Entrepreneurial internships and CO-OP

As a student at our Faculty, you can work on developing your entrepreneurial idea during a CO-OP work term or simply through an internship. Imagine getting financial support to work on your own business plan! Or if you prefer, you can try working in a start-up company and see what a start-up is all about!


How to apply

  1. Interested students should submit a business plan to Professor Anis, Faculty Coordinator in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, to have it approved as a potential CO-OP or internship work term.
  2. CO-OP students must contact the CO-OP office to discuss how this fits into their program of study.

Support and funding

  • Students will be provided with $6,000/term to either work on developing their own start-up or to work in an existing start-up.