Programs

Co-op is available to both undergraduate and graduate students. The University monitors student progress during co-op placements. Employers supervise and evaluate job performance.

Experience Co-op  – Student Brochure

Flip through our Experience Co-op Brochure to learn more about Co-op Education at Brock University.

Undergraduate students

Undergraduate co-op students are required to complete a minimum of three four-month co-op work terms to graduate with the co-op degree. Students can work up to five work terms.

You must apply to the University through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC). Check the section marked ‘Co-operative Education’ when completing the form. Do not check the regular degree program.

Refer to the Brock Viewbook for admission requirements by program. Meeting the minimum average does not guarantee admission. Applicants not accepted to a co-op program will automatically be considered for admission to the regular degree program.

First Year Transfer Application Process

Want to learn more about the Co-op Advantage?  Click here for more information.