Engineering

Applications for the 16- and 12-Month Engineering Internship (16-month to commence May 2018, 12-month to commence September 2018) has now CLOSED. 

What do I need to get into the Engineering Internship Program?

To apply for admission, a student must:

  • be registered in at least twelve credit hours in an Engineering Program in the Faculty of Engineering
  • have completed or been given credit for no less than 72 and no more than 102 credit hours towards the Engineering degree. Students are expected to have successfully completed academic Semesters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 of the Engineering program before the internship placement
  • have a PGPA of at least 60.0%
  • have withdrawn from the Co-operative Education program, if previously admitted. Students who have completed more than 1 work term are not eligible for the Co-operative Internship program
  • have demonstrated fluency, written and oral, in both English and the language of employment in their desired country of internship 


How much can I earn during a work term?

You could earn from $2700 to $5000 per month, or about $18 to $33 per hour. A moving allowance is sometimes included.

How long is the placement in the Engineering Internship Program?
The internship is 12 to 16 months in duration depending on your application time and program.

For more information go to:
http://www.uregina.ca/engineering