Arts Co-op

Students in the Arts Co-operative Education alternate between semesters of full-time, paid employment and full-time study during their degree program. Co-op students do three work terms, with the option of taking on a fourth term. By the time they graduate, Arts Co-op students have gained 12-16 months of supervised work experience and learned valuable transferable skills.

Work placements are available within business, government, or community development organizations inside and outside of Regina, even overseas. Jobs Co-op students have held include: researcher, project officer, policy analyst, communications officer, technical writer, administrative assistant and teaching assistant.

Co-op Education programs are managed by the University of Regina Career Centre. You must apply for admission into the Arts Co-op program, and in order to be accepted you will need to meet the PGPA and minimum credit hour requirements. For general information about the program you can visit the Arts Co-op website.

To learn more about the Arts Co-op program (including important application deadlines!) visit the University of Regina Co-operative Education website or contact the program office:

Co-operative Education Program
University of Regina
Riddell Centre 163
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4S 0A2
Phone: 306-585-4600