An internship in Montreal can really impact a student’s semester by providing local contacts, professional experience, additions to portfolios or resumes, and a place to learn more about the culture of Montreal! Interns vary in discipline and have included profiles in international business, marketing, graphic design, management, film, game programming, game design, game art, professional writing, networking & cyber-security, computer science, and information technologies.
You can read about past students’ experiences here:
- Business and Marketing
- Design and Graphic Design
- Gaming (includes non-Game Studio majors)
How to apply
Students interested in an internship in Montreal will need to apply for a work permit. They should also contact the Office of International Education for more information on how to apply and deadlines.
The Montreal staff will actively work alongside students and the Burlington Campus to identify internship opportunities in the city. However, it is important to understand that the student is ultimately responsible for learning about opportunities in the city, doing research on the various companies, and securing an internship here in Montreal.