For Employers

One of the greatest advantages of this program is the combination of extensive lab experience with 16 months of Co-op work. This provides our graduates with an edge when it comes to working in any lab setting, as the studentship are familiar with a wide variety of techniques in microbiology, genetics, tissue culture, and chemistry.

According to UBC’s Co-op Office, in 2010 the average Life Sciences student made $2160/month working in the private sector or $1760/month in the public sector during their Co-op term. If you are a prospective student or a potential employer and want to learn more about the skills students gain through this program, visit the BCIT and UBC Co-op websites for more information.

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