Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

How to Apply - Concurrent Education 

Before applying, please review the admission requirements and other information about our Concurrent Education program

International applicants, applicants whose native language is not English, and students interested in special admissions to graduate courses, please see the sections at the bottom of this page. 

Applicants apply through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC), Teacher Education Application Services (TEAS).  Application to the Concurrent Education program is made at the same time as application to Bachelor of Arts, Fine Art, Music or Science programs at Queen's University. Applications are coordinated by the Queen’s University Undergraduate Admission Office.

See how to apply to Aboriginal Teacher Education, Artist in Community Education or Outdoor and Experiential Education. Documents are submitted to Student Services Office in December prior to entering the final B.Ed. year.

Apply now at:
TEAS

Con-Ed students at opening day west campus final year
Con-Ed students at opening day main campus year 1

Personal Statement of Experience

Admission is very competitive and we use the Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) and your academic record to help make admission decisions. For Concurrent Education, completion of the PSE is optional-but recommended. While it is recommended that all applicants submit a PSE, applicants who have not submitted a PSE will be considered equally for admission. For applicants who fall within a critical range, we may consider your PSE, in support of your application to the program. 

Personal qualities and experiences are vitally important to the successful educator. The Faculty of Education encourages Concurrent Education applicants to focus their PSE on what would make you a good teacher. When choosing one extracurricular activity or one employment opportunity you have listed, describe the impact of this experience and the greatest learning outcome for you from the perspective of what would make you a good teacher. The readers of your PSE will be looking for you to explain what you have learned from your experience that will help you as a future educator.

For more information on the PSE, see: queensu.ca/admission/apply/pse.

If you have questions, please contact Student Services Office.