- 6 months
Aims and objectives
The object of Industry-Based Learning is for students to integrate theoretical knowledge with the practical applications and experiences in a commercial environment. It also aims to assist the student by providing apportunities for personal growth and developing both technical and interpersonal skills.
Benefits to the student:
- Academic performance is often seen to improve following the industry experience.
- Opportunity to experience particular areas of their chosen profession before graduation.
- Ability to earn while they learn.
- A head-start to a successful future. As students with industry experience already have a point of comparison, career decisions are more informed and students have more to offer employers when they seek graduation employment.
Courses with unit
A unit of study available in the Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunication and Network Engineering), Bachelor of Business Information Systems, Bachelor of Science (Games Development), Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology, Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology (Network Design and Security)