TEAS – Queen’s University

Last updated: September 13, 2021

Note: University program information changes regularly. View the application for the most up-to-date details.

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Program Codes

Q10 – Primary/Junior
Q12 – Indigenous Teacher Education (Primary/Junior)
Q13 – Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based (Primary/Junior) – Mushkegowuk Territory (exact location to be determined based on enrollment)
Q14 – Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based (Primary/Junior) – Manitoulin Island
Q15 – Artist in Community Education (Primary/Junior)
Q16 – Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based (Primary/Junior) – Lambton-Kent
Q18 – Outdoor & Experiential Education (Primary/Junior)
Q19 – French as a Second Language (Primary/Junior)
Q30 – Intermediate/Senior
Q32 – Indigenous Teacher Education (Intermediate/Senior)
Q35 – Artist in Community Education (Intermediate/Senior)
Q38 – Outdoor & Experiential Education (Intermediate/Senior)
Q80 – Technological Education (B.Ed.)
Q82 – Technological Education (D.Ed.)
Q85 – Technological Education Multi-Session Program (B.Ed.) – Greater Toronto Area, exact location to be determined based on enrollment
Q87 – Technological Education Multi-Session Program (D.Ed.) – Greater Toronto Area, exact location to be determined based on enrollment

Queen’s University is unique in offering a 16-month Consecutive Education program that starts in May 2022 and ends in August 2023 for Primary/Junior (K-Grade 6), Intermediate/Senior (Grades 7-12) and Technological Education candidates.

All Primary/Junior or Intermediate/Senior Queen’s teacher candidates graduate with a specialization. You can apply directly to the Indigenous Teacher Education, Artist in Community Education, Outdoor & Experiential Education or Primary/Junior French as a Second Language programs. Or, after you start the program, you can form a concentration in areas such as at-risk children, exceptional learners, educational technology, environmental education and international education. To graduate with a concentration, you combine 2 courses with a related alternative practicum placement.

You will complete alternative practicum placements outside the typical public school setting, and this breadth of experience is an advantage to you as a Queen’s teacher candidate. You can do the placements anywhere in the world. We also offer funding to support teacher candidates in gaining international experience.

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Important Deadlines

December 1, 2021

  • Submit the TEAS application and transcript requests.

December 10, 2021

  • Submit transcripts and supplementary documents to the Student Services Office.
  • Submit the Personal Statement of Experience through the Queen’s website.
  • Only completed applications will be assessed.

June 30, 2022

  • Send final university transcript(s) to Student Services if you are currently completing your university degree and/or course prerequisites for admission.
  • Final university transcripts should indicate that courses were completed and/or the degree was granted.
  • We confirm your acceptance only after you successfully complete your undergraduate degree (except if you apply to the Diploma in Education).

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Submission Requirements

To apply to Queen’s Teacher Education, you must submit the following:

TEAS Application

Complete the TEAS application, including fee payment.

Official Transcripts

Official transcripts should consist of:

  • Postsecondary transcripts: From each institution you attended, submitted directly from the issuing postsecondary institution to Student Services (including CEGEP, if applicable).
    • If you attend/attended Queen’s, you do not need to request transcripts, as we provide that service automatically at no cost.
    • You may have courses on your transcript from a department other than the one that reflects the discipline area. You must provide a course outline and/or course description of that “related” course by December 10, 2021. Clearly state the requirement you wish the course to be considered for.
    • All documentation to support the teaching subject course requirements must arrive by December 10, 2021. Student Services makes the final decision about whether a course meets the discipline area.
  • High school transcripts: Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based and Technological Education program applicants must arrange to have their high school transcripts sent directly from their school or school board to Student Services.
  • International transcripts: If you obtained a degree from a foreign institution (from a non-Canadian or non-American institution), you must have all international official transcripts evaluated by World Education Services (WES) (course-by-course evaluation). If you attended a foreign institution for only part of your degree, (i.e., if you went on exchange) a WES evaluation is not required.
    • Ensure you are on the Canadian WES page (a maple leaf in the banner). You are responsible for the costs associated with the WES evaluation and any translation required.
    • You must request that WES evaluations be released directly to Student Services, Faculty of Education, Queen’s University, to be received by December 10, 2021. A WES report is equivalent to receiving transcripts directly from each foreign institution.
      Note: It can take up to 6 weeks for WES to receive official transcripts from a foreign academic institution, after which point the WES evaluation can take a week or more to be completed. Begin the evaluation process as early as possible.
    • Contact Student Services for questions about international transcript requirements.

Additional transcript requirements:

  • All transcripts submitted must be official, bearing the institutional seal and/or original signature of the institution’s registrar. Photocopied or faxed transcripts are not acceptable.
  • All transcripts, once received, become the property of Student Services and are not returned to you.
  • Your previous academic credentials must be obtained at an institution providing an academic environment and education that prepares students for potential success in advanced study at Queen’s.

Personal Statement of Experience (PSE)

Complete your PSE on the Queen’s Education website.

Because it takes several days for us to receive TEAS applications, you may need to wait 3 to 5 business days before submitting the PSE. PSEs may be submitted until December 10, 2021, at 11:59 pm.

By November 1, 2021, we will give applicants access to the online PSE through the SOLUS online Student Centre. We will email submission details to you after you apply. PSE questions and information are also available on our website.

Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based applicants do not complete a PSE.

Additional Supplementary Documentation

Send any additional documentation, in accordance with indicated instructions, to Student Services following the process outlined. The following programs require additional documentation beyond the online application, transcript and PSE.

Applicants to Indigenous Teacher Education, Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based, Artist in Community Education, Outdoor & Experiential Education, Primary/Junior French as a Second Language or Technological Education Programs

  • Read the relevant program section for details on the required supplementary documentation.
  • Student Services must receive all documents by December 10, 2021. We will only assess completed applications.

Applicants With a Graduate Degree in Progress

  • If you are completing a graduate degree (e.g., MA, MSc) by spring 2022, you may be eligible for additional admission points.
  • Indicate on your application that you are enrolled and the anticipated completion date. Provide a final transcript by June 30, 2022, showing that the graduate degree was conferred.

Applicants Applying Under “Equity Admission”

  • For a designated number of places in the Education program, we will give preference to members of Indigenous Peoples/First Nations groups, visible minorities/racialized persons, persons with disabilities and persons who identify as LGBTQ2S+, who are currently under‑represented within the teaching profession.
  • We will automatically consider equity applicants for admission under regular admission procedures as well. Further information and the Equity Self-Identification Form are available on our website.

Applicants With a University Degree and a College Diploma/Applied Degree

  • If you completed 2, 3 or 4 years of a college diploma/applied degree program, you may be eligible to receive additional admission points by submitting an official college transcript, in addition to your university transcript.
  • If you have already received substantial university transfer credit for college courses or college credit for university courses, you may not be eligible for such consideration.

Applicants Who Meet Our English‑language Requirement

  • English is the language of instruction at Queen’s and in the Ontario schools where our teacher candidates complete their required practice teaching. Consequently, if English is not your first language, you are required to provide evidence of oral and written proficiency in English to Student Services in 1 of 2 ways. To be eligible for admission consideration, you must either:
    1. have studied full-time for at least 3 full years (or the equivalent) at a university where English was the language of instruction and examination, in a country where one of the official languages is English or
    2. achieve a satisfactory score on a comprehensive test of English. The test must include reading, writing, listening and speaking components. Find more information about the English-language requirement, including a list of acceptable test options and minimum required scores, on our website.
  • If you attended a university located outside of Canada or the United States where English was the language of instruction and examination, you must submit a letter from the university for verification to Student Services.

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Before You Apply Online

  1. We make only 1 offer of admission per applicant. It is important that you carefully consider your Queen’s choices and the order of those choices.
  2. If appropriate prerequisites do not appear on your transcript or if “In Progress” courses are not itemized on your TEAS application, you must amend your TEAS application to include these courses by the December 1, 2021, application deadline.
  3. Selection is based on:
    1. meeting the admission requirements and/or recommendations,
    2. the number of spaces available in the option/teaching subject/program track requested,
    3. practicum placement availability,
    4. the score from the Personal Statement of Experience and
    5. the score based on the academic average and number of prerequisites and/or recommended courses.
      Note: The scores from “d” and “e” have equal weight.
  4. We will only consider documentation requested by Student Services for admission. We do not read any unsolicited material or letters of reference. Unsolicited documents will be destroyed.
  5. We may, at our discretion, suspend admission to any program or teaching subject in accordance with university policy.

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Queen’s Teacher Education Admission Policies

Notes on policies:

  • Recommended courses provide a broader subject knowledge that will be helpful with a teaching career.
  • We suggest the recommendations listed in the Admission Policies for admission. Having the recommended items may help applicants to be more competitive in the admission process, but applicants may gain admission without the recommended items.
  • Unless otherwise specified, throughout the Admission Policies, a “course” means a university‑level course or second‑year CEGEP course.
  • “1 full-year course” means a full‑year course or its equivalent (e.g., 2 half‑year courses).

Primary/Junior and Intermediate/Senior Applicant Requirements

(I.e., all applicants except those for Technological Education or Technological Education Multi-Session, and applicants for Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based who are of Indigenous ancestry.)

  • An acceptable undergraduate degree (minimum 3-year General degree). We will give preference to applicants with a 4-year Honours undergraduate degree.

Primary/Junior and Intermediate/Senior Applicant Recommendations

(I.e., all applicants except those for Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based, Technological Education or Technological Education Multi-Session.)

  • A minimum “B” average based on the grading scheme of the issuing postsecondary institution.
  • One half‑year course in Developmental Psychology (or equivalent) or 1 full‑year course in Introductory Psychology (or equivalent).
  • Completion of a 4‑year Honours undergraduate degree (20 full‑year courses). If you have less than 20 full-year courses, we recommend that you take additional courses to add up to 20, as this can be an advantage for salary and advancement.

Primary/Junior Recommendations

We will give preferred status to applicants who have completed at least 1 half-year undergraduate or graduate course in at least 4 of the following areas:

  1. English
  2. Geography or Canadian History
  3. Health and/or Physical Education
  4. Mathematics
  5. Science
  6. The Arts (visual arts, music, drama, dance)
  7. Developmental Psychology or full-year Introduction to Psychology

These 6 areas are incorporated in the content and pedagogy of Ontario Primary/Junior curriculum.

Intermediate/Senior Requirements

Queen’s Teacher Education offers the following teaching subjects:

  • Dramatic Arts (135)
  • English (319)
  • First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies (200)
  • French as a Second Language (325)
  • Geography (740)
  • History (750)
  • Mathematics (652)
  • Music – Instrumental (158)
  • Music – Vocal (159)
  • Science – Biology (412)
  • Science – Chemistry (420)
  • Science – Physics (470)
  • Visual Arts (190)
  1. Refer to the Teaching Subject Requirements for the required and/or recommended courses for teaching subjects offered in the Queen’s Teacher Education program.
  2. We recommend that you have a minimum “B” average in the courses that meet the teaching subject requirements.
  3. Five full‑year courses are required for the first teaching subject; 3 full‑year courses are required for the second teaching subject (4 are required if Music is the second teaching subject).
    • We recommend that you complete some of the teaching subject courses from upper‑year course offerings at the university level. We may give consideration for offers of admission at the discretion of Student Services.
  4. We will use each course taken in preparation for a teaching subject only once toward either teaching subject (i.e., “double counting” is not acceptable).
  5. We will accept a maximum of 1 full‑year course from outside of the teaching subject department (see Postsecondary Transcripts).

The Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) sets their own document and assessment requirements and policies, which may be different from the requirements noted in this policy.

Completing the B.Ed. degree or D.Ed. diploma requirements does not guarantee a teaching certificate. All graduates who apply to the OCT must meet all requirements and pass the Math Proficiency Test.

See the current licensing requirements.

Teaching Subject Requirements

Dramatic Arts

Required:

  • 1 full‑year practical studio course (acting or directing) and
  • 1 half‑year course in theatre history (which may include any of the following components: Performance in western and eastern theatre traditions from early classical eras to the end of the 19th century, a survey of production methods, and architecture).

Recommended:

  • 1 half‑year course in theatre production (which may include any of the following components: Stage management, scenery design, costumes, lighting and sound systems)

English

Required:

  • 1 full‑year course with Canadian content in English literature or poetry and
  • 1 full‑year or a combination of 2 half‑year courses in any of the following:
    • Creative writing
    • English literature
    • Poetry

An acceptable equivalent for the full‑year writing course would be 1 full‑year English course, or equivalent, that includes an exploration of writing in a variety of literary genres (e.g., poetry, drama, fiction and non‑fictional prose).

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies

No additional course requirements beyond the 5 full-year courses required for the first teaching subject and 3 full-year courses required for the second teaching subject.

French as a Second Language

Required:

  • 1 full‑year course with strong overall grammar review at a minimum second‑year level,
  • 1 full-year course in writing for accuracy,
  • 1 full‑year comprehensive literature course and
  • 1 full‑year oral communication course.

For a second teaching subject, only 3 of the 4 are required.

Geography

Required:

  • 1 half‑year course in Canadian geography (physical and/or human)

Recommended:

  • 1 half-year course in geographic information systems (GIS)/geomatics/geo-informatics, which may include: Cartography and remote sensing.
  • Courses in physical geography, which include: Geomorphology, climatology, bio-geography, geography of soils, glaciation, lithosphere and plate tectonics, natural disasters.
  • Courses in human/economic/cultural geography, which include: Geography courses that cover global issues, such as tourism, development, environment, poverty, demographics/population, resources, resource management, land use (rural and urban), urban and rural planning, international trade and aid, environmental impact assessment, regional geography (especially Canadian).
  • Related courses: Geology, earth science.

History

Required:

  • 1 full‑year survey course in Canadian history

Recommended:

  • 2 or more of the following courses central to the History program taught in Ontario high schools:
    • American History
    • Ancient & Medieval History
    • Indigenous History
    • Modern European History
    • World Politics

Courses from a department other than history may have sufficient history content to be counted toward full or partial course requirements.

Mathematics

Recommended:

  • Courses beyond those in the core calculus/analysis stream

We encourage applicants to have depth and breadth of mathematical knowledge in courses such as number theory, calculus, algebra, geometry, statistics, probability and financial mathematics.

We may consider a related course (up to a maximum of 1 full‑year course or equivalent) if the course has a math or statistics course listed as an exclusion; in these cases, send calendar descriptions listing the exclusion to Student Services.

Music – Instrumental or Vocal

Applicants may not select both Music – Instrumental and Music – Vocal as teaching subjects.

Required:

  • A minimum of 1 full‑year (first teaching subject) or 1 half-year (second teaching subject) university course in each of the following areas of music study:
    • Applied music (For instrumental music, applicants must have a minimum of 6.0 units in instrumental lessons or ensembles. For vocal music, applicants must have a minimum of 6.0 units in vocal lessons or ensembles.)
    • Music education or Education-related. May include: Conducting, secondary instrument, instrumental techniques (e.g., keyboard skills, vocal tech, guitar tech, brass tech, etc.).
  • A minimum of 1 half-year university course in each of the following areas of music study:
    • Music theory
    • Additional Music theory or Music creation. May include: Composition, arranging, orchestration, electroacoustic.
    • Musicology/Ethnomusicology

Science – Biology

Required:

  • 1 full‑year course that has a major laboratory component from a university biology department

Recommended:

  • Any or all of the following courses will be useful: Cell biology, ecology, genetics, microbiology, plant and animal (invertebrate and vertebrate – including human) biology

Note: Only 1 full-year course in biochemistry and 1 full-year course in human biology can be counted toward Science – Biology.

Science – Chemistry

Required:

  • 1 full‑year course in introductory chemistry and
  • 1 half‑year course in organic chemistry.

Note: A maximum of 1 full‑year course in biochemistry will be accepted.

If you have an undergraduate degree in engineering, you must specify the chemistry content of each course and supply calendar descriptions.

Science – Physics

Required:

  • 1 full‑year, first-year introductory physics and
  • 1 half‑year course in electricity and magnetism beyond first‑year introductory physics.

Applicants with an undergraduate degree in engineering must identify the physics content of each course, using mechanics, sound, optics, and electricity and magnetism as headings, supplemented by calendar descriptions, to indicate the physics content in any course not labelled as Physics. A maximum of 1 full course in Astronomy may be included.

Visual Arts

Required:

  • 1-and-a-half full‑year courses in comprehensive studio practice (including at least 2 of: Drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, ceramics, fiber arts),
  • 1 full‑year survey course in art history (e.g., Ancient Greece through to the Modern Era) and
  • 1 half-year course in 1 of the following: Period-specific art history or thematic art history, contemporary art, Canadian art history, Indigenous North American art, non-Western art (e.g., Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Islamic), aesthetics and art criticism, history of architecture, history of Canadian architecture.

Technological Education

Q80 – Technological Education (B.Ed.)
Q82 – Technological Education (D.Ed.)
Q85 – Technological Education Multi-Session (B.Ed.) – Greater Toronto Area, exact location to be determined based on enrollment
Q87 – Technological Education Multi-Session (D.Ed.) – Greater Toronto Area, exact location to be determined based on enrollment

The Queen’s Technological Education program is a full‑time, on-campus program over 4 consecutive terms.

The Queen’s Technological Education Multi-Session program is a full-time, on- and off-campus program over 6 consecutive terms. This program is delivered face-to-face, online and in a blended format. Face-to-face courses are delivered over 3 weekends per term for 4 terms, plus June/July in the first summer and July in the second summer at the Queen’s University Faculty of Education. The weekend courses will be delivered in the Greater Toronto Area and will be close to highway 401 and within a reasonable distance from the Toronto airport.

The Queen’s Teacher Education offers the following Broad‑based Technologies:

  • Communications Technology
  • Computer Technology
  • Construction Technology
  • Green Industries
  • Hairstyling and Aesthetics (regulated trades, meaning you must hold a certificate of qualification in your trade)
  • Health Care
  • Hospitality portion of Hospitality and Tourism
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Technological Design
  • Transportation Technology (regulated trades, meaning you must hold a certificate of qualification in your trade)

Minimum Admission Requirements for Technological Education:

  • 5 years of wage‑earning experience, including business or industrial experience, where you used your skills and knowledge in the area of Technological Education selected for your Broad‑based Technology;
  • At least 2 years of wage‑earning experience and successful completion of a postsecondary education program in the area of Technological Education selected for your Broad‑based Technology. The postsecondary program must include a minimum of 6 semesters of academic studies where the experience and education used your skills and knowledge in your Broad‑based Technology; or
  • A combination of wage‑earning experience and education that totals 5 years, of which at least 2 years must be wage‑earning experience in your Broad‑based Technology and at least 4 months in these 2 years must be continuous.

Wage‑earning experience must be in the area(s) of Technological Education that you choose in your teacher education program. You cannot use supervision or management experience to count toward your wage‑earning experience.

Additional Supplementary Documents for Technological Education

As a Technological Education applicant, you must submit the following additional documents to Student Services:

  • Resumé
  • Secondary school transcript (if a non-degree applicant) directly from the school
  • Certificate(s) of Qualification (if applicable)
  • Proof of skilled wage-earning work experience(s) in a skilled trade or profession in the area being applied to

Read more about required documents for Technological Education and how to submit them.

Notes:

  • We will award you a Diploma in Education (D.Ed.) if you have a high school diploma and a minimum 5 years of wage-earning experience, including business or industrial experience, where you used skills and knowledge in the area of Technological Education selected for your Broad-based Technology.
  • We will award you a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree if you have a combination of wage-earning experience and completed postsecondary education or a valid trade licence (e.g., Red Seal, Certificate of Qualification) that totals a minimum of 5 years. At least 2 years must be wage-earning experience in your Broad-based Technology and at least 4 months in this 2-year time frame must be continuous. Your completed postsecondary education must consist of a degree or diploma, or an apprenticeship program acceptable to the College of Trades.
  • D.Ed. graduates can convert their D.Ed. to a B.Ed. by completing a postsecondary degree or diploma, or an apprenticeship program acceptable to the College of Trades; obtaining a Red Seal or appealing to the College of Trades and submitting documentation to Student Services.
  • To be considered in this process, your undergraduate degree must not include transfer credits that were counted from the D.Ed. to your undergraduate degree.

Artist in Community Education (ACE)

Q15 – Artist in Community Education
Primary/Junior, ACE (P/J)

Q35 – Artist in Community Education
Intermediate/Senior, ACE (I/S)

For general information about required and recommended courses, refer to Q10 Primary/Junior or Q30 Intermediate/Senior, as appropriate.

Additional Supplementary Documents for Artist in Community Education

As an Artist in Community Education applicant, you must submit the following additional documents to Student Services:

  • Applicant Cover Sheet
  • Arts Resumé
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Artistic Portfolio

Read more about required documents for Artist in Community Education and how to submit them.

Artist in Community Education Intermediate/Senior applicants must select a teaching subject from 1 of these 4 areas:

  • Dramatic Arts (135)
  • English (319)
  • Music – Instrumental (158) or Music – Vocal (159)
  • Visual Arts (190)

You may select your other teaching subject from any of those offered by Queen’s.

Indigenous Teacher Education (ITE)

Q12 – Indigenous Teacher Education
Primary/Junior, ITE (P/J)

Q13 – Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based – Mushkegowuk Territory (exact location to be determined based on enrollment)
Primary/Junior, ITE (P/J)

Q14 – Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based – Manitoulin Island
Primary/Junior, ITE (P/J)

Q16 – Indigenous Teacher Education Community-Based – Lambton-Kent
Primary/Junior, ITE (P/J)

Q32 – Indigenous Teacher Education
Intermediate/Senior, ITE (I/S)

For general information about required and recommended courses, refer to Q10 Primary/Junior or Q30 Intermediate/Senior, as appropriate.

Additional Supplementary Documents for Indigenous Teacher Education

As an Indigenous Teacher Education applicant, you must submit the following additional documents to Student Services:

  • Indigenous Teacher Education Applicant Information Form
  • Statement of Indigenous Experience (Community-Based programs only)
  • Resumé
  • Letters of Reference (2) from respected members of your Indigenous community (Community-Based programs only)
  • High School transcript (Community-Based programs only, if a non-degree applicant)

Read more about required documents for Indigenous Teacher Education and how to submit them.

Outdoor & Experiential Education (OEE)

Q18 – Outdoor & Experiential Education
Primary/Junior, OEE (P/J)

Q38 – Outdoor & Experiential Education
Intermediate/Senior, OEE (I/S)

For general information about required and recommended courses, refer to Q10 Primary/Junior or Q30 Intermediate/Senior, as appropriate.

Additional Supplementary Documents for Outdoor & Experiential Education

As an Outdoor & Experiential Education applicant, you must submit the following additional documents to Student Services:

  • Applicant Information Sheet
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letters of Reference (2)
  • Resumé
  • Alternative Resumé
  • Personal Artifact

Read more about required documents for Outdoor & Experiential Education and how to submit them.

Primary/Junior French as a Second Language (PJFSL)

Q19 – French as a Second Language
Primary/Junior, OEE (P/J)

For general information about required and recommended courses, refer to Q10 Primary/Junior.

Additional Supplementary Documents for French as a Second Language

As a Primary/Junior French as a Second Language applicant, you must meet at least 1 of the following requirements. If you do not have 5 full-year undergraduate courses in French or the completion of a degree in the French language, you must submit 1 of the following additional documents to Student Services:

  • 5 full-year undergraduate courses in French or the completion of a degree in the French language,
  • a French Bilingual/Immersion/Extended Certificate and original transcript from an anglophone secondary school or an original transcript if you have graduated from a francophone secondary school,
  • Diplôme d’études en langue française (DELF) Level B2 or higher,
  • CanTest French language competency test scores with a minimum of 4.5 on the listening, reading, writing, and speaking components (must be completed within the 2 years prior to your application to the B.Ed. program),
  • Practice Public Service Commission (PSC) Canada Tests Second Language Evaluation French and Writing Skills tests with a minimum score of level E (must be completed within the 2 years prior to your application to the B.Ed. program) or
  • an equivalent language proficiency test as determined by Student Services Office.

Read more about required documents for Primary/Junior French as a Second Language and how to submit them.

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Contact Information

Student Services
Faculty of Education, Queen’s University
Room A112, Duncan McArthur Hall
511 Union Street
Kingston ON  K7M 5R7

Telephone: 613‑533‑6205
Fax: 613‑533‑6203
Email: educstudentservices@queensu.ca

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