In North America, co-operative education is at the forefront of educational innovation, and Concordia University is proud to be a leader in the field. By alternating program-relevant work experience with academic study, co-op students graduate with the kind of practical experience that today's employers are seeking. Concordia was among the first universities in Canada to establish a co-operative education curriculum and leads the way in preparing students for real-world challenges.
With over 200 co-op students graduating every year, there is no shortage of talent. Concordia's co-op students graduate ready to work, with a combination of academic and real-world work experience, research knowledge and business acumen.
To learn more about Co-Op opportunities for students in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, please visit the website of the Institute for Co-Operative Education.