ASSC – Education placements and WIL

ASSC Work Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning (WIL)

Internships undertaken for academic credit (sometimes referred to as Placements or Industry or Community Projects)

Internships or projects in an industry or community settings are offered across the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce.

In addition to discipline specific subjects, the College also offers multi-discipline subjects, offering vital skill development via an internship or team-based projects.

We strongly recommend students consider undertaking a WIL subject during their course to gain career-ready experience, make valuable industry connections, and gain insight into the types of opportunities available after they graduate.

Eligibility criteria apply to enrolment into WIL subjects.

Undergraduate Arts, Business, Double-degree Law and SHE courses

If you are studying an undergraduate Arts, Business or double-degree Law course, or an undergraduate course offered by the SHE College, you may be eligible to apply for the following subjects. Check the subject guide for more details.

DisciplineWIL TypeSubject CodeSubject NameCampusStudy Period
Arts, Business, Law, SHE College coursesProjectHUM2SLCService Learning or a Research Internship in the CommunityBundooraSemester 2
Arts, Business, LawInternshipHUS3WPPWork Placement ProgramAll Victorian CampusesSemester 2; Summer 1
Arts, Business, Law, SHE College coursesInternship/ProjectHUS3IINInternational InternshipAll Victorian CampusesSemester 1;
Semester 2
Arts, Business, Law, SHE College coursesProjectSHE3INCIndustry Innovation ChallengeBundooraWinter

Arts courses

If you are studying an undergraduate Arts degree, you may be eligible to apply for the following subjects. Check the subject guide for more details.

DisciplineWIL TypeSubject CodeSubject NameCampusStudy Period
CommunicationsProjectSTC3SAAStrategic Communications Agency ABundooraSemester 1
CommunicationsProjectSTC3SABStrategic Communications Agency BBundooraSemester 2
CommunicationsProjectSTC3SACStrategic Communications Agency CBundooraSummer
Journalism; Sports Journalism;
PR and Media
InternshipMAC3INTProfessional InternshipBundooraAll year
Screen; Sound; AV Media;
Filmmaking
InternshipMSS3INTProfessional InternshipBundooraSemester 1;
Semester 2;
Summer
PoliticsInternshipPOL3PCWProfessional Competence - Transition
to the Workplace
BundooraSemester 1;
Semester 2
Urban PlanningInternshipPLA3PPBPlanning Practice and Professional
Experience
BendigoSemester 1
Urban PlanningProjectPLA4CIEDesigning Children's EnvironmentsBendigoSemester 1
Legal StudiesInternshipLST3LWCLegal Studies Workplace CompetenceBundooraSemester 1;
Semester 2;
Summer;
Winter

Criminology – as of 2018 Criminology is now taught by the La Trobe Law School. Please see the Law School webpage for more details.

Business courses

If you are studying an undergraduate Business degree, you may be eligible to apply for the following subjects. Check the subject guide for more details.

DisciplineWIL TypeSubject CodeSubject NameCampusStudy Period
AccountingInternshipACC3AWPAccounting Work PlacementAlbury-Wodonga; Bendigo; BundooraSemester 2 (Bendigo; Bundoora)
Week 46-50 (Bundoora)
Summer 3 (Albury-Wodonga; Bendigo)
Event Management / Tourism & Hospitality / Marketing & ManagementInternshipBUS3ELPExperiential Learning ProjectAll Victorian CampusesSemester 1 (Bundoora);
Semester 2 (All)
HospitalityInternshipTHS1FBSFood and Beverage SupervisionBundooraSemester 2
Sports ManagementProjectMGT3SVMVolunteer ManagementBendigo; BundooraSemester 2
Sports ManagementInternshipMGT3SPRSport PracticumBendigo; BundooraAll semesters
BusinessInternshipBUS5WILBusiness Work PlacementCitySemester 2

Education courses

If you are studying an undergraduate Education degree, you may be eligible to apply for EDU1DLC: Diverse learning communities, which incorporates a project component.

Core placement subjects

The College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce (ASSC) Placement Operations team organises professional experience placements for education students who have mandatory placement components in their course. The placements  provide the opportunity for you to work in a supportive educational setting, integrating theory with practice, and developing the skills and experience you will need as a teacher once you have graduated.

See Education placements for details of those placement subjects.

Law courses

Double degree law students may be eligible to apply for WIL subjects available for Arts and Business students. Check the subject guide for more details.

DisciplineWIL TypeSubject CodeSubject NameCampusStudy Period
CriminologyInternshipLCR3INTCriminology InternshipBundooraSemester 2
LawInternshipLAW2RRJRural and Regional Issues In JusticeBendigoSemester 2
LawInternshipLAW2PLPPublic Interest Law PracticeBundooraSemester 1;
Semester 2
LawInternshipLAW4INTLegal InternshipBundooraSemester 1;
Semester 2;
Summer;
Winter
LawInternshipLAW4INBLegal Internship BBundooraSemester 1;
Semester 2;
Summer;
Winter
LawInternshipLAW4LPPLegal Practice and ConductBundooraSemester 1;
Semester 2;
Summer;
Winter
LawInternshipLAW5HRAHuman Rights AdvocacyBundooraSemester 2
LawInternshipLAW5INTLegal InternshipBundooraWeek 10-25;
Week 31-51;
Week 42-52
LawInternshipLAW5INBLegal Internship BBundooraSemester 1;
Semester 2;
Summer