Applicants apply through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC). Application to the Concurrent Education program is made at the same time as application to Bachelor of Arts, Music, or Science (including Kinesiology) programs at Queen's University. Applications are coordinated by the Queen’s University Undergraduate Admission Office.
Step 1: Decide what program you would like to apply to in addition to the Bachelor of Education program. You can choose Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Music, of Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.
Step 2: Decide where you would like to spend your first year - at the Queen's Campus in Kingston, Ontario or at Bader College, a castle in England. Note: Queen’s University has also decided temporarily to suspend recruitment of students for the 2024-25 academic year.
Step 3: Apply online at the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) website
|Programs||Kingston Campus||Bader College|
|Bachelor of Arts, Honours (BAH/BEd)||QB||Suspended for 2024/25|
|Bachelor of Arts - French (BAH/BEd)||QBF|
|Bachelor of Science, Honours (BScH/BEd)||QF||Suspended for 2024/25|
|Bachelor of Music||QMM|
|Bachelor of Science, Honours, in Kinesiology (BScH/BEd)||QKF|
Information for Applicants interested in French
Students admitted to the ConEd French Program will be admitted directly to a French major (instead of declaring the major in the second year as happens with most Arts and Science programs). At the end of the first year, students will select either Primary-Junior (K - Grade 6) or Intermediate-Senior (Grade 7 - 12) teaching divisions. Students who select Primary-Junior will be placed in the Primary-Junior French as a Second Language program track in their final year. Students who select Intermediate-Senior must have French as a Second Language a their first teaching subject.
If you have questions, please contact Student Services Office.