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
Demonstrate your abilities by working with a host organization for a minimum of 120 hours.
Team up with your classmates to complete a consulting project for a host organization.
Unleash your entrepreneurial spirit by desiging and executing a project of your choosing.
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