Fall 2013 – Summer 2014
Employers value experience. Internships (four, eight, twelve, or sixteen months) allow you to gain professional work experience during the course of your undergraduate studies while earning a salary within the average range for entry-level professional positions. Other benefits include the following:
An internship may begin in January, May, or September. Employers choose the most suitable students for their organization through an application and interview process. While employed by the participating companies, you work on assignments related to your field of study. Internships will be recognized on your transcript as one or more non-credit courses entitled “Industrial Practicum.” Successful completion of an internship of eight months or more qualifies you to graduate with the Internship Program designation on your transcript.
To participate in the Engineering Internship Program, you must:
Internship students will receive an automatic extension for the completion of their studies.
International students are eligible (a few restrictions may apply).
For more information, see www.mcgill.ca/careers4engineers or send an email to careers4engineers [at] mcgill [dot] ca.