Live Projects is a program under the LIVE (Lead. Intern. Volunteer. Experience) initiative. Participating students  undertake a unique three week collaborative project learning experience to solve a real business problem for a Victorian Government, business or community organisation.

The Live Projects initiative offers unique opportunities for international students to gain invaluable real world experience.

Program Lead Hayley Bolding says "Our aim is to support international students to not only gain invaluable employability skills but also social connections through engagement with Victorian Government, business and non-profit communities."

To find out more about the program vist the Study Melbourne Live Projects page on the Intersective website  email

Where to find projects

Currently ACU, Box Hill Institute, Gordan TAFE, UniMelb,  RMIT and Swinburne have all signed up to have their International Students participate in Live Projects. University of Melbourne, RMIT and Swinburne currently have information about Live Projects available.

University of Melbourne: Information about Live Projects on the University of Melbourne website.

RMIT: Information about Live Projects on the RMIT website.

Swinburne: Email

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Get involved with Live Projects at your university, college or school and gain valuable experience in real projects. Image supplied by intersective.

Live projects is delivered by the experiential education technology company intersective.