Admissions Advising


The Teacher Education Office offers advising for:

  • prospective students to the Bachelor of Education program,
  • prospective students for the Diplomas and Certificates in Education,
  • international students,
  • visiting and unclassified students,
  • teacher updaters,
  • and individuals interested in readmission or reinstatement to the Bachelor of Education program.

Please select a category for advising:

Our admissions team is available to answer your questions. For the fastest response time, email is often the best method. Most questions can be answered via email and we can provide URLs with even more information, however we would be happy to communicate with you in whatever way works best.

Thirty-minute advising appointments can be scheduled every Tuesday & Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. A member of our admissions team will go over your transcripts and discuss with you the requirements for your program option of choice and the different cohorts or teachable subjects available.

There are no drop-ins.

Book an advising appointment at or call 604 822 5242.

Prepare for your advising appointment:

Bring copies of your unofficial transcripts and completed self-assessment worksheet/s to your appointment.

Tips to get the most out of your advising appointment:

1. Find and read the information for your program of interest.
2. Complete the academic self-assessment worksheet for your teaching area(s).
3. Please bring your unofficial transcripts to your advising appointment.
4. Email questions before your appointment to or directly to the admissons officers.


Sign up for a webinar and ask your questions directly to the admissions team in the Q&A after the presentation.

Email your questions:

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For admissions questions regarding application forms, fees, and transcripts, please contact the Teacher Education Office.

If you are an international student or are interested in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme, please contact Dr. Keith McPherson.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme

Find program information on the IB cohort at the elementary level and the IB option at the secondary level here.

If you have questions about readmission or reinstatement into the BEd program, or if you are a visiting or unclassified student, please contact a program coordinator.