Facts & figures
Project fast facts
- 45+ Organisations that offer real-world projects for students
- 1000+ Students have undertaken an industry project
- 50+ Completed projects
Our students bring fresh insights to your organisation and gain invaluable practical experience.
Partnering on a student project gives you the opportunity to collaborate and connect with a group of talented students and tackle an issue that is relevant to your organisation.
We have partnered groups of students with more than 45 leading organisations in Australia and internationally, including China, Hong Kong, Italy, India and the United Kingdom. Previous partner organisations include Accenture, ANZ, Ernst and Young, Herbert Smith Freehills, NSW Health, PwC and Westpac. Discover our full list of project partners.
The students' final presentations and reports were of a standard expected from a top-tier consultancy.
These projects provide a great opportunity to engage with motivated undergraduate students from a diverse range of disciplines. They provide exposure and insights into your organisation and the range of careers that might be available to these students.
Our students provide our partners with genuinely creative, innovative and effective insights to a range of different issues.
There is no cost to your organisation. Your investment is centred on time – an estimated commitment of a minimum of 12 hours.
As a project partner, you will play a vital role in giving our students a headstart as they navigate their way into the future workforce.
Firstly, partners will provide a brief to the students about a real business problem faced by their organisation. The students will gather research; conduct detailed analysis and present recommended solutions to you as a group at the end of the semester.
You will have the opportunity to engage with students and provide feedback on their progress throughout the project before they present their fresh insights and final solutions.
Projects are run in either a semester-long format – for 13 weeks – or an intensive mode during February and July over four weeks.
This fresh approach in having students from different disciplines working together has been extremely beneficial to AGL.