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International Joint Education Program

NUFE students starting in 2009 and at uWaterloo 2011

The "2+2.4" format originally presented at NUFE for the third and fourth Environment and Business NUFE cohorts is no longer recommended because it inhibits student integration, disrupts the fourth year projects, and interferes with the preferred sequence of coop work terms.

Recommended Schedule - Environment and Business Coop

The BES Environment and Business Co-op plan is a five work term plan in which four satisfactory work-term reports have to be written.  This is the plan that all Canadian students are enrolled in.

The expected format for NUFE 2+2 students in Environment and Business Coop is one work term in China with NUFE, three work terms in Canada, a required six-week Renison English program at uWaterloo when students arrive in July, twenty academic (20) courses at uWaterloo, and a total of twelve (12) ENBUS courses.  Requirements are published in the Undergraduate Calendar.

 

Term
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  NUFE NUFE Co-op NUFE NUFE Renison English UW UW Co-op UW Co-op Co-op UW UW

Course sequence chart 2+2 Co-op

EB course descriptions

 

Recommended schedule- Environment and Business Regular

The regular BES Environment and Business Honours plan has the same academic requirements as the Environment and Business Honours Co-op plan with the exception that regular students must take at least one of ENBUS 307, 308, 309, 310, 311 or 312 in their choice of theme electives.

The expected format for NUFE students in Environment and Business Regular is one work term in china ( optional but recommended), a required six-week Renison English program at uWaterloo when students arrive in July, twenty academic (20) courses at uWaterloo, and a total of twelve (12) ENBUS courses.  Requirements are published in the Undergraduate Calendar.

 

Term
1
2
3
4
5
6
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8
9
10
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  NUFE NUFE Co-op optional NUFE NUFE Renison English UW UW OFF UW UW

 

Course sequence chart 2+2 Regular

EB course descriptions