Students

As a Queen’s student you currently have access to a vibrant landscape of experiential learning activities. Examples include:

  • 12-16 month paid work placements through the Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP)

  • Practicums such as those in Nursing, Education, Kinesiology, or the Masters in Public Health

  • Co-Curricular opportunities ranging from student leadership positions to administering student clubs.

Find out how extra-curricular activities help you to develop skills, knowledge, and networks that all “add up” through the ‘It All Adds Upcampaign!

Success Story

Laura Wyatt holding an It All Adds Up board and being photographed by a reporter during the 2016-17 It All Adds Up Campaign

 

 

"My internship has been the best choice I could have ever made in my Arts & Science undergrad. I have built a portfolio of skills I can speak to during any interview or networking situation. I encourage all Queen’s student to take advantage of such a great opportunity!"
- Laura Wyatt, BAH '17, Communications and Projects Intern.

As part of her internship, Laura was the campus lead for the It All Adds Up campaign and is seen here being photographed for a newspaper article.

 Read more of Laura's story (pdf, 266 kB).

For more stories of experiential learning, visit
In Their Own Words.

The Benefits of Experiential Learning

Participating in experiential learning activities at Queen’s University can have a very positive impact on your academic and professional careers. By participating in EL, you will: 

  • Acquire in-demand workplace skills (technical and non-technical) through curricular and co-curricular experiences

  • Build your professional network through internships, practicums and experiential learning projects  

  • Explore career options and/or confirm your interest in a chosen profession

  • Explore the relationship between theory and practice, and gain new insight into course material

  • Participate in self-directed learning opportunities;

  • Gain realistic knowledge and experience of the workplace.

If you have questions please email el.hub@queensu.ca