Students

Experiential learning opportunities give you the chance to learn by doing. They allow you to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will help prepare you for the world of work, and to contribute to communities as engaged citizens. These experiences can also broaden your networks and help you apply your classroom learning to real-world contexts.

The University of Guelph offers many experiential learning options both within and outside of the classroom.

More Information

Experience Profiles

  • Madison is a recent graduate from the University of Guelph. During her time here, she engaged in experiential learning as a way to solidify her future career choice and develop her professional skills. Madison signed up for course-integrated experiential learning and did a practicum placement. 

  • Bhavya is a highly engaged student at the University of Guelph. She has been a peer helper, and worked on campus as student staff, and through the work study program. In addition to this, she has also engaged in applied research in the curriculum.