Problem-solving is a strength that can bolster your prospective career. We want you to graduate with the confidence and skills to tackle any project or everyday challenge that crosses your future workplace – today.
Industry-linked projects invite you to take on authentic workplace challenges related to your future career. All projects are team-based and guided by real industry professionals.
Industry-linked projects are normally undertaken as a unit of study during the final year of your course. This invaluable opportunity will give you the chance to:
- participate in real, on-the-job challenges that may include competitions, research projects or internal briefs
- learn how to apply your knowledge to actual workplace tasks
- improve your teamwork skills
- develop your initiative and problem-solving capacity.
Industry-linked projects usually run for one semester.
You can complete a project as part of a unit of study. Most units are worth 12.5 credit points.
Industry-linked projects are not paid.
Students will be charged standard unit tuition fees for the Industry Linked project units.
- students in courses that have an Industry Linked Project as an accredited study option or requirement
- each industry-linked project unit will also have specific unit prerequisites.
How to apply
Industry-linked projects are done as part of a unit of study and may be a requirement of your course. Speak with your course coordinator or book a course advice appointment to discuss available units.