Prospective Students

Hospitality Management Diploma Co-operative Education

Benefits of a Co-op

Students benefit by gaining practical work experience and applying their learning to the workplace before graduating from the program. The ability to conduct active career exploration through the co-op experience and network with professionals in the industry is invaluable.

Students who participate in co-operative education gain an edge in the job market following graduation and co-op supports enhanced transition to the workplace. Personal and professional growth, and an awareness of self are benefits of being a co-op student. 

What Graduates Have to Say About Their Co-op

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Requirements and How to Apply

Students enrolled in the Hospitality Management program will be enrolled in the respective Co-op work term by the Centre for Experiential Learning office after completing the required pre-requisite preparation course.

Important Dates

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First and second year students enrolled in the Hospitality Management Diploma participate in a fall semester Co-operative Education Preparation course.  Students then work one-on-one in the spring semester with their Co-op Faculty to identify and secure Co-op opportunities. Students then participate in a Co-operative Education work term in the summer months (May – September).

Third year degree students’ work with the Co-operative Education faculty individually throughout the academic year to identify and secure Co-op opportunities. Students then participate in a Co-operative Education work term in the summer months. (May-September).