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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

Newly admitted students

Respond to your offer of admission

 

Offer letter

Carefully review your offer letter, which provides important information about your studies:

  • when your program begins;
  • status (full-time, part-time);
  • home department (also known as graduate unit);
  • degree and program name;
  • faculty advisor (an OISE professor who can give you academic guidance and support); and
  • program requirements.
     

Further details about your program requirements can be found in the School of Graduate Studies Calendar by graduate unit: 

 

Confirmation Form: Accept or decline your offer of admission

Along with your offer letter, you received a Confirmation Form. Once you decide whether to accept or decline the offer, complete, sign, date and return the Confirmation Form to confirmation.oise@utoronto.ca.

It's important to respond promptly because an offer of admission may be cancelled if it's not responded to within three weeks. It’s also important to respond if you’re declining. Doing so may open a space for another applicant. If you decline you must formally re-apply if you want to be considered for future admission. 


  

Tuition fee deposit (for teacher education programs only)


If you’re accepting an offer of admission to the Master of Teaching program or the Master of Arts in Child Study and Education program, you must pay a $300.00 non-refundable tuition deposit by Friday June 1, 2018 to hold your admission space in the program.

The deposit can be paid any time after receiving an offer of admission. Submission of the deposit constitutes an acknowledgement that this fee is non-refundable. When studies in the program begin, the deposit will be credited toward applicable tuition fees.

Occasionally an offer of admission is presented very close to the June 1 deadline or later. If so, the tuition deposit should be paid within seven business days from the date on the offer of admission.   


To pay the non-refundable tuition deposit:
 

  1. Obtain a certified cheque, money order or bank draft in the amount of $300.00 made payable to "University of Toronto." No other forms of payment are permitted.
     
  2. Forward the certified cheque, money order or bank draft along with the full-page Tuition Deposit Form (a copy of the form is also acceptable) to: 

    University of Toronto
    Student Accounts Office
    215 Huron Street, 3rd Floor
    Toronto, ON  M5S 1A2
     


Important notes
 

  • The tuition deposit is non-refundable; there are no refunds, waivers, exemptions, or deferrals.   
     
  • The Tuition Deposit Form must accompany your payment to ensure it is correctly processed.
     
  • Do not submit payment or your Tuition Deposit Form to the Office of the Registrar and Student Services. Payment and form must be forwarded by you directly to the University of Toronto Student Accounts Office.
     
  • A tuition deposit received via Canada Post (or equivalent service) with a postmark of June 1, 2018 or earlier will meet the receipt deadline.
     
  • Submission of the Tuition Deposit Form and/or payment is not a substitute for accepting an offer of admission. To accept an offer of admission, you must complete, sign, date, and promptly return the Confirmation Form to confirmation.oise@utoronto.ca.

 

 

Changing your start date

Admission is only valid for the date stated on your offer of admission in the "Program Begins" section (e.g., September, 2018).

Applicants who are unable to attend the session for which they have been accepted must normally re-apply and compete with other applicants for admission to a later session. It is not possible to enrol in courses or register for an alternate start date unless special approval is granted by the Office of the Registrar and Student Services.


Deferral of admission

In exceptional circumstances, a program may approve a deferral of admission for a maximum of twelve months (e.g., from 2018 Fall to 2019 Fall).

To ask for a deferral of admission, you must:
 

  • not be registered in the program (i.e., no tuition fees paid); and
     
  • submit a written request, including a brief rationale, to the Office of the Registrar and Student Services at admissions.oise@utoronto.ca by September 14, 2018. Note: For the Master of Teaching program the deadline is July 31, 2018.
     

If your deferral of admission request is approved, be aware that any changes made to degree program requirements will be applicable when you begin your program. As well, an official transcript is required to document any new post-secondary study completed during the interim period.
 

Delay to Winter session

In exceptional circumstances, a program may approve a start date delay from Fall Session (September) to Winter Session (January).

To ask to delay your start date to the Winter Session, you must:
 

  • not be registered in the program (i.e., no tuition fees paid); and
     
  • submit a written request, including a brief rationale, to the Office of the Registrar and Student Services at admissions.oise@utoronto.ca by November 1, 2018.

 

Changing your registration status

Admission is only valid for the registration status stated on your offer of admission in the "Status" section. It will show either full-time or part-time.

To ask for a change in registration status, you must submit a written request (including which sessions are applicable) to the Office of the Registrar and Student Services at admissions.oise@utoronto.ca.