What is Co-op/IIP?
Co-operative Education and Industrial Internship Program or Co-op/IIP is the cooperative education program for the Faculty of Engineering. It is available to all qualifying undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering and is run through a central program office. For more information on cooperative education in the Faculty of Engineering, please click on the General Information link.
To contact Co-op/IIP program staff, please click on the Contact Us link.
What are the benefits of being a Co-op/IIP student member?
What are the prerequisites?
What does the Co-op/IIP application process consists of?
What are the lengths of Co-op/IIP placements? How many can I work?
How do I find a Co-op/IIP job?
How much support will I have from the Co-op/IIP staff?
Are there any fees associated with Co-op/IIP?
When do I pay the Co-op/IIP fees?
What does my work term course pay for?
When do I write my work term report?
Do I apply each Year?
What jobs qualify?
Can I do research?
If I choose to leave the program, what are the consequences?
As an international student, do I need a certain work permit? What is the process of getting a work permit?