Enrolment is limited to ensure that students receive a high level of assistance from our team, as well as quality work terms. Admission to the program is based on several factors including:
For students entering co-op directly from high school, or transferring from other universities (including Mississauga and downtown campuses of U of T), you can review application policies and procedures at our Admissions & Student Recruitment website.
Applicants already enrolled in or having completed a university program will be considered for admission with advanced standing credit where applicable.
Students from outside Ontario will be assessed individually. Applications from visa students are accepted; however, students should be aware that some government offices and private companies will hire only Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Given that admission is competitive, we will automatically consider you for alternate choices at U of T Scarborough (for regular computer and mathematical, humanities, life sciences, physical and environmental sciences, or social sciences programs) should your application for co-op not be approved.
Questions about admissions and scholarships for external candidates:
Summer admission period (first round): All program Arts & Science co-op areas will be considered. Please apply by April 19, 2021.
Note: Students who do not currently hold the CMS Co-op degree POSt (SC HBSCC) will need to apply by the first-round April 19th deadline. SC HBSCC students may apply either by the first-round April 19th deadline or the second-round July 22nd deadline.
Fall admission period (second round): Application to programs in Humanities and Social Sciences, French, Psychology & Health Studies, Life Sciences, Physical and Environmental Sciences will be considered. Please apply by July 22, 2021
For admission, the minimum cumulative grade point average (cGPA) requirement varies by program but is never less than 2.5. Check the calendar for program-specific requirements. You will also need the required courses listed for your program in the calendar to be considered.
Please be aware that a cGPA of 2.5 must be maintained to remain in the co-op program.
Ideal candidates will have less than 10 credits. However, we will consider students who have 10-13 credits on a case-by-case basis. If you will have over 10 credits, please contact the Co-op Office to discuss your options.
If you’re applying to the April Subject POSt request period, you must be available to complete COPB50, Foundations For Success In Arts & Science Co-op, in the summer term (starting in late May or early June).
Not in a Co-op Program?
If you're already enrolled at U of T Scarborough, but not in a Co-op Program and would like to be considered for a transfer into an Arts & Science Co-op Program, please follow the steps below:
Enrolled in a Co-op Program?
If you are already enrolled at U of T Scarborough in Arts & Science Co-op and would like to apply to or change a Co-op Subject POSt, please follow the steps below:
If you have questions about the form or applying to the Arts & Science Co-op Program, contact:
Arts & Science Co-op