Prospective Students - Thinking about a Master's or Doctoral degree?
Information for prospective students is available through a variety of avenues:
The main application deadline is Monday December 2, 2013. To be sure your application will be considered for a place in LHAE programs, as well as for financial support, submit your application plus required supporting documents by December 2. However, applications are still open/pending for entry into MEd, flex PhD and EdD degrees. For application closing dates visit OISE Registrar's Office website.
Thinking of pursuing a Masters or Doctoral degree? Come to our info sessions and learn about LHAE graduate programs!
In order to facilitate the application process, the LHAE runs information sessions in the Fall which provide a valuable opportunity for applicants to explore the department, interact with the faculty, hear about career prospects and learn more about the programs' research and objectives.
Educational Administration Program: Oct 2, 5pm
Higher Education Program: Oct 21, 5pm
The mission of the School of Graduate Studies is to promote University-wide excellence in graduate education and research and to ensure consistency and high standards across the divisions.
SGS resources include: registration, fees, transcripts, students forms, english language and writing support, appeals, academic offences, graduation, policies and guidelines, campus life.
The mandate of Student Services is to assist and enhance the development of students as they engage in academic and professional learning at OISE.
OISE Student Services resources include: student fees, bursaries and awards, OSAP, student unions, academic and cultural support, academic writing, accessibility and disability services, counselling services, human rights and equity, student unions, financial stress, deferral of fees, conference funding, TTC discounts and more...
The OISE Bulletin is a reference tool for both applicants and students.
The OISE Bulletin resources include: degree requirements, graduate program summaries, collaborative degree summaries, course information, transfer credit, off campus-distance education, definition of full-time/part-time, leave of absence, grade reports, registration, fees, financial support.
The registrar's office is an important resource for prospective applicants. Not only will you learn how to apply, but you will also learn about financial aid and awards, important dates and deadlines and course schedules.
Please consult the Registrar's office for all applicant related information regarding admission requirements, submitting applications, application status, evaluation process, notification of result and any other questions.
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