You'll apply your knowledge and skills via consulting and a focus on work-integrated learning (WIL), providing you with Statistical experience.
Your involvement with industry projects and data will give you the chance to build your theoretical capabilities in the context of practical problems.
Recent international student placements/projects include:
- Bosch Corporation, Japan
- Continental, Germany
- Siemens, Germany
- Novartis Switzerland
All Statistics students have a capstone experience with our industry partners, working with real data.
You'll do industry projects and develop your Statistical capabilities by solving problems hands-on.
Students will also have the opportunity to apply for industry internships and placements advertised through their study.
This program is linked to industry through the Industry Advisory Committee (IAC) and through various consulting and research projects undertaken by staff.
Members of the IPAC provide valuable input and are a major driver for change in the program, particularly with regard to industry trends and future graduate capabilities, the use of state-of-the-art software, the introduction of specialisations and, most importantly, support for the use of work-integrated learning (WIL).
WIL will be visible in each year of the program through guest speakers, industry projects, and when available, student placements/internships in industry.