Co-operative Education (Co-op)

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.


Apply to Co-operative Education through the Career Bridge

Read about our students' co-op experiences:

The 2023/24 Doreen Kooy Memorial Prize

Dhillon School of Business accounting major Mike Sears distinguished himself as a top performer during his 16-month co-op work term, making him the clear choice for the 2023/24 Doreen Kooy Memorial Prize for …

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Honouring co-op student excellence in memory of Doreen Kooy

She was a kind soul and an inspiration to many. Former Dhillon School of Business Co-op Coordinator Doreen Kooy has passed, but her legacy lives on through the Doreen Kooy Memorial Prize for …

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Makayla Koshuta: 2023 Dhillon School of Business academic gold medal winner

Makayla Koshuta (BA/BMgt '23) is the recipient of the 2023 undergraduate gold medal for the Dhillon School of Business. Here she talks about her time in co-op and stresses the value of …

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To apply for the Co-operative Education program, please visit the Career Bridge website

Already registered in the Co-op program? Visit the My Experience portal for information on how to prepare for interviews, upcoming events, schedule a practice interview, seek available opportunities on the job board and more.

If you have any questions about the Co-op program, please contact: