About Ted Rogers Co-op
Ted Rogers Co-op is different
Our program has been designed with industry partners
Ted Rogers Co-op model has been designed in consultation with industry experts, to ensure it meets the changing needs of today's business world.
We offer a specialized prep program for students
Before a student's first work term, he/she participates in a specialized prep program including career readiness, self assessment, professional competencies, peer mentoring and core technical skills. Our students offer you value from day one.
We use a real-world hiring process
Ted Rogers Co-op hiring process functions like any other job application. It is a competitive process that prepares students to successfully conduct a job search after graduation.
We offer unique co-op pathways for students and employers
In addition to the traditional Co-op pathway (4 month Co-op terms), TRSM offers work terms up to 16 months in duration.
TRSM also offers students the opportunity to work with not-for-profit organizations through the support of the Scotiabank Changemakers Fund.
Your opportunity to join the Ted Rogers Co-op Program awaits
Are you a current full-time undergraduate student or beginning your academics in Fall 2023?
Sign up for our monthly edition of (google form) Application Insider (external link, opens in new window) ! By signing up, you'll receive our monthly edition directly to your inbox - keeping you informed on Ted Rogers Co-op Program application updates, upcoming events, deadline reminders & more!
Note: As a full-time undergraduate student, you have one window to apply based on your major:
- End of your 1st year: Accounting, Finance, Business Technology Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Hospitality & Tourism Management and Retail Management
- End of your 2nd year: Economics & Management Science, Global Management Studies, Human Resources Management, Law & Business, Marketing Management and Real Estate Management
Learn more about the steps to apply, application requirements, resources to support you and more in our 2024 Co-op Application Guide (external link, opens in new window) .
You can apply as early as April 1, 2024. Last day to apply: June 1, 2024, 11:59 p.m. EDT
Are you a full-time Direct Entry student beginning your academics in Fall 2023?
Great news - Direct Entry students admitted in Fall 2023 are pre-approved to join the Ted Rogers Co-op Program!
To confirm your participation in the Ted Rogers Co-op program. Please meet with a Career Coordinator at the Business Career Hub to walk through next steps and to answer any questions you may have. Choose one or both of these options:
- Book an in-person or virtual appointment (external link, opens in new window) with a Career Coordinator
- For a 15-minute in-person or virtual drop-in appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (opens in new window)
Note: Direct Entry (opens in new window) is a post-secondary degree pathway from college to university which recognizes the completion of a specific College diploma; credits earned in specific programs at an Ontario College are applied towards direct entry or advanced standing at Toronto Metropolitan University.
You can apply as soon as you activate your TMU Email. Last day to apply is October 1, 2023, 11:59 p.m. EDT
Advanced entry into Ted Rogers Co-op now available
Students who apply to the Ted Rogers School of Management can now receive advanced entry into the Ted Rogers Co-op program.
What does this mean?
- Your eligibility for advanced entry into the Ted Rogers Co-op program is based on your high school average. The higher your average, the more likely you will be offered advanced standing.
- Advanced entry gives you the opportunity to participate in the Co-op Prep Program in your 1st year, including access to our extensive Bootcamp offerings.
- There are multiple entry points into the Ted Rogers Co-op program, so if you do not meet the requirements for advanced entry, you still have the entire 1st year to improve your CGPA. We provide students an opportunity to apply to the program at the end of 1st year (or 2nd year, depending on your program and major).
Note: students who have been extended advanced entry can opt out at any time during their 1st year without penalty.