Key points:

  • Decolonization and Indigenization are increasingly important topics in post-secondary education. This paper evaluates an international Indigenous work-integrated learning (WIL) exchange between University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada and three Australian Universities.
  • Researchers conducted interviews with participants and found the program aligned with the core themes of a culturally-relevant experience.
  • The research outlines important implications for WIL practitioners and educators for the future of Indigenous WIL.

What aspects and programming can be re-evaluated to ensure a culturally relevant WIL experience for Indigenous students? (PDF)