Architecture and Construction Management Placement Information

An internship/placement is an opportunity for you to gain real-world experience, industry exposure and credit towards your degree. Discipline specific (for both undergraduate and postgraduate students) and non-discipline units (for undergraduate only) are available.

SRM777 Construction Management Practice

SRM777 Construction Management Practice


Most students undertake the simulated version of this unit and do not require a work placement.

If you source your own placement, please note that delays in completing the placement could mean that the course will take longer to complete than the stated duration.  Attendance at the placement may be required outside the trimester dates.

Students must complete a min of 100 hours and a max 150 hours

  • 8 level 7 SR* coded units
  • STP710 is co-requisite  and must be enrolled in S792

Academic queries

SRM777 Unit Chair: Please refer to the University Handbook for unit chair and assessment details.


Please refer to Preparing and sourcing your WIL Placement for useful information.

Before you send the Placement Agreement to the organisation, please contact the WIL Team to determine if the faculty has an existing agreement with the organisation

To apply, visit InPlace where you will complete an application and attach the agreement and the Industry Placement Form for your placement. See Self-Placement Student Instructions (PDF, 476.7KB) for assistance on how to complete this step.

Note: When submitting your attachments in InPlace, please make sure you click ‘Upload’ and then 'Save'.

Other WIL placements

Undergraduate students may be able to undertake STP301 or STP341 if there is sufficient space within your course structure to do so. Please see the Faculty Placements page

Contact us

For more information regarding the WIL Program, or if you have any questions, please contact:


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