SEBE Work Integrated Learning

Why do an internship/placement?

By completing an internship/placement, you will increase your employability and better prepare for graduate employment. Internships/placements give you the opportunity to network, develop skills and prepare for your future career in your chosen field.

You will learn some critical skills required within the real-world of industry that you cannot learn from your studies. You'll also gain experience in workplace culture and develop a professional network.

Did you know? You could be eligible for scholarships during your studies. Explore available scholarships.

I need advice!

Drop-in sessions are available to SEBE students to provide advice and answer any questions you may have.

SEBE WIL Online Zoom Drop-in Session

Join us every Monday from 2:00 - 3:00pm (AEST) via Zoom
(use passcode: 72335852)

SEBE WIL Face-to-face Consultations

Face-to-face consultations will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays by booking only, at both student centrals of Burwood (building N/M atrium, level 1) and Waurn Ponds (building JB) Campus.

Please book a one-on-one consultation with the WIL team.

Contact our team via email!

For more information about the program, please contact us at sebe-wil@deakin.edu.au

Please make sure you include the following details when reaching out to our team:

  • Student ID
  • Course name
  • WIL unit

Please refrain from sending multiple emails as the WIL team will respond to your email within 2-5 business days.

Preparing for your placement

Learn more about preparing for your WIL placement including sourcing placements and application process.

Current WIL opportunities

All students are required to organise an updated Course Map with Student Central prior to applying.

Visit Global experiences and placements for international opportunities.

You may be eligible for the WIL Student Support Scheme

Please refer to WIL-financial-support details on the 2022 scheme.

Browse internship/placement units and opportunities by discipline

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