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How to apply

 

Applications to the Faculty of Education, Undergraduate Programs, currently exist online on our admissions page here and in PDF format listed below.

Please pay close attention to deadline dates for each program as late applications/documents are not considered.

To print a PDF version, click on the appropriate application/form below. New applications are being developed and will be available for download in the near future.

  • Application for(Primary/Elementary) as a First Degree program
  • Application for (Primary/Elementary) as a Second Degree program
  • Application for (Intermediate/Secondary) Degree program
  • Application for (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education Degree program
    • Academic Reference Form (for the Primary/Elementary program and both Intermediate/Secondary programs)
    • Non-Academic Reference Form (for Primary/Elementary and both Intermediate/Secondary programs)
  • Application for Music Education (available in two programs: Bachelor of Music Conjoint with Bachelor of Music Education; and Bachelor of Music Education as a Second Degree)
    • Bachelor of Music Academic Reference Form
    • Bachelor of Music Non-Academic Reference Form
  • Application for Special Education
    • Special Education Teaching Experience Form
    • Special Education Reference Form
  • Application for Post Secondary Education (1st Degree & 2nd Degree programs)
    • Post Secondary Work Experience Form
    • Post Secondary Reference form (2 references required)
  • Application for Diploma in Adult Learning and Post Secondary Education
    • Adult Teacher Education Reference form (2 references required)
  • To apply to the Bachelor of Education (Native and Northern) and the Diploma in Native and Northern Education (T.E.P.L), please contact The Faculty of Education, Undergraduate Admissions Office, ED2026, Tel: (709) 864-6935, Email: edadmiss@mun.ca

REQUIREMENTS

 
Admission to programs within the Faculty of Education is limited, selective and highly competitive. Therefore, meeting minimum admission requirements does not guarantee acceptance to a program.
The Faculty reserves the right to limit the number of spaces available in each program. When the number of eligible applicants exceeds the number of spaces available in a particular program, preference may be given to students who are permanent residents of Newfoundland and Labrador.

The Faculty of Education expects a student to provide evidence of a clear criminal record check before he/she is assigned to a school. Please refer to the Faculty of Education section of the current MUN calendar.
 
Admission requirements are specific to each individual education program. To view program requirements for each individual program select the appropriate link below.
 

Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) as a First Degree

 
 
 
 
 
 
Teacher Certification Upgrading and the Post-Secondary Instructors Certificate  (as issued by the Governement of Newfoundland and Labrador)

PREPARING YOUR APPLICATION

Please review all instructions outlined on the faculty application.

Each Faculty of Education program has a separate application; therefore, if you are applying to more than one education program, a separate application is required. However, only one personal statement and one set of references are required.

The following 3 items are to be submitted directly to:

Office of the Registrar

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John's, NL

A1C 5S7

Fax: (709) 864-4893

  1. Faculty Application(s) (Required by all applicants). http://www.mun.ca/undergrad/admissions/apply/index.php.
  • Intermediate/Secondary
  • Intermediate/Secondary Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education
  • Primary/Elementary
  • Special Education

2. Memorial University, online General Application for Admission/Re-admission http://www.mun.ca/undergrad/admissions/apply/index.php.

(Required only if you are a non-current student)

Transcripts from institutions other than Memorial University (Required by all applicants).

The following 3 items are to be submitted directly to:

Faculty of Education, Undergraduate Admissions Office

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John's, NL

A1B 3X8

Fax: (709) 864-6935

1. Personal Statement (Not required for the Bachelor of Special      Education Degree program).

2. References (Two required for all programs).

3. Teaching Experience Form (Required only for the Bachelor of Special Education Degree program).

NOTE: Any student wishing to be considered for advanced standing or transfer credit must submit an application for transfer credit evaluation, at the time of faculty application, to:

Office of the Registrar

Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL

A1C 5S7

Fax: (709) 864-4893

Requests for transfer credit evaluation may be obtained at www.mun.ca/regoff/forms.php.

 


 

HOW WE EVALUATE YOUR APPLICATION

Admission to programs within the Faculty of Education is determined by a Selections Committee and is based on the admission criteria listed in the university calendar for each degree/diploma program.

Applicants who are completing courses at this or another institution and for whom final and complete transcripts are not yet available may be granted provisional acceptance to the program to which they are applying pending the receipt of final transcripts. This provisional acceptance will remain valid until final transcripts are received. Provisionally accepted applicants may be granted a final acceptance upon review of the final transcript by the Selections Committee.

Transcripts from institutions other than Memorial University are to be submitted at the time of application. Your final transcript indicating the award of your first Bachelors Degree and/or Winter Semester grades must be received by the Office of the Registrar no later than June 15.

The Faculty reserves the right to deny admission to a candidate who, in the opinion of the Selections Committee, is deemed unsuitable for admission to a program. In special circumstances, the Committee on Undergraduate Studies, on recommendation from the Admissions Committee may, at its discretion, consider an applicant or group of applicants as an exception to the requirements.
 
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