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55 Laurier Avenue East
Ottawa ON K1N 6N5
On-the-job business experience and training
You can’t find a better location for learning than Ottawa. Studying in the capital city of a G8 country provides you with many attractive co-operative education opportunities in key government departments, influential public-sector organizations and successful private firms.
Co-op Program: Take advantage of a proven success
The University of Ottawa’s Co-op Program manages all co-operative education opportunities. For 30 years, Telfer BCom students have been using the program to match up with top-flight businesses, organizations and departments.
Career Centre: Access practical programs
The Telfer School’s Career Centre offers a variety of practical programs that complement your academic knowledge with key workplace skills, valuable professional experience and opportunities to network with prospective employers.
Connexions: Bridge the gap between school and your career
Connexions is a voluntary program that enables you to find your own internship and then use that professional experience toward your degree requirements.
Internship Program: Get on your career track
The Internship Program makes it possible for you to work multiple terms within the same organization and get on the inside track to working full-time right after graduating.
- Connexions: Bridge the gap between school and your career
These opportunities, which simply can’t be found in any other city or through any other program, enable you to:
- Earn a salary (except for Connexions)
- Apply your newfound knowledge and skills in a vibrant workplace
- Expand your network of business and career contacts
- Get real-world business experience that you can apply at school, and that gives you an advantage over graduating students from other schools’ programs when you launch your career
- We are actively seeking new International Career mentors for the 2014-2015 academic year
- The Telfer School’s Executive MBA program represented at Startup Canada Day on the Hill
- George Langill named the Chair of the City of Ottawa’s Innovation Advisory Board
- Collaboration with German Fraunhofer Institute Enables Joint Exploration of Innovation Systems ...
- CGA-AGRC Concludes Year With Very Successful Public Lecture
- Telfer Students Shine in the Fall 2013 CGA Ontario Intopia Strategy Simulation