The Faculty of Arts & Humanities offers an Academic and/or Professional Internship for students interested in gaining practical experience within an approved institution or industry related to their module within the Faculty of Arts & Humanities.
Students are eligible for the Arts & Humanities Internship Program if they satisfy all approval criteria:
- Registered in second*, third, or fourth** year at main campus in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities
- Applicants must have an average of at least 70% and be enrolled in Major or Specialization within the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, with a cumulative average of at least 70% and no failures
- International students should consult Academic Counselling about their eligibility
*Year 2 students can apply in the fall term, and their acceptance will be dependent on maintaining a 70% average (See How To Apply for more details)
**Year 4 students who plan to graduate in the summer may not be eligible and should consult Academic Counselling about their eligibility; Special Students should consult Academic Counselling about their eligibility
Please note that due to funding criteria, some internship roles will be restricted to students returning to full-time studies following their internship.
Admission to the program does not guarantee that a student will obtain an internship. Students who secure an internship will be enrolled in Arts & Humanities 3000A/B/Y (a 0.5 academic credit), and must obtain approval from the Dean’s Office to take any additional coursework during the internship.
Students who are eligible for the Arts & Humanities Internship Program must also satisfy non-academic criteria. See How To Apply for more details.
Notice to International Students: Due to study permit restrictions, international students are not permitted to pursue the internship program
- 1 academic internship course (can be paid or unpaid): Arts & Humanities 3000A/B/Y (0.5 credit, pass/fail, to a maximum of 1.0 credits total)
- 1 professional internship course (paid-only): Arts & Humanities 3001A/B/Y (0.0 credit)
Note: Students may only apply up to 1.0 credit total to graduation requirements