Get career-ready with real life practical experience

Our Work Integrated Learning (WIL) will improve your employability by giving you valuable practical experience in a workplace setting, directly related to the Environment degree you’re studying.

You’ll work with industry and government at a national and international level to improve environmental outcomes. 

WIL can be in the form of work placements such as; internships, field education, vocational and professional practice, including projects with industry and community organisations such as The Department for Environment and Water, SARDI - South Australian Research and Development Institute, Saltas, Trees for Life, Greening Australia, Yumbah Aquaculture and Oaklands Wetlands

Research

The world we live in is complex. From the intricate network of relationships that make up our natural environment to the physical, chemical and biological forces that shape it, nothing exists in a vacuum. To manage our natural resources and plan for a sustainable future, we need to understand how these elements interrelate and the science behind them.