Industry placement, along with internships and projects, sit under the umbrella term of Work Integrated Learning (WIL).
WIL brings Flinders University together with the community and industry to develop the workforce and entrepreneurs of the future. It is an integral component of degree programs and provide students with a real opportunity to gain relevant work-based experience; put theory into practice and help guide career choices.
There are many benefits to undertaking a placement and as a student within the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences your discipline specific placement can provide you with a practical opportunity to put your studies into context. Areas include:
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