Need help finding co-op grad school


by fizziks
Tags: coop, grad, school
fizziks
fizziks is offline
#1
Dec13-06, 11:06 AM
P: 240
I'm a physics major at a US public univeristy atm. I'm thinking of applying to grad school for physics or engineering. I want to go into computer engineering or quantum computing/experimental condensed matter.


Right now, I'm planning to apply to the computer engineering schools at

University of Waterloo, canada
Northeastern
My current school (doesn't offer a co-op program)
and a safety school

I'm will also apply to the physics at UW and Northeastern.

I'm trying to find other schools that may offer me some work experience in grad school while I finish my degree. Most likely a co-op program. I'm not shooting for IVY league schools or other top schools or even upper middle tier schools.

Does anyone know some other grad school that offer a good co-op program or something similar in the fields I want to go?
Phys.Org News Partner Science news on Phys.org
SensaBubble: It's a bubble, but not as we know it (w/ video)
The hemihelix: Scientists discover a new shape using rubber bands (w/ video)
Microbes provide insights into evolution of human language

Register to reply

Related Discussions
How should newly admitted grad student prepare for grad school? Academic Guidance 4
help finding internships/planning for grad school Academic Guidance 2
Choosing between med school and grad school in physics Academic Guidance 3
Grad School and GPA Academic Guidance 3
What do you do in Grad school? Academic Guidance 12