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Additional Qualifications Online Application System

You may use this system to:

  • Apply for Additional Qualifications courses
    (Note that a valid email address and credit card are required)
  • Check the registration status of your application
  • Update your current contact information
ABOUT OISE

Events

  • Thursday, September 8 -
    OISE WELCOME
    Students from all programs
    Please join the Dean, Vice Deans and other key supports (Library, Education Commons, Student Services & Alumni) as well as your GSA president and student speakers for a brief outline of what to expect your first year (and beyond) and OISE.
    Location: OISE Auditorium 252 Bloor StW

  • Thursday, September 8 -
    OISE Resource Orientation Fair
    Open to all programs
    Drop in and meet with groups and departments across U of T & OISE who offer support for everything from family care to health and wellness.
    Location: 5th Floor OISE bldng 252 Bloor StW

  • Thursday, September 8 - 6:00 - 8:00 PM
    LHAE New Student Orientation - Welcome New Students
    Come and welcome the new cohort of LHAE graduate students to OISE!
    Location: OISE Building, 5th floor

  • Friday, September 23 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Book Launch - How Canadian Universities Contributed to China's Transformation: An Untold Story
    Edited by Ruth Hayhoe, Julia Pan, and Qiang Zha
    In Canadian Universities in China's Transformation, leading scholars from Canadian and Chinese universities elaborate on the historical experience of collaboration in areas as different as environmental sciences, marine science, engineering, management, law, agriculture, medicine, education, minority cultures, and women's studies. Contributors use theoretical frames to facilitate a striking dialogue between Canadian and Chinese perspectives as common questions are addressed. They provide key insights into factors that ensured the long-term success of some partnerships, as well as barriers that hindered others, and vivid lessons for current collaboration.
    Presenting the story of universities working together shortly after the devastating Cultural Revolution, Canadian Universities in China's Transformation is a unique account of partnerships in knowledge production and application and their resulting impacts.
    Location: OISE/UT Library