Boost your professional experience by enrolling in a Work Integrated Learning unit
Gaining work experience is one of the most important things you can do to secure graduate employment. Not only will this practical experience prepare you with the relevant skills and knowledge to make sure you’re career ready, but you’ll also get first-hand industry insights and develop your professional network.
Looking to gain more professional knowledge and experience?
Undertaking a work placement will help you to:
- gain a competitive edge in the job market
- explore career options relevant to your discipline
- bridge the gap between theory and practice
- apply and consolidate knowledge from your course
- experience workplace and industry culture
- develop professional networks
- be work ready when you finish your studies.
What work placements are available?
Work Integrated Learning units available in the Faculty of Health include:
H343 Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science/H315 Bachelor of Nutrition Science (and associated combined degrees)
H344 Bachelor of Psychological Science/H345 Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
H300 Bachelor of Health Sciences
- HSN227 Volunteering in Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
- HSH303 Health Practicum
- HPS328 Psychology at Work (Internship)
H313 Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion (and associated combined degrees)
M703 MBA (Healthcare Management)
H704 Master of Health Economics/H756 Master of Health and Human Services Management/H757 Master of Public Health/H759 Master of Health Promotion
Interested in taking part?
For more information and to enrol in a unit for T3 2020, or 2021, see the Faculty of Health’s Work Integrated Learning webpage, the 2020 University Handbook, the 2021 University Handbook, or contact [email protected].