| Tree Map | Print Version | Help
Summary| News| Events| Links| Documents| Web Forms| Search
Undergraduate Co-op Program General Information
How to Apply
Admission Process
Student Benefits & Responsibilities
Co-op Schedule
International Students
Student Loans
Undergraduate Co-op Program Detailed Information
Work Term Preparation
Applying for Co-op Jobs
Interview Process
Matching & Placement Process
Formal Offers
Contact with the Co-op Office
Work Term Requirements
Coursework Master's Co-op Program
Coursework Master's Co-op Program
Cover Letters
Work Term Objectives
Workplace Tips
Coursework Master's Co-op Admission Application

Student Information

Whether you're already a Computer Science Co-op student or just looking for some information about our program, this is the place to be!

Current Co-op students are expected to be aware of all the policies and procedures outlined in the pages of this section. It would be a good idea to review them now and again as content is updated when departmental and program guidelines change. You are also, of course, expected to keep up-to-date with respect all the current Co-op News and Events by coming back to this section regularly. In addition, your subscription settings should be such that you receive instant email when News, Events, and new Business Forum threads are added.

If you are considering Co-op, you are encouraged to peruse the pages within this section. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. That's what we're here for!

Pictured here: one of our current students in the Robotics lab in our department.

MCWESTT 2015 Conference
May 8, 2015

Manitoba Community for Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology presents: MCWESTT 2015, a dynamic, local, one-day conference!
Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference
Jul 15, 2015 12:00 PM

Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference/Congres Canadien des Etudiants en Informatiques (CUCSC/CCEI) will be held at the University of British Columbia Okanagan campus in Kelowna, BC from July 8th to 11th, 2015.
Baby Language Lab Student Programmer Position
Co-op Home

Apr 14, 2015 10:25 AM

The Baby Language Lab is looking for a student programmer to support its research program by developing scripts and tools to analyze audio and transcriptions collected from observational studies of infants and toddlers in daycare and home settings.
"Google outreach stretches to campus" - UMTODAY News Article
Co-op Home

Apr 13, 2015 9:18 AM

Tim Lambert and Shawn Silverman, two U of M alumni who now work for Google visited campus as part of an outreach program Google runs called the Campus Advocacy Program.
iQmetrix Females in Technology Scholarship 2015
Co-op Home

Apr 9, 2015 10:00 AM

Receive a $2500 or $1000 award to support your tech-oriented education.
Rainy Mood Job Posting
Apr 8, 2015 1:00 PM

Rainy Mood are seeking a mobile app developer to work on and extend their existing successful app.
Think Shift is looking to hire a Senior ASP.Net (C#) Developer
Apr 7, 2015 9:36 AM

Think Shift is looking for an ASP.Net (C#) Developer who would love a chance to work with the best people and clients in the industry and wants the opportunity to use their skills to create e-commerce and web applications.

Canadian Tire job postings for Fall 2014
Did you know?
Logging in to the Computer Science Co-op web site as a registered user will grant you access to a number of additional resources and tools?
Success After Graduation

Help with Interview Prep

Monster - Negotiation Tips

5 Tips for Getting What you Deserve

AIESEC Exchange Program

More Links...