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Evaluation Process

The process of evaluating your application is twofold.

An application is first processed in the Office of the Registrar and Student Services, Admissions Unit. An initial check and then a preliminary review is undertaken. The Office of the Registrar and Student Services is responsible for the data management of your application both on the online application system, as well as the student record system.

We also complete an academic assessment of your postsecondary credentials. In keeping with established guidelines of the University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies, our evaluation includes verifying the accreditation of an academic institution, considering appropriate University of Toronto degree equivalency, and calculating academic standing. The determination of whether your application is standard or non-standard admission is made at this step of the evaluation process.

Your application is typically reviewed by a Department Admissions Committee comprised primarily of OISE faculty. All aspects of your application are thoroughly considered, including the Office of the Registrar and Student Services academic assessment, your résumé, statement of intent, and letters of reference. The specific methods of each committee vary; some formally rank applications while others arrive at a general consensus per individual file.

The Department Admissions Committee makes a recommendation on admission to the Office of the Registrar and Student Services. Recommendations are reviewed and correspondence to applicants is prepared. The time that the evaluation process requires can fluctuate for a number of reasons. We recognize the importance of notifying applicants of results as soon as possible.
 

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