Businesses participating in work-integrated learning programs benefit by:
- accessing motivated, enthusiastic and willing students with new ideas;
- having extra assistance to complete new and existing projects;
- developing staff through interaction and engagement with students;
- having the opportunity to provide feedback on what future students are taught;
- developing links with the University and other organisations; and
- having the opportunity to trial prospective employees.
Students participating in the program will be given the chance to further develop a broad range of work-related skills that will enhance their graduate capabilities.
For a summary of the different types of programs in the School of Business and Law, please read:
Benefits to employers and hosts
- Work-Integrated Learning flyer - PDF File, 164.6 KB