students who enrol in the PACE Units FOBE200 - Professional and Community Engagement and FOBE300 - Student Leadership in Community Engagement can organise their own internship in a multi-national corporation, get involved in a community project, obtain practical skills through a practicum, or work with students from other disciplines on an international project (through PACE International). Students who participate in Competitions, undertake an internship or are involved in a mentoring program may also be able to enrol in a PACE Unit to receive academic credit for their experience.