Wondering how you navigate your career in an ever-changing workplace? 

The Future of Work Project is an online practicum aimed at developing and applying your skills, capabilities and knowledge of future workplaces. 

You’ll learn and practice the human skills required to be successful as an individual: curiosity, creativity, empathy, and courage. You’ll examine how these skills intersect with emerging technologies, artificial intelligence and globalisation. 

Guided by your lecturer and as part of a small team, you’ll apply these skills and capabilities to a real-life business challenge for an industry partner. Your client will present a problem related to their future workforce and, in project teams, students will investigate this challenge, workshop solutions, and provide a recommended way forward. 

Enrol now to take part in this exciting opportunity!

If the course is full you will be placed on a waitlist.

  • Future of Work Project (COMM2244) is a free elective. It’s recommended you refer to your program handbook and the progression plans to understand your current progression and program, because it’s your responsibility to ensure that this course will count within your program requirements.  

    The course is available to students who: 

    • You’ve completed a minimum of 48 UOC at the commencement of this course 

    • You have room in your degree for this course 

    • You are in good academic standing 

    • You have achieved a score in yellow or green zone for your “LinkedIn profile” on the Career AI platform (Aspire module).

    • You have completed Career Accelerator: Essentials (Login using student-enrolment key: Career_Accelerator) OR COMM1999 myBCom First Year Portfolio

  • Assessment is satisfactory (SY)/unsatisfactory (FL) according to the standard UNSW scale.

    • Team project (2 x presentations + Q&A with industry partner) 30%
    • Peer assessment 15%
    • Self-skill assessment + reflection 40% 
    • Business report 20% 


For any further enquiries please email Career Accelerator

Please consult the most up to date UNSW Handbook for full course details.