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.
Step 1: Explore WIL Opportunities
Connect with your placement coordinator about the guidelines and processes necessary for your academic department.
||Jan 30 – Feb 27, 2020
||School of Early Childhood, School of Social & Community Services, Sally Horsfall Eaton School of Nursing
||Feb – Mar 2020 (approx. 30 days)
||School of Social & Community Services (excluding C406 & A103)
Step 2: 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.