- It is not possible to transfer from the alternative, three-year program to the regular, two-year program.
If you hold or will receive an undergraduate university degree prior to entering the program and are considering obtaining Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) designation, first check the requirements below. Your eligibility depends on the type of degree obtained, your academic average, prerequisite courses for the teaching subject, the French proficiency test, and other requirements. As the number of places is limited, admission is offered to the applicants with the best scores, in accordance with registration targets for each teaching subject and division. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
Must be accredited by an official body such as a provincial ministry of education, the ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche scientifique (MESRS), or the national ministry of education in your country. These are the only ministries that are authorized to issue a university degree. Your program must have been accredited when you received your degree.
In Canada: University bachelor’s degree of at least 90 credits (or 15 credits if the university uses a 0.5 and 1.0 credit-weight system per course) or specialized four-year bachelor’s degree from an Ontario college.
Foreign institutions: University degree of 180 ECTS credits in a single program, issued by a university (e.g., licence, engineering degree).
See the table below to find out what level of study you require for admission