Find out about experiential learning opportunities for graduate students, including internships and training in entrepreneurial thinking and innovation.
What is experiential learning?
At the University of Calgary, Experiential Learning (EL) takes place across several categories of learning. Graduate student internships may qualify as EL opportunities, either as research-based experiential learning or as work-integrated learning.
Research-based EL supports students in developing skills and capacities for creativity, innovation, and discovery by leading or contributing to a research project.
Work-integrated learning is a category of EL activities completed as part of an academic program in a work-like setting, such as cooperative education, internships, and practica.
Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking
The Hunter Hub, located in the lower level of the MacEwan Student Centre, provides training, workshops and programs for students interested in entrepreneurship and how to apply entrepreneurial thinking.
Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning
The Taylor Institute supports graduate teaching assistants with workshops and training leading to a Graduate Student Certificate in University Teaching and Learning. Gain practical knowledge and hands-on skills in leadership, communication, pedagogy and more.
Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The Hunter Centre, a part of the Haskayne School of Business, provide graduate courses in entrepreneurship and innovation available to all graduate students. Learn the basics of the startup world, and join a team to develop a startup concept. Many students who complete the Hunter Centre's Innovation and Entrepreneurship courses go on to participate in Summer Inc, a summer business incubator.
My GradSkills Endorsed Workshops
My GradSkills can connect you with workshops to help you develop professional and transferable skills. See our workshops page to learn more about what's available to you.