Bell—the only communications provider recognized by IDC as a Canadian leader in security for four years in a row—is offering full tuition reimbursement and paid internship opportunities to select students accepted into the University of New Brunswick’s one-year Master of Applied Cybersecurity (MACSec) Program.

Selected students will complete an exclusive four-month extended training program at the end of their degree, known as the ‘Bell research intensive cyber knowledge studies’ (BRICKS) Program. This program offers additional complementary courses alongside a paid internship supporting Bell’s AI and cyber-related intellectual property requirements, preparing students for their full-time career in cybersecurity at Bell.

The Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity is poised to alter the cyberwarfare landscape by propelling research, training and collaboration with governments and industry to new levels,” said Dr. Ali Ghorbani, director of the Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity. “Partnerships such as this one with Bell will forge an even more crucial role in developing security measures necessary to protect modern critical infrastructure in Canada and beyond.

Apply to UNB’s MACSec Program today and get the opportunity to be a part of Canada’s leading technology and communications company, working alongside a team of security professionals including Cyber Threat Analysts, Data Scientists and Threat Management Consultants dedicated to safeguarding the data of Canadian consumers and businesses alike.

Students accepted into the University of New Brunswick’s MACSec Program will be automatically considered for the BRICKS Program. Those selected to participate will be contacted by Bell directly.

Application deadline: May 31, 2020