Work Integrated Learning and Student Outcomes

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Dec 19
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With heightening expectations on universities to prepare and equip students with the skills to immediately assimilate to the workplace.

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) offers students the opportunity to transfer their learning experiences into workplace skills. WIL can take the form of internships and fieldwork. 

It is now widely acknowledged that there is a direct correlation between WIL and graduate employability, as evidenced in the infographic below.

Download the high quality version here: WIL-7578-1.pdf (15 downloads)

Explore the future of work integrated learning at the Enhancing Graduate Employment Outcomes conference, running in Melbourne from 24 – 25 March 2020. Bringing together university leaders in graduate employability and employment, careers and student success, the conference is a prime opportunity to share strategies for producing work-ready graduates.

Submitted by Criterion Content Team

Criterion Content Team

This post has been written by the Criterion Conferences Content Team. Based in Sydney, we are an independent research organisation, producing over 90 conferences a year across a variety of industries. Our events, attended by thousands of senior delegates from the public and private sector, are designed to enrich, inspire and motivate. Our focus is on providing innovative, value adding content via our conferences and blogs like this are extension of that principle. You can view our conferences by visiting our website http://www.criterionconferences.com/conferences.

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