All U of T Engineering undergraduates are required to gain 600 hours of professional experience before they may graduate.
As a professional Faculty, U of T Engineering is here to help you gain experience in professional engineering through internships like the Professional Experience Year (PEY), Engineering Summer Internship Program (ESIP) and new graduate opportunities, which all work towards preparing you for a successful career.
Engineering students have access to two career centres: the Engineering Career Centre and U of T Career Centre.
The Engineering Career Centre focuses on preparing students for professional opportunities. With its extensive experience in career development and preparation, the Centre offers a series of workshops and individual appointments to assist students with self-assessment, resume development, cover letter writing, interview preparation and strategies for looking for a job.
The U of T Career Centre engages, empowers and supports current and prospective students and recent graduates as they create their life goals.
Two internship opportunities are available at U of T Engineering: Professional Experience Year and Engineering Summer Internship Program.
The Professional Experience Year (PEY) is a 12-16 month internship for qualified Engineering and Arts & Science students in their second or third year of study.
The Engineering Summer Internship Program (ESIP) is a four-month summer co-op program for undergraduate Engineering students in their second or third year of study
Part-time positions are also available. The Work-Study Program provides students with opportunities to work and gain practical experience during the school year. The University of Toronto Career Centre maintains a list of job and volunteer opportunities.