Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

How to Apply - Aboriginal Teacher Education Community-Based

For information on this program, please visit the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (Community-Based).

Applicants to the Primary-Junior Aboriginal Teacher Education Community-Based program submit official transcripts from each institution attended, a Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) and the Supplemental Documents listed below.

Apply now at:
TEAS

ATEP Community Based students in Manitoulin Island

Supplemental Documents for Aboriginal Teacher Education

  Supplemental Document Method of Submission

The online Aboriginal Teacher Education Applicant Information Form (the information collected is kept confidential and is used to maintain data on Aboriginal admissions).

TEAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)

A résumé providing a clear and concise overview of both (a) your academic background, and (b) work experience.

TEAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)

If you have questions or for contact information, please see Student Services Office.

 

 

 

Application Fees

To reduce a potential barrier for applicants to the ATEP Community-Based program, the Faculty of Education will be paying the base OUAC/TEAS application fee (maximum $156) and waiving the Queen’s supplemental fee (maximum $80) on behalf of the applicant.  

*Applicants are encouraged to apply to any Teacher Education program. However, if an applicant to the Q14 ATEP Community-Based (P/J) program is applying to other programs/choices through OUAC/TEAS, the commitment of Queen’s Faculty of Education to subsidize the application fees will only extend to the Q14 program. If an applicant applies to more than the Q14 program, it is the responsibility of the applicant to pay all OUAC/TEAS upfront. Queen’s will reimburse applicants for the Q14 portion of application fees. Questions should be addressed to educstudentservices@queensu.ca.

Steps to Apply

  1. Create an account through Teacher Education Application Service (TEAS) and select the Q14 Program Code for Aboriginal Teacher Ed Community-Based (P/J).
  2. Send an email to educstudentservices@queensu.ca with your name, email address and OUAC number.
  3. Wait for further instruction from the Student Services Office. 

If you have questions about the ATEP Community-based program offerings and/or the application process, please contact Student Services, the MNS Community-based program site, or the ATEP Office:

Aboriginal Teacher Education Program Office
atep@queensu.ca
1-800-862-6701

Manitoulin-North Shore ATEP
M'Chigeeng, Ontario
Natasha Abotossaway
NatashaAbotossaway@ktei.net  
1-888-536-5439