Did You Know...

  • Memorial University established one of the first three co-operative education programs in Canada
  • Studies show that co-op students gain employment sooner after graduation, have higher salaries and are more likely to find employment related to their degree area than non-co-op graduates
  • Memorial co-op students have held work term placements throughout Canada and international locations including: Australia, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, China, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Ireland, Poland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Sweden and Zimbabwe

News

Students awarded for Spring 2014 work terms

Engineering students recognized for Spring 2014 work terms.

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New co-op program for biology

A small group of Biology students recently began a course that may ultimately change their career path forever.

Jaime Wilson, Jessica Hackett, Phillip Hillier and April Hall are the first participants of a new biology co-operative education program at Memorial.

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