How do I apply for a work-integrated learning (WIL) internship or project?Updated 14/09/2021 11.47 AM
The application process for a work-integrated learning (WIL) placement will depend on the internship or project that interests you and meets your degree requirements*. Generally you will need to complete the following steps:
- Register your interest in the WIL placement.
- Enrol in the relevant WIL course for your program.
- Complete the agreement form relevant to you:
- Domestic WIL Agreement (for students undertaking placements in Australia)
- Domestic HDR Internship Agreement (for HDR candidtates undertaking internships in Australia
- Global WIL Agreement (for students undertaking placements outside Australia)
- Global HDR Internship Agreement (for HDR candidates undertaking internships outside Australia).
- Submit your form via email.
To find out more about WIL placements, who to contact, eligibility and how to apply, please visit:
- Work-integrated learning
- Humanities, journalism, public relations and communication internships
- Griffith Sciences become an intern
- Griffith Business School work-integrated learning programs
- QCA Enterprise: work-integrated learning and internships
- Community Internships