Work Integrated Learning provides a valuable bridge between a student’s academic education and the real world. On the job experience is one of the most effective ways to for students to practice the skills they have acquired in the classroom, and also develop confidence in their field. For employers, students provide extra help and new ideas, as well as bringing fresh, innovative thinking to industry. We are here to help you make the connection.
The School of Media Studies and Information Technology has a number of programs with a mandatory work placement component. Work terms are generally completed within a scheduled time period in the final year of study.
|Bachelor of Digital Communications||420 hours (12-14 weeks)||May-August|
|Bachelor of Journalism||420 hours (12-14 weeks)||May-August|
|Bachelor of Public Relations||420 hours (12-14 weeks)||May-August|
|Bachelor of Creative Advertising||420 hours (12-14 weeks)||January-April|
|Bachelor of Film & Media Production||420 hours (12-14 weeks)||May-August|
|Advertising & Graphic Design||140 hours||May-August|
|Advertising & Marketing Communications||140 hours||May-August|
|Broadcast Television/Videography||120 hours||January-April|
|Broadcasting – Radio||160 hours||May-August|
|Film & Television Production||160 hours||January-April|
|Graphic Design||140 hours||May-August|
|Media Communications||160 hours (2 days/week – 10 weeks)||January-April|
|Multimedia Design & Development||140 hours (4 days/week – 5 weeks)||January-April|
|Public Relations||420 hours||January-April|
|Graduate Certificate||Placement Period||Availability|
|Advertising Account Management||280 hours||May-August|
|Advertising Copywriting||280 hours||May-August|
|Public Relations||280 hours||May-August and August-November|
|User Experience (UX) Design||110 hours||November/December and April/May|
|Web Development||280 hours||July-August|
*Work placements are normally full-time, 35-hours per week, during regular workplace hours. Accommodations can be made for students to complete hours on a part-time basis.
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On June 29, 2018, the Provincial Government of Ontario announced the renaming of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU). Both names may appear on this website.