Applications for 2018-2019 close on November 15, 2017
Opening date for APHD 2018-2019 applications: September 25, 2017
Deadline for 2018-2019 applications: Wednesday, November 15, 2017**
Program Start Date: September (no January start)
Next available program start date: September 2018
Applicants can expect to hear back by early March.
**Only applications received by this deadline will be considered. No advantage is given to early applications
Tuition information can be found via the University of Toronto's Office of the Provost.
Information about registering and paying fees can be found on the Office of the Registrar and Student Services website.
Two supporting letters of reference are required:
At the bottom of your CV, please list experiences working with children using the MA CSE Experience Summary Form.
Describe your background and learning/research interests related to the program. Highlight your assets and strengths. Provide examples for interest and a deeper understanding of who you are and what you would bring to the program. (1000-1500 words, 2-3 pages).
Please nominate three supervisors of interest in your statement of intent. You can cite any faculty member in our department - Applied Psychology and Human Development (APHD). Should you be shortlisted for admission into the program, our MA CSE Program Chair will be in touch to identify your supervisor. The following links will help you familiarize yourself with faculty research interests.
Please indicate your field of study preference when you complete the online application. It is possible to apply to both PBI and RIT, ranking preference. Note that RIT applicants generally have some research experience and some knowledge of research methods.
If you apply for RIT, please complete the RIT Application Form. If you are selected for interview you will be asked to provide the completed form to the Admissions Committee.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information that will be helpful. The Office of the Registrar and Student Services website has information that will be of assistance as well.