Experiential Learning

The Faculty of Arts & Science offers a unique range of programs designed to help students gain an experiential and international perspective on their studies. Collaboration with academic units and community partners ensures we create relevant, high calibre opportunities that enrich the student experience and prepare students for life and career after graduation.

Initiatives include work-integrated learning, internships, career-engaged learning, community-engaged learning, research opportunities, international opportunities and Indigenous-related opportunities. Contact the Office of Experiential Learning & Outreach Support (ELOS) for more information.

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There are many ways to enrich your academic experience. From internships and international research excursions to local and community-focused opportunities, find out more below.

Research Opportunities Program

Research Excursions Program

International & Indigenous Opportunities

Arts & Science Internship Program (ASIP)

Research Opportunities

Faculty & Staff

Arts & Science supports faculty through funding opportunities, exchange partnerships and establishing international partnerships. Contact ELOS for assistance in the areas of program and course design, course delivery, partnership development, student assessment and program administration.

Experiential Learning Support

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Employers & Community Partners

We are actively seeking partnerships to develop innovative programs both locally and abroad that are designed to help students develop their skills in a variety of fields. Learn more about the specific skill sets of Arts & Science students, how they can contribute to your organization, and the different opportunities available to employers and community partners.