Frequently Asked Questions

What is Co-op/IIP?

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?
Co-op/IIP work terms must be paid, full time employment that is approximately 16 weeks long and will provide you with experiences that relate to your engineering education. Most often there will need to be a Professional Engineer working in the employer’s organization but we can offer support to students if that is not the case. Sometimes this can be difficult to determine. Your Co-op/IIP coordinator can help you decide if an opportunity is suitable to be included as a Co-op/IIP work term.

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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?

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