Get real industry experience while you study
Our graduates consistently tell us that Swinburne's work integrated learning programs were vital in helping them land their dream career.
These programs are all about helping you gain valuable skills, confidence and vital career experience by the time you graduate. Depending on what you study, you can undertake an industry or community project, placement or internship and have it count towards your degree. Accreditation placements and overseas study tours may also be available to you or a compulsory part of your degree.
At Swinburne, we are dedicated to providing equal opportunity for all. If you have a disability or ongoing health issue and are undertaking a work placement, we offer a variety of support services. We’ll work with you and your host organisation to help balance your learning needs to ensure reasonable adjustments are made to enable you to undertake tasks and participate in the same capacity as others, as per the Equal Opportunity Act (2010).