In 2013-14, the Arts Co-op Program and the UBC Department of English launched UBC’s first PhD Co-op Program. This exciting initiative allows PhD students to widen their range of professional skills through paid work experience in fields such as academic administration, communications, project management, and archival, government, and non-governmental organization (NGO) research. In 2016-17, the Arts Co-op Program and the UBC Department of History will be piloting a History PhD Co-op Program.
Co-op PhD students will build valuable skills and experience that will extend and enrich their career options in both academic and alternative workplaces.
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