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100 per cent placement in Carleton’s co-op programs

In 2006 Carleton’s co-operative education program successfully placed more than 1,000 students with approximately 500 participating employers. This fall, 100 per cent of the students were placed in co-op situations. More than 2,500 students are enrolled in the program which is designed to facilitate experiential learning for students to bring the “real” work world into the classroom. Placements typically take place over four to 16 months and co-op education is available in more than 55 undergraduate academic programs. Participation continues to grow at the graduate level.

New information tool for students, parents and the public

Carleton University is participating in Common University Data Ontario (CUDO) a collaborative effort announced by the Council of Ontario Universities. CUDO is an online tool designed to allow users an opportunity to access and compare important data on a wide spectrum of academic programs and student life at each of Ontario’s universities. Carleton’s CUDO information can be found at the following website:

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