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Student and Articling Programs

Start your career with a huge advantage

We believe in the importance of building the next generation of Canadian leadership, which means encouraging knowledge of international business and trade. Our student development opportunities include work terms, co-op and educational programs, scholarship programs – all designed to give your career in international finance a head start.

Student Recruitment

We actively recruit students in commerce, international business, finance, accounting and other disciplines. While the majority of our student positions are finance related, we also offer positions in risk management, insurance, computer science, communications, marketing, human resources, economics, sales and environmental sciences. Work terms are typically four or eight months in length and can be counted towards an accredited co-op program with your university.

What can you expect from an EDC work term? Great learning opportunities, a fast-paced work environment, challenging assignments, networking opportunities with professionals in your field of study, organized social activities with other students and free access to our onsite gym and fitness classes.

Please note the following application deadlines:
Winter term (January to April): Positions posted in September
Summer term (May to August): Positions posted in January
Fall term (September to December): Positions posted in May

Here is a student who has benefited from these programs:

Ryan Chow, Credit Insurance

In my work, I conduct financial and credit analysis regarding various companies. I am learning something new every day and my team is very helpful and always willing to help me improve my knowledge and skills. I have also been able to apply the many skills I have learned at school, particularly in the analysis of financial statements.

Articling Program

Start your legal career with EDC

We actively recruit articling students who want to explore the world of corporate commercial law. As part of our Legal Services Division, our articling students serve their Articles of Clerkship with a group of professionals with experience in many areas of law related to corporate financing, project financing, and insurance law.

In addition to a principal and mentor you can expect exceptional learning opportunities, a fast-paced work environment, challenging work assignments and networking opportunities with professionals in your field of study. A 12-month contract also gets you employee benefits including vacation leave and a health spending account, free access to our onsite gym and fitness classes.

Articling positions are typically posted from February to May.

Learn more

EDC's Articling Program (PDF)



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Working at EDC

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