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Program benefits

The benefits of participating in the Graduate Co-op include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Simultaneously gain professional experience, while completing your academic studies\research without adding time to your degree length
  • Build your professional connections prior to the completion of your academic journey through employer workshops, site visits & networking events
  • Earn academic recognition on your transcript for completing work experience in your field of study
  • Access numerous internship opportunities not available publically, sourced specifically to your academic profile
  • Gain access to professional tools and resources only available to students enrolled in the Institute for Co-operative Education
  • International students accepted into the program will not only receive a special work permit in order to complete their internship, but valuable experience in the local Canadian market

Internship criteria

As with all internships, it must be:

  • Paid
  • Minimum 35 hours per week, full-time
  • 12 to 17 weeks 
  • Start in September, January or May
  • Relevant to student’s program of study

Eligibility

Students:

  • Admission to the Institute is a competitive process, meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee entrance into the Institute's programs.
  • Must have a minimum current GPA of 3.3
  • Must be registered in a Concordia University graduate academic program which has a Graduate Co-op program:
  • Faculty of Arts and Science
    • Economics
  • John Molson School of Business
    • MBA
  • Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science
    •  Information Systems Security and  Quality Systems Engineering                          

Policies

Students: 

  •  Students must be physically located in Montreal in the semester prior to their internship in order to attend interviews with employers (e.g.: you cannot be on exchange or travel).
  •  The Institute will fully support your internship search, but participants are ultimately responsible for securing an internship. 

  •  Students are responsible for paying Institute fees.
  •  Students must liaise with their Co-op Academic Director to ensure that their study program sequence aligns with their internship schedule

  • Cannot rescind an accepted internship offer. A student that rescinds an accepted offer will be immediately withdrawn.

  •  May complete 1 internship only (12 -17 weeks).

How to apply

Application Process:

·      Econ MA students must contact the Co-op Academic Director Prof. Christian Sigouin and consult the ECON MA Co-op webpages directly

·      All other Grad Co-op Programs apply directly online through this website by the September 15th application deadline. The applications will go live only in September.

More information on the program will be made available in March/April 2020.


Get more info

Prospective students can email questions to coopinstitute@concordia.ca

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