To be eligible for the co-op Canada internship, you must :
- Be between 18 and 35 (depending on home country)
- Be enrolled full-time in an educational institution.
- Have a valid passport for the duration of your stay.
- Have a compulsory internship related to your program of study.
- Have valid health insurance in Canada.
To determine your eligibility, you can complete the eligibility questionnaire on the Canadian government website. The purpose of this questionnaire is to determine whether you are eligible to apply for an international co-op placement and be included in the pool of candidates.
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The application process for an International Co-Op Internship permit can be completed online on the Canadian government website. Processing times vary according to country of origin and location of application.
It is important to note that Internship Co-Op permits are valid only for the duration of the internship, as specified in the internship agreement.
Students must therefore ensure that they respect the conditions of their permit and leave Canada at the end of their internship.
For more information on the process of applying for a co-op work placement in Canada, please consult the Canadian government website, under the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) heading.
For even more information on international co-op internships, contact our team!
The benefits of an International Co-op Internship :
Please note: It’s important to know that the specific benefits of an international co-op placement in Canada may vary depending on your field of study, and the company or organization in which you complete your placement.