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We provide employers with a highly personalized recruitment service to ensure the right student is placed in the right role, and to support them at home and abroad. Our students may be eligible to work in 30+ countries through International Experience Canada. Some of the most popular international destinations for Management Co-op students to work and study abroad in our BBA program include:
We offer the only Management and International Business (MIB) Co-op BBA at the University of Toronto. Our MIB students complete one international work term and one study-abroad term as part of this program. MIB students speak more than one language, have demonstrated leadership skills, and actively engage in extra-curricular or volunteer activities. This is above and beyond the admissions criteria for strong math and English skills required by our Management program.
Employers worldwide recognize the value of recruiting from U of T. Our MIB students have worked with some of the most recognizable brands across the globe, including:
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Graduates of the University of Toronto consistently rank among the most employable university graduates in the world. Graduating with 12 months of industry experience, Management and International Business students are in high demand by organizations in the global marketplace.
Their international perspective drives creative problem-solving in a number of functional business areas, including:
ACCOUNTING: Audit and assurance, budgets and cash flow, internal controls, corporate and personal tax.
FINANCE: Bond and stock valuations, leasing and purchasing decisions, risk and wealth management strategies, mergers and acquisitions analysis.
HUMAN RESOURCES: Recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation, health and safety, diversity in the workplace.
MARKETING: Advertising and promotion, business-to-business, and market research analysis.
STRATEGIC PLANNING: Management of policy and strategy, pricing strategies, new venture creation, and sales and distribution management.
ECONOMICS: Policy development, comparing economic systems, regression analysis, organizational strategies, and economic development.
TECHNOLOGY: Analysis for decision-making, linear and integer programming, multi-criteria optimization, software design.
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Management Co-op, U of T Scarborough
Are you a student seeking information about international co-op placements? Please visit our Management and International Business page for more information.