Coop work-term bursaries

Cooperative internships (I, II and III) are worth 9 credits. ÉTS grants each student a bursary equivalent to the cost of 6 credits for each internship. This cooperative education bursary will be credited to you at the time of invoicing your internship credits, thus negating the increase in internship fees. To take advantage of this, you must have provided your social insurance number (SIN) to ÉTS.

Additional details

Will obtaining this bursary have an effect of other financial aid you receive (loans and bursaries)

There is no impact to be expected on your financial assistance from the loans and bursaries program, as long as you do not exceed $5,000 in scholarships other than those from the loans and bursaries program within a calendar year.

Will this bursary have any effect on income taxes?

There will be no impact on your income taxes as long as you are a full-time student. You must just the same declare this bursary on your declaration of income.

Should you declare this bursary on your Declaration of Income?

Yes, every student who receives this bursary must declare it on their annual Declaration of Income to the various levels of government. Even foreign students must file a Declaration of Income once they have this kind of income.

Personalized tax slips will be available on SIGNETS.

Eligibility criteria

You must collect the documents required by Service Canada and bring them to any service outlet of this organization. If your request and your documents are in order, you can obtain a SIN the same day and receive your card by mail within the next ten working days.

List of the documents required by Service Canada.

Nearest Service Canada outlet to ÉTS:
Complexe Guy-Favreau
200 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest, Suite 034
Montreal

Selection criteria

Applicant must have provided a social insurance number to ÉTS

Documents required

Applicant must have provided a social insurance number to ÉTS

Study program Bachelor
Legal status Canadian citizen
Permanent resident