Application for Co-op Year One Admission

Co-op Education Allows You to:

  • Explore your career possibilities
  • Build your skills and experience portfolio
  • Gain access to professional and industry-specific contacts and resources

Students after their first year at Brock can apply to transfer into an existing co-op education program!


Biological Science



Computing & Business

Computer Science

Data Sciences and Analytics

Earth Sciences

Engineering (coming soon)

Environmental Geosciences

Geography (BSc)


Mathematics & Computer Science



Psychology (BSc)

Oenology & Viticulture


Business Economics
Geography (BA)
Political Science
Political Science (Public Administration)
Labour Studies
Business Administration


Personal Growth

  • Recognize your strengths and weaknesses as well as further develop skills that will be necessary for your future career.

Professional Experience

  • Gain a minimum of 12 months of relevant paid career/degree related experience

Invaluable Networking

  • Connect with industry contacts to build upon your professional network and increase your marketability to launch your career after graduation

Have Questions?

Are You Interested in Transferring to Co-op & Want To Learn More?
Do You Have Questions About the Application Process?

Upcoming information sessions will address:

  • The Year 1 Co-op Transfer Application Process
  • How to Access the Application
  • The Co-op Journey and Expectations of Being a Co-op Student
  • What are the Eligibility Requirements and Timelines for the Application

Information sessions for all first-year Brock Students who are interested in transferring into an existing Co-op Education Program 

Tuesday, March 19th from 11:00am-12:00pm
Wednesday, March 27th from 1:30pm-2:30pm
Thursday, April 4th from 10:30am-11:30am
Monday, April 8th from 12:30pm-1:30pm

If you have any questions prior to these online information sessions are you are not able to attend any of the scheduled sessions, contact Candice Edwards, Transition Advisor by email at

Application Information and Details

  • Be a current Brock student with full time standing and have no more than 5.0 credits earned
    • Please note: Part-time students and/or students with more than 5.0 credits are not eligible to apply due to restrictions of sequencing.
    • All students entering the co-op program from secondary school need to apply to co-op through their university application.
  • Meet the Honour standing of your degree program (typically, minimum 70 percent in major and 60 percent in non-major).
    • Public Health students please note: A minimum average of 75% is required for an application to be considered.
  • Be able to legally work in Canada.
  • Applicants may be contacted for a personal assessment interview before a final decision can be made.

Please note that interviews will be scheduled to take place during the month of June.

  • Additional co-op fees will be applied once admitted into the Co-op stream of your degree program (Further information can be found here).
  • Relocation or commuting to be factored in when pursuing opportunities
  • Spaces are limited due to retention and meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee a spot in co-op.
  • Application review will begin June 3rd, 2024
    • Application admission will begin mid-June
  • Resume – upload a copy of your cover letter and resume in one document.
  • When completing the application questions please consider reviewing the following resources to assist you in developing answers that will best reflect your skills and experience (Tips for Good Writing found here).

How to Access the Application

The Video Below provides step-by-step instructions on how to access the Year 1 Co-op Transfer Application.

Year 1 Co-op Transfer Application in CareerZone