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Consultancy Experience – MWL316 and MWL716

Experience working as a consultant, develop skills in liaising with external stakeholders to identify, understand and attempt to resolve real-world business problems.

Consultancy Experience – MWL316 and MWL716

What is Consultancy Experience?

Consultancy Experience allows students to develop an understanding of the processes and skills required to be a consultant in a business environment. By undertaking this unit, you will practice ethical behaviour and develop your problem solving, self-management and interpersonal skills.

Who can apply

Consultancy Experience is available to undergraduate and postgraduate students, who are eligible to use a WIL unit towards their degree.

You will need to apply for a pre-approved faculty or university program. Once your application is approved, the WIL team will enrol you in either MWL316 or MWL716.

You cannot self-enrol in this unit and must apply the trimester before.

Please see approved programs below for further details and how to apply.


Unit details and eligibility

Please visit the University Handbook for further unit information and key trimester dates.

It is your responsibility to ensure that taking a WIL unit contributes towards your course requirements, and will not prevent you from meeting your course rules. If you are unsure we suggest you speak with a student adviser at Student Central.

Key dates and FAQs

This unit is available in all three trimesters. Please be aware that not every program will run each trimester.

T1 2024 applications open on 8 January and close on 11 February 2024.

T2 2024 applications open on 6 May and close on 9 June 2024.

T3 2024 applications open on 2 September and close on 13 October 2024.

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Contact us

If you still need help, please contact our Work Integrated Learning (WIL) team.