Information for Students

Arts Work Experience (AWE) offers undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts the opportunity to integrate career related, paid work experience into their degree programs. AWE is flexible, with many program options allowing students to complete 4, 8, 12, or 16-months of work experience beginning in September, January, or May. 

Arts Co-op

Open to all undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts

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Discipline Specific Internships

Open to Faculty of Arts undergraduate students in the Departments of Planning and Psychology

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Why Participate in AWE 

Learn about the benefits of gaining work experience before you graduate

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How to Apply

Learn about the application requirements for Arts Co-op and Discipline Specific Internships

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Information Sessions and Application Deadlines

Attend our upcoming Information Sessions and learn about the application deadlines

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Information for International Students

Access resources and information about applying for co-op work permits

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Program and Tuition Fees

Learn about the fees associated with work experience

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Work Experience Timeline

Learn about how work experience can fit into your degree program

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Resources for Current AWE Students

Access resources to assist with your job search, interviews and work term

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FAQs

Everything you need to know about work experience

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