Work Integrated Learning (WIL) and internships
Incorporate a full or part time industry work placement as part of your degree and it’ll count as course credit. Not only will it prepare you for employment once you graduate but you’ll get first-hand industry insights and develop your professional network.
Global Citizenship Program
Expand your world and develop your career prospects with our Global Citizenship Program. Take part in short or long-term in-country opportunities; you’ll have the chance to build up your skills, give back to the global community and make your résumé stand out.
Year 12 Students and the Global Science and Technology Program
Open to VCE students via the VTAC application process, this program is for students who want to develop the skills needed to be successful in an increasingly global society. Focusing on your personal, academic and career development, it's your chance to gain experience beyond the classroom and go on a global adventure.
Peer Support Network (PSN)
Our mentoring and leadership program, PSN, supports new students with the transition into university life. By getting involved, you’ll have a friendly face to talk to from the moment you start life at Deakin, and mentors to share your university experiences with.
Deakin has a range of scholarships on offer for all students.
The placement was hands on – I experienced lots of different things in the industry. After completing my degree, I was lucky enough to obtain a graduate position.
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Opportunities with the School of Architecture and Built Environment
Intercultural Dialogue Through Design (iDiDe) study tour
Interested in a unique masterclass design workshop? As a Deakin student, you can visit the likes of India or the Kelabit Highlands in Malaysia to improve your architectural knowledge and learn all about designing in culturally diverse contexts.
Real Lecture series
Lectures run on Tuesdays at 6pm in D2.193 at our Geelong Waterfront Campus.
Pizza and drinks are provided. Email us for more information.
The Deakin Planning, Landscape, Architecture Construction and Environment Society (PLACE)
Connect with other students and staff through PLACE. We run get-togethers to tackle some of the hurdles you might face at university, and social events to help you meet new friends.
Be acknowledged for your outstanding academic performance and contribution to Deakin. We have a range of monetary prizes, placement opportunities and gift vouchers at the School of Architecture and Built Environment’s annual awards night.
Many of our architecture and built environment courses are professionally accredited by a range of prominent organisations.
Our annual student publication, A+BOUT, showcases outstanding student work and spans art, design, technology and science.
Our annual exhibition, PaperSpace, is a platform for our students' best work, and is open to the general public.
Opportunities with the School of Engineering
Postgraduate Engineering Internship
The Postgraduate Engineering Internship is design to give you first-hand, discipline-specific work experience (120 - 160 hours) and is offered to our Master of Engineering (Professional) students. You'll be better prepared for graduate employment, increase your employability and develop your professional networks.
Get the chance to use some of the best future-focused engineering and design facilities in the Australian university sector, thanks to our Centre for Advanced Design in Engineering Training (CADET).
Deakin Engineering Society (DES)
DES began in 1996. It's a fantastic opportunity for the young engineers of Geelong to meet new people (including potential employers!) and generally have a good time.
As the most active society at Deakin in Geelong, why wouldn't you want to be a part of it?
Ladies in Engineering at Deakin (LEAD)
Join this fun networking group for Deakin’s female engineering students.
Opportunities with the School of Information Technology
Postgraduate IT Professional Practice
Professional Practice is a discipline-specific, full time paid placement (60-85 working days) offered to our Master of Information Technology students. You'll take part in real-world environments, enhance your knowledge and skills and develop your professional networks – all in preparation for your future career.
Opportunities with the School of Life and Environmental Sciences
Get more from your degree through fieldwork. It's a chance for you to step away from your textbooks and really explore the environment you’re studying. Students studying our environment courses are able to learn about the real world through field trips and experiences.
Deakin's environment courses have a core professional practice unit that includes a discipline-specific industry placement. This puts you in touch with the environment industry.
You'll be involved with local councils, community groups and businesses dealing with environmental health issues like pollution control, recycling and ecotourism, as well as biodiversity conservation and management.
Environmental science blog
Want to know more about what we do, where we go and the environments we study? Learn all about the environmental-related things that our students and staff find interesting via our blog.