Faculty of Education

A top-ranked Faculty
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A top-ranked Faculty with leading-edge programs.

Top 77 faculties of education worldwide

Ranked among the top 77 faculties of education worldwide, the Faculty of Education offers its students many opportunities at the world's largest bilingual university. Our highly sought-after graduates go on to a wide range of careers in administration, academia, education, health, public service, research and beyond.

Our studies

Undergraduate studies

Join one of the most dynamic and innovative Teacher Education programs in Canada and learn from educational leaders who have robust research relationships and professional partnerships with local, national and international communities. With social justice as a core value, we train educators who will pursue equity, diversity, inclusion and decolonization in their future working environments and who are prepared for the career challenges of teaching in the 21st century.

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Graduate Studies

Pursue your graduate studies in education at one of Canada’s top 50 research universities. Future educators, researchers or professionals can earn additional qualifications, a graduate diploma or an MA, MEd, or PhD degree working with our internationally distinguished professors in fields such as counselling psychologyhealth professions educationleadership, evaluation, curriculum or policy studiessocieties, cultures and languagesteaching and learningminority language education and inclusionEnseignement en santé, Second Language Educationor Éducation en milieux linguistiques minoritaires et inclusion.

Many program options are available at the Faculty of Education:

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Professional Development Program

This program provides teachers with opportunities to enhance their teaching skills in order to add to their Basic Qualifications other Qualifications recognized by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).

Teachers can take Additional Qualification Courses (AQ Courses) to upgrade and gain qualifications in a certain teaching division or subject area or The purpose of Additional Basic Qualification (ABQ) courses to expand your knowledge of program development, delivery, and assessment in a specific division.

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World Leaders in Educational Research

The Faculty of Education unites a dynamic, diverse and interdisciplinary community of researchers working at the forefront of educational technology, policy, practice and innovation. As leaders in their fields, our professors are engaged in world-class research aimed at making a difference.
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Celebrating excellence in the Faculty of Education

Congratulations to the six Faculty of Education members who received Awards for Excellence for their contributions to knowledge, teaching, administrat…
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Counting frogs and catching insects: How place-based education nurtures connection with nature

Students in Professor Lerona D. Lewis’s Faculty of Education courses aren’t just talking about the “how” of teaching science: these future educators a…
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Joel Westheimer
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Double honours for Professor Joel Westheimer

Congratulations to Faculty of Education professor Joel Westheimer, who was elected a member of the U.S. National Academy of Education and named a fell…
Éric Dionne
Éric Dionne
Éric Dionne

Le tableau de bord, les pommes et les oranges…

"We have a suggestion for the minister: why not ask the teachers directly?"
Phyllis Dalley
Phyllis Dalley
Phyllis Dalley

Insécurité linguistique: «On doit accepter plusieurs manières de parler françai…

"Let's celebrate the many ways of speaking our language instead of comparing accents."
André Samson
André Samson
André Samson

«Le dernier Canadien français»: l’album photos de la francophonie canadienne

"There are few university programs in French. This leads the younger Francophone generation to become increasingly anglicised."
Dialogues sur la recherche
May 2

Knowledge mobilization and Indigenous methodologies in educational research (Part 2)

Join us for the next joint event in our Faculty of Education Research Conversations Series (hosted jointly with our EDI Circles) entitled Knowledge mo…

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May 10 to May 17

Science-Moi! activities at the 91st Annual ACFAS Conference

Each year, Science-moi! offers programming for the general public to promote the dialogue between science and society, in collaboration with the host …

Special activities
May 13 to May 17

Special activities at the 91st Annual ACFAS Conference

The following activities are open to conference delegates and the entire research community. Registration for these free events is required via the AC…

Faculty services

Contact us

Ottawa Campus

Lamoureux Hall (LMX)
145 Jean-Jacques-Lussier Private, Room 143
Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6N5
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Telephone: 613-562-5804
Toll-Free: 1-800-860-8577 (Toll-Free)
Fax: 613-562-5963

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Windsor campus

To reach us
Centre communautaire francophone Windsor-Essex-Kent
720 Ouellette Avenue (main entrance at Tuscarora st)
Windsor, Ontario

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Telephone: 519-948-6553
Fax: 519-948-9069
Email: [email protected]

Toronto Campus

The campus is temporarily located at Collège Boréal until August 28, 2023 and will be relocated to 60 Distillery Lane starting August 29th 2023.

To reach us

Collège Boréal
60 Distillery Lane
Toronto ON M5A 3C4

Telephone: (416) 289-5130
Toll-free: 1 800 860-8577
Email: toronto@uOttawa.ca

Indigenous Affirmation

We pay respect to the Algonquin people, who are the traditional guardians of this land. We acknowledge their longstanding relationship with this territory, which remains unceded. 

We pay respect to all Indigenous people in this region, from all nations across Canada, who call Ottawa home. 

We acknowledge the traditional knowledge keepers, both young and old. And we honour their courageous leaders: past, present, and future. 

Learn more about the Indigenous Affirmation.