Career Practice/Practicum serves as the primary method for the integration of academic knowledge with professional experiences. The On-The-Job Training (OJT) / Practicum program supplement the knowledge imparted through Career Awareness programs through the development of actual work-related competencies.

Career Practice/Practicum aims to expose students to the real world of work, specifically in business, engineering, and computing environments in order to develop their capacities, capabilities, attitudes, professional attributes, and work ethics that contribute to their employability and life-long learning.

With the objective of producing professionals and potential leaders of the society, the University believes that work-based learning (WBL) helps the students identify their career paths and work towards professional success. The success of WBL lies in the tripartite partnership between the University, the participating employers or work-based and placement learning institutions, and the students.