Partner Organisations and WIL
Is your organisation interested in hosting a student for an internship, placement, practicum or project?
Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) is a fantastic way to connect with students as part of their studies as well as the University of Canterbury. WIL is not only a fantastic opportunity, but also has many benefits to your organisation.
Benefits for your organisation:
Opportunities at UC
There are many opportunities to partner with UC, with various other WIL opportunities available in our Faculties:
The Faculty of Arts offers a range of opportunities for partners to get involved. These are some of the areas where you may be interested in getting involved:
There are many opportunities to connect with UC Business School, from projects to internships, undergraduate to the Masters programmes - find out more.
Work-placed learning and work placements are an integral part of the Engineering qualification completed generally over the summer period.
There are also opportunities to connect with students during their final year projects.
To learn more, speak with the Faculty of Engineering Student Advisor team.
Health is a wide area with includes a number of different opportunities to connect:
Connect with the Faculty of Law if you are interested in being involved in supporting students in a real world setting.
There is also an opportunity to support students studying Criminal Justice through the PACE Internship Programme.
Depending on your area of interest, Science offers various ways to support students connecting their studies to an authentic real world setting
Is Work-Integrated Learning not quite right for your organisation? UC Careers can help you increase your on-campus brand and profile with UC students. Find out the other ways they support your organisation to recruit UC students and graduates.
One way to promote opportunities within your organisations, such as paid internship, clerkships, or projects free of charge (criteria applies), is through our recruitment platform NZUni Talent.