Education

 

Steps To Applying


Becoming a U of R Student is as Easy as 1-2-3!


For information on how to apply for Community Based Education Programs, TEP Programs, or FNUniv's Education program click here or scroll down.


1) 

 

Submit an Online Application

When you log into the online application, be sure to choose the Application Type "Teacher Education Application" from the drop down menu.  

*Please review the "Before you Apply" information found below before starting your application. The Faculty of Education will be offering application workshops in December and February. Keep an eye on the events page for details!

Click here for information and how to apply for the Baccalauréat en éducation (le Bac) / Cliquez ici pour de plus amples renseignements concernant les demandes d'admission au Programme du Baccalauréat en éducation (le Bac).

Click here for information on how to apply for the First Nations University of Canada Indigenous Education Degree.

 

2) 

 

Pay the $100 Application Fee

You can pay by cash (only accepted in person), cheque, money order, peer transfer (www.peertransfer.com) Interac, Visa, Mastercard or American Express.
 

NOTE: To ensure that you are able to pay online, go to Tools in your browser and enable "compatability view" and check to ensure that you are not blocking popups. The online application does not work with Internet Explorer 9 and the payment system is unavailable nightly from 8:58 pm to 9:15 pm.

 

3) 

 

Submit Any Supporting Documents


About the Admission Process

Education accepts undergraduate students once per year, in the Fall semester using a competitive selection process.  This means that all applicants are required to meet the minimum 65% average, and complete the "Teacher Education Application Profile" which will be reviewed by selection committees.  If you are a current Grade 12 student, you must submit your transcript AFTER the first semester of Grade 12, once your grades are available.  This transcript must show the final grades of your Grade 12 first semester courses.  If you are a current post-secondary student at another institution, you must submit your transcript from that institution AFTER the end of the Fall 2017 semester once your Fall 2017 grades are available.

BEFORE YOU APPLY: Important Information & Application Worksheet

Joint Programs

  • Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Kinesiology Joint Degree - Students applying into this program must meet the admission criteria for both the Faculty of Education (BEd) and the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies (BKin).  Visit the Admission Requirements section for further details.
    • Online Application - Choose the Teacher Education Application. Select Secondary Ed & Kinesiology Joint Degree (5-year) as your Planned Course of Study.
  • Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Music Joint Degree - This five-year program is offered jointly by the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance. Students applying to the joint BEd/BMus Program must meet the admission criteria for both the Faculty of Education (BEd) and the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance (BMus), including successful completion of an audition and an examination in music theory to be given by the Music Department. Visit the Admission Requirements section for further details.
    • Online Application - Choose the Teacher Education Application. Select Music Education-BMusEd - Faculty of Education as your Planned Course of Study.
  • Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Science Secondary Math Joint Degree - This five-year program is offered jointly by the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Science. The program is designed to provide student teachers with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of math and more flexible options by obtaining two degrees.
    • Online Application - Choose the Teacher Education Application. Select Secondary Math Education - (Joint BEd/BSc-5yr) as your Planned Course of Study.

First Nations University of Canada Indigenous Education Degree

There are two parts to the Indigenous Education application:

  1. You must fill out and submit a paper application to the University of Regina
    • Write "Education" for the Faculty of Study
    • Check "First Nations University of Canada" as the Federated College
    • Write "Indigenous Education" as the Program of Study
  2. You must also print off and complete the Indigenous Education "Teacher Education Application Portfolio"

Community-Based Teacher Education Programs

Melfort Campus (Cumberland College):

  • Online Application
    • Create a login ID and PIN
    • Click on "Application Level: Undergraduate"
    • Click on "Application Type: Teacher Education Application"
    • When you come to the "Planned Course of Study" section, choose "Elementary-Cumberland College (Melfort Campus)"

Meadow Lake Campus (Northwest Regional College): 

  • **NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2017 INTAKE**
    Contact 306-585-4887 for more details. 

On & Off Campus Teacher Education Programs (TEP)

For information on how to apply select your TEP program:

  • SUNTEP - Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program
  • YNTEP - Yukon Native Teacher Education Program
  • NTEP - Nunavut Teacher Education Program
  • NORTEP - Northern Teacher Education Program
 

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