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Consecutive and Technological Education Admissions

For complete admission information including key dates, deadlines, requirements and recommendations, please refer to How to Apply.

Queen’s Teacher Education will make only one offer of admission per applicant. Applicants are welcome to apply for a maximum of three program options/tracks. It is important for applicants to carefully consider their Queen’s choices and the order of those choices.

If appropriate prerequisites do not appear on the transcript or if “in progress” courses have not been itemized on the OUAC/TEAS application, the applicant must amend their application through the OUAC/TEAS website by the application deadline.

Selection of applications is based on:
a. meeting the admission requirements and/or recommendations;
b. the number of spaces available in the option/teaching subject/program track requested;
c. Practicum placement availability;
d. the score from the Personal Statement of Experience;
e. the score based on the academic average and the number of prerequisites and/or recommended courses.

The scored from "d" and "e" above have equal weight.

Only documentation requested by the Education Registrar is considered for admission. We will not read any unsolicited material or letters of reference; unsolicited documents will be destroyed.

Queen’s may, at its discretion, suspend admission to any program, plan, or sub-plan, in accordance with University policy.


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