Fees

    • The Co-op work term fee: $774.75 (Required for each work term)
    • The Co-op workshop fee: $251.75 (One-time fee)

The fees listed above are in effect as of May 2019. All fees are subject to change.

The Value of your Co-op Investment

Income Potential

Average Co-op monthly salary $3,132.50 * 5 work terms

Projected income at the end of the Co-op Program: $62,650

Expenses

Co-op work term fees: $3,873.75 + One-time workshop fee: $251.75

Total Expenses: $4,125.50

Net Income
$62,650 – $4,125.50 = $58,524.50

Your Co-op Tuition in Action

As the Forestry Co-op Program is self-funded, your Co-op tuition fees support all costs directly related to the management of the program.

In turn, you benefit from the services we provide, including:

    • Employment skills training and coaching;
    • One-on-one professional resume and cover letter assistance;
    • Personalized interview preperation;
    • Access to exclusive job postings, and assistance with your job search;
    • Coordination of interview bookings, and liaising between students and employers;
    • Developing local and international industry contacts
    • Support during your Co-op work terms, including assistance in resolving workplace issues;
    • Evaluation of your Co-op work term including on-site visits with your work supervisor

 

Please be aware that students are charged UBC student fees in addition to co-op tuition fees during the co-op work terms.

A work term fee is required whether you obtained the position from a job posted via the Co-op office, or through your independent networking and job searching efforts.

To learn more about student fees, please access the UBC Calendar. For any questions regarding your student fees, please contact your Enrollment Services Professional.