What can Co-operative Education do for you?
Find out what 300+ students already know about co-operative education:
- Co-operative Education (Co-op) is a work-integrated learning program that connects you with paid employment for four-, eight-, or 12-month full-time work terms.
- You can earn more as a co-op student; co-op student salaries are 22% higher than non-co-op students'. Students can earn $2.5K to $5.5K monthly.
- The Dhillon School of Business proudly offers co-op placements to eligible students no matter their degree or major (something you won’t find anywhere else).
- Test drive a career or organization of interest, apply theories you’ve learned in the classroom while earning money, gaining confidence and developing your professional and personal skill-set.