Thank you for selecting the University of Windsor’s co-op program.
The University of Windsor’s Co-operative Education Program has worked with over 2000 employers since the mid-1980's. We are prepared to LINK the employer (you) with over 1100 career-ready students, who are driven to work locally, nationally and abroad.
How does Co-op Recruiting Work?
Before formalizing a job post we recommend that employers review our Recruiting Guidelines. Employers have the ability to post a job by connecting with an Employer Relations Coordinator or by using mySucess, which is a self-service method of allowing employers to post their job directly to the University of Windsor.
Does My Job Post Meet UWindsor Requirements?
UWindsor Co-op Job Criteria
Co-operative Education provides student ability to attain tangible experiences through workplace interactions and projects. To ensure that the University of Windsor Co-op students receive the most out of their co-op or internship work term we have developed of a set of Co-op Job Qualifications that each employer must follow.
- Length Requirements
- Students must work a minimum of 420 hours.
- Supervisor Requirements
- To ensure that students receive the appropriate feedback from their employer, we ask that all employers assign a supervisor to each co-op student.
- Academic Requirements
- All co-op jobs must be aligned with a student's desired field of study.
- Monetary Requirements
- All students must be paid throughout the entire duration of their work term. For employers who are seeking additional funding please check the University of Windsor’s Funding Resources page.
- Legal Requirements
- The University of Windsor’s recruitment activities respect and comply with all applicable legal requirements that the province of Ontario requires employers follow. Furthermore, employers must adhere to all the legal regulations set by their province, state or country.