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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


  • OISE at AERAThe American Educational Research Association (AERA) provides a forum for OISE faculty and students to participate in an international community of education researchers dedicated to advancing scholarly inquiry and applying education research in an impactful way. More
  • OISE at AERALance McCready asks: "How are we positioning ourselves as curriculum studies scholars in relation to the activist work of Black queer youth?" More
  • OISE at AERAClare Kosnik, Yiola Cleovoulou, and Richard Messina describe the unique affordances of co-locating a teacher education program with an elementary school and research centre. More
  • OISE at AERAEve Tuck challenges the field of educational research to effectively address the aspects of North American settler society which drive precarity. More
  • OISE at AERA Five of the President's Impact Award winners pose with Vivek Goel (far left) and Meric Gertler (far right): Zubin Austin, Zindel Segal, Lisa Austin, Kathleen Gallagher, and Paul Santerre
    (photo by Jennifer Robinson) More

The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) is Canada's largest and most research-intensive faculty of education. Our faculty members are committed to partnering with schools, communities, the non-profit sector, and governments to develop and understand education and human development across the lifespan.



Our open, supportive community attracts world-class scholars to explore new perspectives and ideas that drive innovation in education.                                               h


The Canada Research Chairs program is the cornerstone of Canada’s innovation strategy. Chairholders advance their fields, not only by achieving excellence in their own research, but also by coordinating the efforts of other researchers within their area of expertise.


OISE faculty share and expand our expertise by partnering locally and internationally on research initiatives, student and faculty exchanges, and curriculum development.


OISE's research centres engage students and faculty across departamental boundaries. The centres host a variety of talks and events annually and provide the opportunity for unique research collaborations.