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What is a Co-op?

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    University of Ottawa

    University of Ottawa

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    Co-op is serving as the Cooperative Education Program. It allows Canadian university students to gain valuable paid work experiences during your study. And you'd all love most of the programs come with a co-op option, which means after you graduate, you'll make yourself more competitive in a job market. For more information, please check our website.

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    Lakehead University

    Lakehead University

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    Lincoln University offers cooperative education or co-op at both the undergraduate and graduate level co-op is an opportunity for you to do a paid work term during your degree. Students can receive anywhere between 14 to thirty dollars an hour with industry leaders such as Honda or IBM.

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