WIL requirements and governance

WIL activities must be designed to meet the requirements of university policy, TEQSA, State and Commonwealth legislation and regulations, and provisions required by professional accrediting associations.

Policy and Procedure

The Work Integrated Learning Procedure sits alongside the Program Design Procedure and sets out the minimum WIL requirements for coursework programs, from Certificate III to Masters.

The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) set out RMIT’s requirements to fulfil for WIL in their TEQSA Guidance Note: Work Integrated Learning.

Support Resources

The WIL Guidance Materials support the WIL procedure and provide detailed advice for managing WIL activities.

The WIL Processes are a best-practice resource for staff managing WIL activities. These processes have been designed to support the WIL procedure and ensure all RMIT policy and legal requirements are met at each stage of the activity.

Agreements and Insurance

It is a requirement of TEQSA (and therefore RMIT) that all WIL activities involving a community or industry partner have a completed WIL Agreement. Find out more information about WIL Agreements and Insurance information and download the TEQSA Guidance Note: Work Integrated Learning.


Responsibility for the governance, implementation and support of WIL activities sits across multiple areas of the University. Colleges and Schools are responsible for the management of WIL. See the map of School and College based WIL practitioners.

Centrally, WIL activities and support are provided by Careers and Employability who can be contacted by emailing: wil.support@rmit.edu.au for advice and information.