Returning to the Bachelor of Education Program

The Bachelor of Education program must be completed within four years of the date of original admission. If you have been absent from the program and wish to return, please read the procedures below.

Need advising?

Contact a program coordinator in the Teacher Education Office.

Who:

You have completed your extended practicum and your faculty advisor has recommended that you be granted a supplemental practicum by TEO.

Action:

  1. Contact the practicum coordinator to determine your status.
  2. Obtain an application form from the practicum coordinator.
  3. Complete the application and deliver it to Enrolment Services along with the fee.
 
The practicum coordinator will schedule the supplemental practicum and inform you.

Who:

You voluntarily withdrew from the BEd during the program and/or practicum. The date of return must be within 12 months of the date of withdrawal.

Action:

  1. Contact the Teacher Education Office in writing to discuss reinstatement.
  2. Complete and submit the Reinstatement to the Bachelor of Education Program Application Form.
  3. Provide information about additional courses or other steps you have taken that will demonstrate your readiness to resume the program (if applicable).
  4. Arrange an interview with a program coordinator and/or practicum coordinator to discuss your request.
  5. If your request is approved, pay the registration deposit for the session in which you will begin again (Winter or Summer).

Who:

You are in this category if your initial withdrawal was more than 12 months prior to your anticipated date of return, but does not exceed 36 months.

Action:

  1. Read the Reinstatement and Readmission Guidelines.
  2. Submit a completed Readmission to the Bachelor of Education Program Application Form to the TEO.
  3. Include a written rationale with information about additional courses or other actions/experience that demonstrate your readiness to resume the program.
  4. Arrange an interview with a program coordinator and/or practicum coordinator to discuss your request.
  5. Readmission is not automatic. Each application will be considered on its merits. If your request is approved, pay the registration deposit for the session in which you will begin again (Winter or Summer).
  6. Because you have had an interruption to your program, if admitted, you will be required to provide authorization and payment for another criminal record check. All forms will be mailed to you with your readmission offer.

Who:

You are in this category if you were required by TEO to withdraw from or to discontinue the BEd program (including having received a standing of Fail for any practicum). Only individuals who began the BEd program not more than three years previous to the date of this application are eligible to apply.

Action:

  1. Read the Reinstatement and Readmission Guidelines.
  2. Submit a completed Readmission to the Bachelor of Education Program Application Form to the TEO.
  3. Include the application fee indicated on the application form.
  4. Include a written rationale with information about additional courses or other actions/experience that demonstrate your readiness to resume the program.
  5. Arrange an interview with a program coordinator and/or practicum coordinator to discuss your request.
  6. Re-admission is not automatic. Each application will be considered on its merits. If your request is approved, pay the registration deposit for the session in which you will begin again (Winter or Summer).