Gain valuable career connections and graduate with a degree and 12 months of paid work experience in just four years. Here’s how:
- Step 1: Choose your program and apply for one of Trent’s competitive co-op streams
Review all of Trent’s programs that offer competitive co-op streams , choose which stream is best for you, and follow your next steps on how to apply to Trent.
- Step 2: Join Trent’s community of scholars
Accept your offer and prepare to join Ontario’s #1 undergraduate university.
- Step 3: Register for the COOP 2000H course before your first work term
Through COOP 2000H course, the professional development pre-requisite course for co-op students in the Humanities and Social Sciences (including Business), you will learn what your responsibilities are as a Trent co-op student and prepare for a successful work term.
- Step 4: Gain experience through three full-time paid work terms while completing your degree
Complete three paid work terms, equally nearly 12 months of work experience, finish a reflection report after each term along with all other degree requirements and graduate career ready.