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How do I go on an International Co-op?
Step 1: Apply to Co-op
Apply to join Co-op through your home faculty program. You are encouraged to first meet with your Co-op Program Coordinator to discuss your interests, as well as to familiarize yourself with the types of opportunities available in your specific discipline. Find out who your Co-op Program Coordinator is here.
Things to Consider Before Your Work Search
Live and Work Abroad
Press Display has an extensive database of newspapers and media from around the world, so you can learn about the country you will be working in.
Mercer's 2014 Cost of Living report compares the cost of housing, transportation, food, clothing, and entertainment of 211 cities around the world.
Learn how international co-op will help your academic, personal, and professional development: Description of International Competencies.