How can you get international work experience?
George Brown students have the opportunity to complete work-integrated learning abroad! This means you’ll get to learn by doing but in an international setting. Having global work experience will make you even more desirable as a potential candidate and positively affect your resume and prospective career.
How can you apply?
If you are a current George Brown student and would like to complete a work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunity abroad, you can learn about the application process below.
Explore WIL Opportunities
Connect with your placement coordinator about the guidelines and processes necessary for your academic department.
|Opportunity||Travel Dates||Eligibility||Apply Now||Application Form|
|Ritinjali, India||Jan 30 – Feb 27, 2020||School of Early Childhood, School of Social & Community Services, Sally Horsfall Eaton School of Nursing||CLOSED||Application Form|
|WROC Jamaica||Feb – Mar 2020 (approx. 30 days)||School of Social & Community Services (excluding C406 & A103)||CLOSED||Application Form|
Connect with the International Centre
Contact the International Centre’s Global Mobility team for instructions on how to apply, timelines and requirements by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are planning on a WIL abroad, you may wish to register for the Cultural Intelligence Certificate the semester prior to your WIL abroad opportunity.