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Work-integrated learning

From our classroom to the workplace

Work-integrated learning (WIL) allows students to apply their knowledge from the classroom to work experiences in the field. This approach to education has helped our students bridge the gap to employment with leading organizations. 

Choose from three options


Consulting project

Personal project

Benefits for students

  • Familiarize yourself with the real working environment
  • Develop relationships with professionals in the industry
  • Apply your learning in real-life settings
  • Gain hands-on experience
  • Carve your path to employment

Benefits for employers

  • Find and familiarize yourself with future employees
  • Develop a talent pipeline
  • Gain innovative ideas and creative solutions that can increase your organization's growth

A proven path to employment

“It’s uncertain when you’re pivoting careers, so it was definitely exciting to be able to see that the program and its internship and mentorship components paid off in the context of a job,” says UX/UI designer and Concordia Continuing Education alum Sasha van Stavel.

Concordia Continuing Education connects students to the workplace through experiential learning

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Work-integrated learning opportunities

Work-integrated learning opportunities are available in the following programs:

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