The UBC Applied Science Co-op Program offer employers the ability to integrate future technical talent from 14 disciplines into the work place through short-term hires. Co-op students are cost-effective, available for 4, 8, 12, or 16 months, and are an excellent way to develop an organization’s talent pipeline.
Hire through Applied Science Co-op
The School of Community Regional Planning (SCARP) internship program is designed to connect students with experienced professional planners in their field of interest allowing them to gain valuable hands-on experience and apply academic knowledge. Student are typically available each summer for paid or volunteer work ranging in duration from two weeks to 4 months.
Master of Engineering Leadership (MEL) and Master of Health Leadership (MHLP) graduates
Graduates of the Master of Engineering Leadership (MEL) and Master of Health Leadership (MHLP) program hold 5-7 years of experience and are ready to make meaningful, strategic contributions to an organization. The MEL and MHLP programs are a unique, one-year professional degrees that strengthen practicing professionals’ sector-specific technical skills while advancing their business and leadership expertise.
Employer information for MEL and MHLP graduates
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Recruit new UBC graduates and alumni through our Center for Student Involvement and Careers job posting portal. Posting a position is free and easy, and is an excellent way to connect with a wide range of talent.