Collaborative engagement with industry takes place during Work Integrated Learning activities.
These stories highlight the various ways RMIT students learn and work with our industry and community partners throughout the year.
Civil engineering student Hamish spent six weeks in Waivaka, Fiji, with Reach 4 Your Future Foundation. He worked on designing a bridge to help locals cross a flood-prone river.
Business student Luke believes that his WIL experiences at ME Bank, Whybin TBWA and Google helped him figure out his career path.
Journalism student Finbar did his work placement at the Japan Times in Tokyo where he was described as the ‘perfect intern’.
Aerospace engineering student Nicolette says her WIL experience at Rolls Royce, and a placement in Germany with automotive manufacturing giant Denso, has given her a competitive edge in the job market.
Master of Design and Innovation Technology student Prachi says that her WIL experience at CityLab taught her to how to solve problems that cross design boundaries.
Colin Pritchard, Head of Human Resources at Ericsson talks about the value of employing a student as part of the RMIT Work Integrated Learning program.