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Co-Op and Internship

The Engineering Co-Op and Internship Office is committed to supporting eligible students enrolled in all Engineering programs, as well as students in the Health Physics and Radiation Science program at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Our goal is to assist you in all aspects of finding an appropriate Co-Op or Internship placement that will help you get valuable engineering work experience while completing your undergraduate degree program.

The Engineering Co-Op and Internship program at the university is optional, rather than being a mandatory component for graduation..  Placements can range anywhere from 4 to 16 months and, as a student, you have some flexibility based on your program map around when is the best time for you to be out on a work placement.

For more information, please review each of the areas below or contact us at the following:

Office Contacts:
Anne Coulby, Co-Op and Internship Officer (ext. 5702) 
Rachel Dyers, Program Coordinator, Student Support (ext. 5788)

Office Location: ACE 2010

Office Hours: Appointments available to book on the student life portal or drop in anytime from Monday to Friday from 8:30am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-4:30pm.

Email: engineering.internship@uoit.ca

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