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Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Support Bursaries

 

Overview

Target audience: Undergraduate students from low socio-economic status (SES) backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, students from rural and remote areas.

Course summary: The WIL support bursaries are work placements offered through the Higher Education Participation Programme (HEPP). These placements are intended to give students hands-on experience in their preferred industry, as a part of their degree. These placements will be a part of academic units offered by the university and are credited towards the completion of a course, which may take the form of the following initiatives:

The placements are designed to ensure that undergraduates from disadvantaged backgrounds have the opportunity to study at university. Graduate recruiters recognise the work-readiness of students who have participated in these placements.

Fee payable: NA

Delivery Mode: On site

Financial assistance for Indigenous students: Not specified

Contacts

Bessie Tripatzis
Project Manager
Ph: (03) 9246 8142
Email: wilfin@deakin.edu.au

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Last updated: 28 November 2016
 
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