Don't miss your opportunity to join the Ted Rogers Co-op Program!
Are you a current full-time undergraduate student or beginning your academics in Fall 2023?
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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 & Strategy, 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
Becoming a Ted Rogers Co-op student is a good business decision
Participating in the The Ted Rogers Co-op Program is the most effective way to position yourself for success upon graduation.
The top reasons to choose Ted Rogers Co-op
We are one of the Largest Business Co-op Programs
We are one of the largest Business Co-op programs in Canada, and we continue to grow. With over 2,200 students in the Co-op program, be part of our success story.
We Partner with Hundreds of Employers
We have developed relationships with leading employers across all industry sectors. Each work term, we post thousands of relevant jobs for our Co-op students.
Our Employment rate is 92%-100%*
Toronto Metropolitan University is in the heart of the financial district, contributing to an employment rate that is one of the highest in the industry.
Our Students earn $46,000+
On average, and over the course of their Co-op work terms, this level of earning power allows many of our students to graduate debt-free.
Our Graduates Are Offered Relevant, Well Paying, Full-Time Roles
90% of our graduates from the Co-op program have job offers before they even graduate (half of these are from a previous Co-op employer).
We Have Professional Recruiters on Staff
Our dedicated employer outreach team are professional recruiters - they understand what employers are looking for and they have a lot of experience in meeting their needs.
We Offer Bootcamps that Focus on the Skills Industry Command
If industry is recruiting for it; we offer it. In partnership with industry and student leaders, we offer Bootcamps to Co-op students that focus on the skills that companies are looking for:
- Data Analytics
- Financial Modeling
- Design Thinking
- Marketo and Tableau
- R and Python
- Capital Markets
- Business Communication
- Outlook- Excel- Powerpoint
We Offer an Industry-Approved Preparation Program
Ted Rogers Co-op has one of the most effective, industry-approved, preparation programs for our students- including personality assessments and workshops, excel certification, and professional skills training using live actors. Because of this, our students make a strong first impression with employers.
We Support and Care For Our Students
The support system we offer is second to none- between participating in the Co-op Symposium upon being accepted into the program, to working with a dedicated Co-op Coordinator, to being mentored by a Senior Co-op student- we prepare you for success!
*Summer 2020 (63%) was impacted by Covid-19
All Ted Rogers School of Management's 12 Bachelor of Commerce academic programs now offer a co-op stream for those that apply and qualify. The 12 programs are as follows:
- Economics and Management Science
- Global Management Studies
- Human Resources Management
- Law and Business
- Marketing Management
- Real Estate Management
- Hospitality and Tourism Management
- Business Technology Management
- Retail Management
*Health Information Management and Health Services Management do not offer Co-op options.
Our students work with leading employers
Ted Rogers Co-op students work in leading organizations across all industry sectors including professional services, IT and telecommunications, healthcare, manufacturing, utilities, government, education and not-for profit.
We will support you
The Business Career Hub houses both the Co-operative Education and Career Services teams. We are well-connected to the marketplace and to employers across all sectors – we host more than 200 employer events every year, and provide you with opportunities to meet with employers, in person and in groups.
Our Career Consultants, who are specialists in their program areas, have a keen understanding of the marketplace and current employment opportunities, and can help you prepare your Co-op application.
Our Co-op Coordinators will work with you closely, once you are accepted into the Co-op program. They will ensure you are prepared for your job search, and are well-positioned to secure your first work term.