The Internship Program is not simply an alternative co-op program - it is an in-depth means of developing valuable industry contacts and a well-paying work experience for our undergraduates. Interns gain educational experience through mentoring by professionals, being part of a team and accumulating experience that directly relates to their career objectives. Internship placements can vary widely as they are tailored to the individual needs of employers and interns. Employment opportunities may include public or private sectors.
Employers may create internship opportunities for students in any of our departments in the Biological and Medical Sciences, Mathematical and Computational Sciences or Physical Sciences.Science and BMSc Student Services - Western University is on Facebook