Internship Opportunities

Internship Opportunities

Internships allow students to gain practical, hands-on experience and develop skill sets that are frequently in high demand by employers. Internships involve a work placement where you are exposed to the main areas of operation of your employer. Each work placement is unique, and you benefit from a program developed exclusively for you by your employer and your instructor.

FAES 200 / FAES 300 Internship Program

FAES 200 / FAES 300 Internship Program

As a full-time undergraduate student (with a CGPA of 2.7 or higher) in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, you have the opportunity to participate in the Internship program.

The internship should be a minimum length of 10 weeks, with the student working 35 hours a week or more. FAES 200 is a non-credit (pass or fail) course. FAES 300 is a 3-credit course, and you will receive a final grade on your transcript. The internship should be related to your field of study.

AGRI 310 Internship in Agriculture/Environment

AGRI 310 Internship in Agriculture/Environment

The objective of AGRI 310 is to give you experience working in an enterprise that is related to your field of study, and to find out how your studies can contribute to your understanding and performance in the workplace environment. The internship should be a minimum length of 12 weeks. Through observations of the enterprise's functioning, the decision-making process, and the economic constraints, you should obtain a better understanding of the technical, economic, and social challenges faced by enterprises in your field of study. AGRI 310 is a 3-credit course.

AGRI 410D1 and AGRI 410D2 Agrology Internship

AGRI 410D1 and AGRI 410D2 Agrology Internship

As a qualified student in the B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.), you have the opportunity to participate in a 420-hour-minimum internship related to your field of study.

AGRI 410 is part of the Professional Agrology Specialization and constitutes practical training as required by the Ordre des agronomes du Québec. Each internship placement must be approved by the instructor.

AGRI 499 Agricultural Development Internship

AGRI 499 Agricultural Development Internship

AGRI 499 is a supervised internship which provides practical experience working on agricultural issues related to international development. The internship can take many forms, including work in a developing country, for an agency that focuses on international development, or on a research project that aims at solving problems faced by developing populations. Each internship placement must be approved by the instructor.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2019-2020 (last updated May. 17, 2019) (disclaimer)
Faculty of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences—2019-2020 (last updated May. 17, 2019) (disclaimer)