Schulich students have the option to participate in our internships, which offer longer hands-on work experience than traditional four-month work terms.
Internships are paid positions and more than 70 per cent of all Schulich students participate in the program.
Students apply for internships in their third year and begin work placement after completing their third year of study. They then return to school to complete their fourth year of study before graduating.
Qualified students can start applying for internship positions on September 15. Throughout recruitment, employers can determine closing dates, interview dates and employment offers based on their own business needs.
Students come already skilled in a number of engineering disciplines including:
- Biomedical engineering specialization
- Chemical engineering
- Civil engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Energy engineering
- Energy and Environment specialization
- Geomatics engineering
- Mechanical and Manufacturing engineering
- Oil and Gas engineering
- Software engineering
The internship program is part of our ongoing commitment to student success. Work placements help ensure our students graduate with the technical expertise, classroom knowledge and professional skills needed to launch a successful career and join high performance teams.
Participants in the Schulich Internship Program are supported by an experienced, highly-dedicated team of career experts who partner with employers and students to achieve mutual success.