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Applying to the internship program

Students typically apply for the internship program near the completion of two years of full-time study (or 60 ch) but can also apply in third, fourth, or above, years. Students must be in good academic standing to be accepted into the program. For questions about the program or application process, contact artsinternship@unb.ca.

How to Apply

Step 1

Fill out the online application form.

Step 2

Meeting and interview session with internship team

If you are deemed eligible for the program the Internship Coordinator will contact you to schedule the second step of the application process, which consists of an interview session with the faculty internship staff.

The interview session will determine your admission into the program in general and will also help to narrow down which placement the committee thinks you will be most suited to. The committee's decision will be based on both your indication of preferred placement option(s) and on the committee's assessment of your general suitability for the placements available.

Some placement options may be more competitive than others, so even if you are determined to be eligible for the program, you may not be placed in  your first or even your second placement choice.

In general, the committee tries to match students with placements that are relevant to their degree programs and that relate to their previous work experience and future career goals. If you are selected for a placement, the committee will contact you shortly after the interview session to let you know which one you have been assigned. 

Step 3

If you are selected for admission into the program, the internship coordinator will register you into the appropriate course (Arts 3000; 3001; 3002; or Arts 4000).

For more information about the program, please contact the Faculty of Arts internship coordinator.

Application Form