Placements help you gain valuable work experience in the industry or profession you're studying.
Within the Victoria University Business School we offer placements through the Centre for Work Integrated Learning.
Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
The Centre for Work Integrated Learning was designed to support and assist Victoria University Business School students in preparing for employment.
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) combines professional workplace-based activities with an online curriculum designed to give you an edge in a highly competitive employment marketplace.
The Centre coordinates workplace learning in two areas; cooperative education or 'Co-op' and Business integrated learning (BIL).
WIL produces mature, focused graduates with the skills to immediately play a productive role in any work place.
Students & alumni
Tourism award winner Tessa McLachlan is capitalising on a world of opportunities.
Oladokun Omibiyi applied his accounting knowledge while working as a finance administrator for Crown Melbourne.
Samantha Rodrigues' co-op year gave her valuable skills and landed her a job after graduation.
Elias Assaf gained real-world experience during his work placement at Hobsons Bay Council.
Anastasia Keras worked with the pros during her placement at Channel 9.
Studying at Victoria University allowed Anthony to learn about the finance industry, and go out and put the theory into practice during a year of co-operative education.
Megan Buttigieg's workplace learning has paved a rewarding career path that has already led to a promotion.
Bachelor of Business Accounting at VU has allowed me to achieve my goals of getting a degree as an accountant, and attaining a job in the accounting industry.