Internships and field studies enable you to develop both professionally and personally through new and challenging experiences. They do more than just look good on your resume. You can test–drive the career path that interests you most. You can build a network of professional and personal contacts; develop the skills employers are seeking; and build confidence, motivation and professional work habits you need to excel.
Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP)
The Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP) offers Queen’s students a chance to gain competitively paid work experience related to their subject of study during 12 to 16 month work terms in technology, languages, business, and industry. Due to the longer work term (compared to a 4-month co-op), employers are highly motivated to maximize their time and investment. This means that Internship students are offered the opportunity to manage more extensive and significant projects.
QUIP internships are paid, professionally supervised, career-related positions designed to offer second or third year students the opportunity to learn about current advances, practices and technologies in business and industry. In return, students bring to the workplace creativity and a fresh approach, a high level of enthusiasm and commitment, a drive to succeed and a pronounced willingness to learn.
|Global Development Studies|
|Kinesiology and Health Studies|
|Urban and Regional Planning|
|Bader International Study Centre||Summer Field Schools: British Archaeology | Digital Humanities | Global Health and Disability | Global Project Mangement | Medieval Performance Theatre|
|Department of Art||Venice Summer School: Art and Architecture in Venice|
|Department of Biology||Field Study Courses | Biology Station (QUBS)|
|Department of Classics||Archaeological Dig Courses: Humayma, Jordan | Caere, Italy|
|School of Kinesiology and Health Studies||Field Placement and Internship Courses (in collaboration with Athletics and Recreation): Athletic Therapy | Strength and Conditioning|
|Global Development Studies||Study in Cuba|
The Queen's University Biological Station (QUBS) has been a pivotal part of research and teaching at Queen's University for more than six decades. Located 50 km north of Kingston, QUBS encompasses approximately 3000 hectares of property, a range of habitat types typical of Eastern Ontario, and many species of conservation concern in Canada. The Station hosts myriad field courses, school groups, and outreach workshops annually.