U of T Scarborough is the only U of T campus that offers formal co-op programs in Management as well as Arts and Science. Leaders in co-op education for nearly 50 years, our Management Co-op programs give students on-the-job learning within full-time, paid work terms in industries, organizations, and businesses relevant to their field of study.
Co-operative education is a unique program based on a three-way partnership between the University of Toronto, the student, and the employer. Practical work terms alternate with study terms. Work terms are paid and begin in January, May, or September for 4 or 8 month terms.
With Management Co-op, you become part of a learning community that encourages you to:
We work with a wide range of reputable employers annually, including:
Students are specially selected to the Co-op Program in Management through stringent admission criteria. The Co-op Program in Management accepts approximately 300 students per year.
The majority of these students are admitted directly from secondary school with a Grade 12 average in the mid 80s and above. These students are also expected to have an exceptional co-op application profile and strong mathematical skills. For more information, please visit the Admissions website.
The University of Toronto's co-operative education programs are offered primarily at Scarborough, since 1975. We are one of the only co-op programs at the University of Toronto to receive accreditation from Co-operative Education and Work Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Canada. We have dedicated relationship managers and top students available to hire year-round. We offer multiple diverse academic specializations for students who are interested in building expert knowledge across various functional areas of business.
We continue to innovate annually: In 2020, we expanded professional pathways in accounting and finance that are recognized by the CPA, CFA, and ACCA, allowing students to expedite their professional accreditation. We are also the first to guarantee that every student will have an applied learning experience where real-time industry projects are embedded in their learning journey. Read more about Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) at U of T Scarborough.
Hear from our students directly about the impact of co-op:
CIBC has been a life-changing opportunity where I experienced both professional and personal growth. I had a fantastic manager who was very supportive of my goals and made sure that I was always surrounded by an environment that facilitates learning in an inclusive work culture. My time with CIBC is highlighted by the SWAT Consultant program where I had the opportunity to present an innovative social media framework proposal to the CEO. Looking into my career goals, my work term at CIBC has made me realize that I can see myself working at a financial institution in the future.
– Taylor Wohlshutz (Summer Co-op, CIBC Personal Banking Division)
Working at BlackBerry was an experience that took me out of my comfort zone. I had the opportunity to join in projects that were client facing and I even presented in front of the VP of Global Sales. I have always been passionate about business and technology, and BlackBerry gave me the opportunity to work with both.
– Noah Joseph (Fall Co-op, BlackBerry Sales and Marketing Division)
Our co-op program is continually enhanced to stay on the cutting edge. This provides a proven formula for success through an advanced curriculum, including:
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We Believe in Students
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Conferences, networking events, and opportunities to connect with Management students and faculty—on campus or virtually.