How To Gain Canadian Work Experience: The Education/Work Term Pathway

Another route to gaining the much-desired Canadian work experience is by signing up for a University or College degree with a CO-OP (Co-operative Education) element. CO-OP degrees involve work placements which can last up to a term and they provide opportunities for aspiring business analysts to learn the theory as well as the practice of the profession. 

This post provides a list of college degrees with work placement elements that are suitable for business analysts:

1. Business Analysis and Process Management from Sheridan College with Coop option

2. Learn Business Analysis with Mohawk College and explore Student Placement Partnerships

3. Check out the IT Business Analysis – Graduate Certificate from Cambrian College. An unpaid 8-week field placement in the third semester is part of the program of study.

4. Explore Information Systems Business Analysis Program (with experiential learning capstone) (T405) from George Brown College.

Do you know of any other courses I can add to this list? Any other suggestions for gaining Canadian work experience are welcome. Do leave a comment below.