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Continuing our strong connection to industry  ensures our offering’s relevance is maintained, particularly as new technology, global challenges and processes emerge.

To connect with AMC through any of the following means, we encourage you to make contact with our Industry Coordinator by email to talk about how we can work together throughout the coming year.

Presentations and events

AMC frequently hosts a range of industry panels, guest lecture presentations, workshops and partnership events, allowing maritime relevant leaders and influencers to network directly with our students.

Our events intend on creating a platform to promote maritime organisations & future projects, career and graduate opportunities, support students in their transition to employment, highlight industry trends and improve the quality of future job candidates by communicating workforce skill expectations. Industry events will be updated on our webpage.

Work Integrated Learning

The Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities at AMC aims to link students to industry across a range of our courses and disciplines.

We work with students and academic staff to support maximum industry engagement as a part of the study experience, with some of Australia’s top maritime employers, both in and out of the classroom.

We seek to identify and develop opportunities for students through:

  • Guest lectures from industry specialists
  • Students placements in industry
  • Summer internship programs
  • Graduate programs & employment
  • Industry based projects
  • Networking events
  • Site visits

Maritime Engineering  students are required to complete a set number of hours within an industry placement before they are eligible to graduate. These opportunities are typically sourced independently by the student with support from our Industry Coordinator. The engineering professional practice and assessment logbook are a requirement of our accreditation body, Engineers Australia, and support students to transition into the workforce with the the experience and practical skills required by employers.

Cadetships/Sponsorships for Seafaring

Cadetships/Sponsorships are a way in which companies, organisations, groups can support students throughout their tertiary level pathway to obtain practical skills and sea service which is a AMSA requirement for both Deck and Engine Ocean Seafaring certificates of competency.  If there are openings on vessels or you would like to talk to us about offering a cadetship, please email our seafaring team directly

Graduate Programs

Supporting our students into the work force is key to our ongoing relationship from student to alumnus. We offer a Career Hub portal for industry to post relevant job vacancies & graduate programs to target our current AMC students nd first year graduates.

For any available positions within your organisation seeking a graduate, you can share with our final year cohort by emailing the details to amc.industry@utas.edu.au

If your position is needing broader exposure, or you are wanting to promote to AMC alumni, you can post your opportunities directly via Career Hub 

Alternatively, as a alumnus you can post directly to the AMC Alumni LinkedIn Group, or reach out to a relevant industry association or body affiliated with AMC.

Training and Consultancy

AMC Search (AMCS) is the commercial arm of the Australian Maritime College and Australia’s leading provider of maritime training and consultancy. From seafaring training to research into cutting-edge vessels, AMC Search helps the maritime industry and its people develop and innovate.

AMC Search has exclusive commercial access to the College’s suite of maritime facilities and provides bespoke consultancy services in collaboration with research experts at AMC. Together, we offer a diverse range of solutions relating to ship design, port development, technology feasibility studies and more.

More information on the AMC Search website.