We expect that PhD students will be most interested in (and most attractive to employers in) the following fields: communications / public relations, academic administration, governmental and non-governmental organization (NGO) research positions, training management, and project management. Co-op employers gear their offers specifically to short-term projects. A reasonable percentage of the postings will be in other cities, so you will have more employment options if you are able to relocate. The Arts Co-op Program already offers graduate Co-op programs through the UBC iSchool (Library / Archival studies) and UBC Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs (MPPGA), and is recruiting additional employers interested in PhD students from English and History. A number of employers are already very interested in hiring English and History PhD students.
As a co-op student, you get the experience of looking for and applying to positions which might be interesting to you from the Co-op Jobs Database. Co-op organizes the interviews for you, and employers decide who they want to hire.
To see profiles of current employers, students, and alumni, visit the Profiles section of our website.
For more information about the English PhD Co-op Program, please contact Anna Jubilo, Graduate Programs Co-op Coordinator, UBC Arts Co-op Program, at email@example.com or Dr. Elizabeth Hodgson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the History PhD Co-op Program, please contact Anna Jubilo, Graduate Programs Co-op Coordinator, UBC Arts Co-op Program, at email@example.com or Dr. Coll Thrush at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to find out more information about the program, plan to attend our information session on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, starting at noon in Buchanan Tower 599. You’ll learn more about the PhD Co-op Programs and hear from current PhD co-op students about their experiences.
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