Faculty of Education and Arts

InPlace student information

Student access to InPlace

All students who are enrolled in a placement course will have their InPlace account automatically created. Log in with your student ID number and FedUni password (the password you’re already using to log into My Student Centre).

All students enrolled in a course that involves going out on placement (even if you arrange those placements yourself) will need to access the InPlace system.

The InPlace Student Placement System is the main way you will communicate with your placement coordinator and academic supervisor while you’re on your placement. You will need to access the system to make your preferences, find out where you have been placed and use the log book function to communicate with your placement coordinator, supervisors at the University. In some workplaces your workplace supervisor may have access to the system.

You can download the InPlace Student User Guide (pdf, 492kb) to help with getting started.

If you are having trouble logging in to InPlace or have forgotten your password, please use the Password reset portal. Please remember that you must be enrolled in a placement course before your InPlace account will be activated.

If you’re having difficulty using the system please contact our InPlace Support Coordinator - inplacesupport@federation.edu.au

If you have general questions about your placement or the placement process please contact your placement coordinator or the placement office.