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2. ADMISSION, RE-ADMISSION, FACULTY TRANSFER, AND RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING

2.3 APPLICATION FOR PROGRAM ADMISSION

2.3.4 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT QUOTA PROGRAMS

Averages needed for admission to faculties and programs with limited enrolment may be higher than the minimums stated in §2.4. Enrolment in any faculty or program may be limited at any time, without notice to the number of students who can be accommodated. As of the date of publication of this Calendar, quotas have been set for admission to the programs listed below.

2.3.4.1 Faculty of Education
  1. General application procedures

    Elementary, Secondary, Arts Education, Music Education, and Baccalauréat en éducation programs: Applicants follow the procedures in §2.3.1 and §2.3.2 or for current Grade 12 students §2.3.3 except that applicants to the Faculty of Education must complete the Teacher Education Application in place of the Application for Undergraduate Admission. The Teacher Education Application is available online in October of each year (for the following Fall) on the web at www.uregina.ca/futurestudents.

    Selection of applicants to all programs except those in Indigenous Education is made by the Faculty of Education, on the basis of all information provided. For certain programs, interviews may also be scheduled. Separate quotas are in place for all programs. The number of first-year and transfer students accepted each year varies according to the total number of students in each program. The annual application deadlines (see §2.3.1.1) may be extended selectively by program until quotas are filled.

  2. Offers of admission

    Offers of admission are normally mailed in April or May. Upon admission (regular or early conditional), applicants must notify the University that they intend to accept the offered place by the deadline stated in the letter, and begin full-time studies in September of the same year. Admission will be revoked if students fail to accept the offered places by the deadline, or if they are not registered in courses as of the last date to add courses in the Fall term (semester).

  3. Indigenous Education

    Applicants to programs in Indigenous Education follow the standard application deadlines and procedures in §2.3.1 and §2.3.2, but must also submit an Indigenous Education Teacher Education Admission Profile directly to:

    Department of Indigenous Education, Health and Social Work
    First Nations University of Canada
    Regina, SK S4S 7K2
    Tel: 306-790-5950, Ext. 7526; Fax: 306-465-3330
    Website: www.fnuniv.ca/

    Profile forms are available from the Department. Applications to Indigenous Education are accepted to begin classes in the Fall term (semester) only, except for the BEd Elementary and Secondary After Degree programs, which usually begin in the Winter term (semester). Admission will be revoked if students fail to accept the offered place by the deadline date specified in their letter of acceptance, or if they are not registered in courses as of the last date to add courses in the Fall/Winter term (semester).

    Applicants are interviewed by the department; deadlines for receipt of applications for interviews are as follows:

    BEd Elementary (Indigenous Education)
      April interviews March 31st
    July interviews June 30th
    BEd Elementary and Secondary (Indigenous Education) - After Degree
      October interviews September 30th
    BEd Secondary (Indigenous Education) - both programs (4-year and After Degree)
      April interviews March 31st
    July Interviews June 30th


  4. Northern Teacher Education Program (NORTEP)

    For information about this program, contact:

    NORTEP
    Box 5000
    La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0
    Tel: 306-425-4411; Fax: 306-425-3580
    Website: http://nortep-norpac.webs.com/

  5. Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP)

    For information about this program, contact:

    NTEP
    Nunavut Arctic College
    Box 600
    Iqaluit, NU  X0A 0H0
    Tel: 867-979-7200; Fax: 867-979-7102
    Website: www.arcticcollege.ca

  6. Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP)

    Application deadline for admission to the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP) is May 1st to begin classes in the Fall term (semester). To apply to SUNTEP, prospective students must submit a completed application form (available from the SUNTEP Office, Room CW-227), three letters of reference, as described in the application form, and a handwritten statement declaring the applicant’s reasons for applying and outlining the abilities that make the candidate suitable for a professional teacher education program. A screening committee will interview successful applicants. Admission will be revoked if students fail to accept the offered places by the deadline, or if they are not registered in courses as of the last date to add courses in the Fall term (semester)

    For more information about this program, contact:

    Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies
    College West, Room 227, University of Regina
    Regina, SK S4S 0A2
    Tel: 306-347-4110; Fax: 306-347-4119

  7. Yukon Native Teacher Education Program (YNTEP)

    For information about this program, contact:

    YNTEP
    Box 2799
    Whitehorse, YK  Y1A 5K4
    Tel: 867-668-8800; Fax: 867-668-8828
    Website: www.yukoncollege.yk.ca


  8. Bachelor of Adult Education and Training

    NOTE: Admission to the Bachelor of Adult Education and Training Program was suspended effective February 5, 2011. The deadline for program completion for students currently enrolled in this program is April 30, 2016.

  9. Language proficiency

    A candidate for admission to the Faculty of Education may be required to demonstrate ability to communicate effectively in French (Baccalauréat programs) or English (all other programs).