Posts for the Topic International

Restoring ocean health one shellfish at a time

Natalie Fernandez headshot

Natalie Fernandez, a fourth-year Mechanical Engineering student, shares how her humanitarian heart and passion for engineering lead her down a rewarding, sustainable and international co-op path.

"I feel very lucky to have the opportunities I have"


Natalie’s co-op journey

Ground to Google in 2 Years: Hima’s Co-op Journey

A photo of Hima standing in front of mountains.

My name is Hima Sheth and I am a second-year Computer Science Student. I’m excited to share my journey throughout Waterloo’s co-op program so far and some of the lessons I’ve learned along the way!

Programming humanoid robots at Tesla: Brandon’s co-op journey

A photo of Waterloo co-op student Brandon Goh smiling and giving two thumbs up beside a Tesla sign.

My name is Brandon Goh and I am a third-year Mechatronics Engineering student. I will be sharing my co-op experiences that range from debugging financial applications to programming cutting-edge innovations, such as Tesla’s humanoid robot!

Journey around the world for a co-op job

University of Waterloo Math co-op student, Anoushka Gupta, sitting on a chair and smiling

Hello! My name is Anoushka and I am a second-year Computer Science student. I have completed my first co-op work term as a Web Assistant for the Co-operative and Experiential Education (CEE) department at the University of Waterloo. 

Bringing Lynk Global to the Middle Eastern market

University of Waterloo Science and Business co-op student, Souhail, smiling in Dubai

Souhail Aboulhoda, a third-year international student in Honours Science and Business, shares his various co-op experiences and says that co-op has taught him to become more patient!