UBC Architecture Co-op Program
February 24, 2016
The UBC Architecture Co-operative Education Program integrates a student’s academic studies with work experience. Students engage in an eight-month long (two continuous school sessions) work-term in a professional architectural firm or an office in related fields of design or construction. The program is offered to students who have completed their second year courses.
Architecture firms are encouraged to consider offering such a work opportunity to get to know a mature, motivated individual (and potential future architect) while making a valuable contribution to the profession. It is expected that the students will be engaged at a salary commensurate with their skill level.
Over the next couple of months students will be seeking placements from May through December 2016. Should your office be in a position to offer such work terms, please keep an eye open for student applications or better yet, contact the Co-op Coordinator noted below for additional information.
If you have any questions or require more information about the UBC Architecture Co-op Program, please contact Co-op Coordinator Greg Johnson at email@example.com.