Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
A crucial part of RMIT’s commitment to work-relevant education is delivered through Work Integrated Learning (WIL).
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is the term given to an activity or program that integrates academic learning with its application in the workplace. The practice may be real or simulated and can occur in the workplace, at the university, online, face-to-face or any combination of these.
Paid student placements in industry are an important component of WIL. Other WIL opportunities include voluntary placements, industry based projects, simulated work experiences and RMIT’s Business Plan Competition. Learn more
- Work Experience Fair full of opportunities 26/08/2013Thousands of students have attended RMIT University’s Work Experience Fair to discuss work experience opportunities with employers from a broad range of professions and sectors.
- Aerospace student flies high in Germany 30/08/2012It's not every university student who gets to take out a patent for design work while doing "work experience" - but that's just what happened to RMIT University student Aaron Belbasis.
- Students benefit from work experience fair 31/08/2011More than 300 RMIT University students from the College of Business attended the annual Work Experience Fair.