Student Internship Canada

Fulfill your academic requirements with a Student Internship in Canada

Student Internship Canada allows you to explore a new career or enhance your education.  This is our most popular internship program. Provides highly specific internships in different fields to candidates from around the world.

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student internship program at a glance

What is Student Internship Canada Program?

Student Internship Canada program is ideal for international students who need an internship as part of their university education. It is also for someone who wants to further their career in a related field, or explore a new career.  Student Internship Canada Program is a perfect Summer or short-term internship program! University students may receive university credit for this program. Thus, it is both our most general and our most highly specific program.  The program is able to accommodate students with little experience and also highly skilled professionals.  The program can be tailored to any audience. Therefore, this program is above all the most popular and has the highest rates of student satisfaction.

student internship program description

What is it like to take part in this internship program?

Student Internship Canada program is an unpaid internship program for students who require an internship as part of their studies. Therefore, if you wish to further your career in Architecture, Business Administration etc. this is the right choice. Placements are available in Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal. The biggest advantage of this program is the customized internship placement. The host company meets the candidate’s requirements and expectations. As a result, the student satisfaction rate is 95%+.

What does the program provide?

The Student Internship Canada Program is open year-round and it can last 4 – 24 weeks. Candidates will receive a:

  • Customized program planning
  • CV revision
  • Interview preparation
  • Guaranteed internship placement
  • Support and reporting during the program
  • Certificate of completion and
  • Letter of reference

Participants in the Student Internship Canada Program will get complete cultural immersion. Therefore, they can practice their English and/or French skills in all forms of life too. Most importantly, exploring Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal they will discover new parts of Canada, at the same time.

student internship program eligibility

What are the requirements for Student Internship Canada?

  • Age: 18 or above
  • Be a registered student (abroad or in Canada)
  • Have intermediate to advanced level of English and/or French
  • Eager to learn and desire to improve language skills
  • Eligible for the required visa according to Citizenship & Immigration Canada
student internship program placement options

What are my placement options in the Student Internship Program?

The Student Internship Canada offers wide range of placements options:

  • Acounting
  • Advertising
  • Architecture
  • Arts and Culture
  • Biology / Biotech
  • Business Administration
  • Construction Management
  • Education
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Causes
  • Events Planning
  • Fashion
  • Film
  • Finance
  • General Office Administration
  • Graphic Design
  • Green Technology
  • Hotels
  • Human Resources
  • International Trade
  • Law and Legal Services
  • Marketing
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Media
  • Network Administration
  • Politics and Advocacy
  • Real Estate
  • Software Engineering
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Web Applications Development
  • Web Design
student internship program fees

How to apply for the Student Internship Program?

If you wish to know more about the Student Internship Canada fees, please Contact us.

The program fee includes:

  • Customized internship planning
  • CV revision
  • Interview preparation
  • A guaranteed internship placement
  • Support and reporting during your program
  • Certificate of completion and letter of reference.

In order to help the future candidates, we gathered some useful information that will help you budget your stay in Canada:

  • Visa application fee (about $100 – $150 CAD)
  • Medical insurance for duration of the program ($15 CAD / week)
  • Flight (depending on departure and arrival cities)
  • Airport Reception ($90 – $120 depending on city)
  • Accommodation ($700 – $850 CAD / month depending on meals, dorm, host family)
  • Transportation (monthly public transportation passes range from $80 – $150 CAD depending upon location)

Latitude International also provides additional services. If you need accommodation, airport reception or medical insurance, let us know. We are here to help you and advise you. Do not hesitate to ask us your questions!

“I was placed at a coffee shop in North Vancouver. The location was just amazing. From the counter we had a great view over the ocean and the mountains in the horizon. It was, more or less, always busy and the customers were so nice and polite and were always interested in knowing where you were from. What I like most about Vancouver is the diversity of people and the beautiful surroundings. We went hiking a couple of times, had a Halloween party, saw the Chinese New Year Parade, celebrated Canada Day and much more. Besides that I visited Whistler, Bowen Island, Sunshine Coast, Toronto and Victoria.” – Andreas, Denmark

“My adventure started off in Rocky Mountains where I worked at a mountain resort. During my time there I got to see wonderful nature and magical views when I was hiking. It was also a lot of other fun things to do including mountain biking, horseback riding, white water rafting and canoeing. After the summer season was over I decided to move to Vancouver and now I live in an apartment in beautiful Yaletown. I work in a coffee shop downtown as well so that fits me perfectly.” – Anne, Norway

“Coming to Vancouver has really been a learning experience. I saw myself mature in ways I thought I had been. Learning from the pros and seeing the difference between learning at university and mentoring/ learning at work. The ability to stand my own and explore this great city. Since coming here I have found my confidence and passion of product design. Whether it’s from presenting or talking to clients I know I saw myself improve. Thank you, Canada.” – Faith, United Kingdom

“My first job was at a coffee shop chain. I worked there for 2.5 months as a Barista. I also got a job as a server in the restaurant at a private tennis club. During this work abroad experience my English improved a lot. That’s mainly because I use different expressions than I learned in school. I can use a broader vocabulary now. Also, I met new people that have different cultures. All the Canadians here are really kind and helpful.” – Ilse, Germany

“I have had a great experience coming to Vancouver. Within the 2 months I have gained so much experience in life and at the workplace. I see myself being more independent and confident, which was one of my main goals. I’m so happy I found Latitude, they worked so hard to make sure I get an internship.” – Shiny, United Kingdom

“I started to work as a Barista at one of the many coffee shops here in Vancouver. I pretty much worked all summer except for going on two trips, one to Seattle and the other to Toronto. I usually went to the weekly pub nights which were a really fun time. All these events helped me meet so many new awesome people.” -Rasmus, Sweden

“As part of my International Business Management studies, I was required to complete an internship so I decided to go to Toronto as I have family there. I learned a lot about the marketing industry and about Canada as well. I have benefited a lot from the work and from the cultural experience during my stay in Canada.” – Alex, United Kingdom

“My volunteering is definitely off to a good start, all the people I met today were super nice and I think I’m going to like the work, too! I’m also settled in with my host family and I think I hit the jackpot with them because they are truly super welcoming.” – Borbala, Hungary

“I really enjoyed the nature with all the mountains and the unique lakes. And besides that I loved it to spend time with people from all over the world and to form friendship with the other volunteers, which will last for a long time.” Hannah, 18, Germany

“It was a really nice experience to be here. It was fun to meet lots of new people and travel together.” Annika, 18, Netherlands

“I had great time and good experience in Lake Louise. I learned about environment system, process, plants, animals etc. They became my new knowledge. Thank you so much.” Natsumi, 24, Japan

Ready? Apply now for the Student Internship Canada Program!