The University of Toronto is Canada’s top-ranked university, offering more than 45 co-op programs in Arts, Management, Science, and Technology. A global leader in research, teaching and graduate employability, U of T provides diverse and extensive areas of study organized around intimate learning communities.
Why hire with the University of Toronto Scarborough’s Co-op program?
Flexible work terms
With flexible work term options of 4, 8, and 12 months, you can choose a duration that best suits your organization’s project and needs.
Our students are ready for success
Not only do our students learn from internationally-renowned experts in their fields, but our grads also boast one of the top employability outcomes on the planet. With extensive co-op preparation and a solid academic foundation in their program area, you’ll find that U of T Scarborough Co-op students arrive at your workplace well-prepared. Did you know that we have both undergraduate and master level talent pools?
Flexible posting deadlines
Post jobs, interview candidates, and hire whenever you’re ready. We have year-round talent available.
Free, full-service operation
The University of Toronto Scarborough’s Co-op office offers a free, full-service operation: simply send us the job description, choose your preferred candidates, and conduct interviews at our office or yours. We’ll take care of promoting your role to our students, scheduling interviews, correspondence with students, coordinating offers, and more.
Leverage our funding expertise
Our team actively seeks out funding opportunities for co-op roles. In addition to the Co-operative Education Tax Credit, we can advise you on other available government grants and funding opportunities.
How to hire:
Looking for students in computer science, math, statistics, liberal arts, or science programs?
Complete your hiring in as few as 10 days:
Looking for students in management, finance, strategy, marketing, accounting, HR and more?
Contact us to post your job or connect with your dedicated relationship manager.