What better way to promote STEM and ensure a steady flow of Australian ICT graduates?
6,500 Australian school leavers attended the The ACS Foundation's Big Day In program 2015. University IT course enrolments went up.
The ACS Foundation (ACSF), whose charter is to encourage private and public sponsorship of ICT higher education and research initiatives, has today released the results of a survey of its Work Integrated Learning scholarship holders. The quantitative and qualitative responses prove the value of relevant work experience programs for ICT tertiary students in complementing their academic studies and improving their employment prospects.
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