Students can find important university dates here:
Students should refer to the Program Overview and the Program Checklist corresponding to their year of admissions.
Students Admitted in Summer 2022
Registration Plans 2022-2023:
Capstone Guidelines 2022
Orientation 2022: PowerPoint Presentation
Students Admitted in Summer 2021
Capstone Guidelines 2021
Students Admitted in Summer 2020
Students Admitted in Summer 2019
Students Admitted in Summer 2018
Students Admitted in Summer 2017
Students Admitted in Summer 2016
Frequently Asked Questions
Newly Admitted Students- Required Documents
Proof of Citizenship: Incoming students must submit to Service Point all documents to confirm their citizenship. Failure to do this will result in your account being charged international student fees by default: https://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/
Official Transcripts and Proof of Graduation: Incoming students are required to submit to Enrollment Services official transcripts. Students must ensure that their transcripts read that the degree has been completed (this is considered proof of graduation). If the transcript does not state that the degree has been conferred, students must submit a diploma. A degree completed within Quebec should send internally/electronically. If the degree has been completed outside of Quebec, students can send their sealed envelope to Enrollment Services (address listed in the offer letter). If the said university does not provide an English transcript, a translated and notarized transcript should be provided to the university.
Academic Tutorial: All incoming students must complete the Academic Tutorial (Minerva- Student Tab-Academic Tutorial). Failure to complete this will result in a hold put on the students’ account.
Tuition, Student Accounts, Loans and Bursaries
You can get more information on loans and bursaries at Scholarships and Student Aid (Program Code 10000 and department Code 18000).
Full-Time Vs Part-Time Status
To be considered Full-time, students must be registered for 12 credits.
How to look up class schedules and find CRNs for courses:
- STUDENT> Registration Menu> Search Class Schedule
- Select term from the dropdown (i.e. Fall 2015)
- In the SUBJECT area choose the 4 letters in the course name (i.e. EDTL). Scroll to the bottom and click ‘Get Course Sections’.
- You can now look for your course number and you can see the CRN# for each section offered.
How to add/drop a course:
- Under the Student menu, choose “registration” and then the “Quick Add” menu
- Enter all your CRNs on the same worksheet, and click “submit"
Tips for Selecting Elective Courses (For students admitted prior to 2017)
Electives must be either Education or Concentration related. Students must send the course number, title and description to matl.education [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Elective%20Approval) for departmental approval (NB- TESL and Science and Technology students do not have elective credits to complete. Students in the Mathematics concentration must complete 3 elective credits. Students who were conditionally accepted with the requirement to complete additional courses may use these courses as electives provided that they are at a graduate level 500, 600 or 700 level. Please refer to your offer letter for your conditions).
1. Students may look within McGill for electives (Graduate courses are 500 level or higher)
- Minerva> STUDENT> Registration Menu> Step 2: Search Class Schedule (Select your Term from the dropdown menu (e.g. Winter 2016))
- In the SUBJECT area choose the four letters in the course name (e.g. EDEC, EDPI, EDPE, EDEM, EDER, etc). Scroll down to the bottom and click ‘Get Course Sections’.
Alternately you can search by FACULTY for a complete list:
For 500 level courses:
- Search Faculty of Education for Education courses.
- For subject area courses choose the appropriate faculty i.e. Faculty of Arts for ENGL courses.
*For all 600 level courses and higher you must search under Graduate Studies
2. Students may look at other inter-Quebec universities via CREPUQ.
Once departmental approval has been obtained, students can create a request in CREPUQ to take a course at the host institute (I.e. Concordia). Please note that it is always best to submit your request 3 months ahead of time to allow for processing.
3. Students may look at Graduate Exchange Agreement (Inter Canada)
UBC and U of Toronto have an agreement with McGill where students may also take their courses (similar to CREPUQ). You may be charged additional fees as this is out of province. Students interested in this option should email matl.education [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Graduate%20Exchange%20Agreement%20Request) to obtain the appropriate form to complete. Please note that it is always best to submit your request 3 months ahead of time to allow for processing.
Students admitted with Additional Coursework to complete must successfully complete these in order to complete program requirements and graduate. Students can view this in their offer letter under Additional Admission Remarks. These courses can be taken at the undergrad level. Students must follow Graduate and Postgraduate Studies policy and obtain a grade B- or higher. These courses will be counted towards the student's CGPA in the program and the student will have to pay additional fees (above the 60 credits in the MATL). Students must send the course number, title and description for approval to matl.education [at] mcgill.ca. It is the student’s responsibility to find courses to satisfy their Additional Coursework requirements and to complete them during the program.
Students can view their unofficial transcript in Minerva: STUDENT> Student Records Menu> View Your Unofficial Transcript
Both internships take place full time in a secondary school. Students who are employed as teachers with a contract in their MATL subject option can complete the internship in their own classroom (pending approval from ISA), provided the employment is in a secondary school in the youth sector. Only Internship 2 can be completed in an Adult Education centre, even for students who are using a contract to fulfill their Internship hours. Other students will be placed with a Cooperating Teacher. During the internships, there will be support of weekly evening seminars. The students will be assessed and mentored by Field Supervisors and Cooperating Teachers or Host School Administrators.
Winter Semester - Monday to Friday
Students will gradually assume 80% of teaching responsibility.
Fall Semester - Monday to Friday
Students will gradually assume 80 to 100 % of teaching responsibility
For more information, see the Office of Internships & Student Affairs.
Graduation and Convocation
You can visit the Convocation website for more information on the ceremony.
Application for the Brevet
Once students have flagged themselves for graduation, an email will be sent with the appropriate documents to complete. These should be returned to room 244 by the set deadline. Students with holds on their accounts will not be recommended the MEESR.
Issues of Equity and Diversity for DISE
You can view a map of the campus here.
matl.education [at] mcgill.ca (subject: MATL%20Information) (Andrea Nguyen) – MATL Program Coordinator (On Leave)
514-398-4527 Ext. 094476
mindy.carter [at] mcgill.ca (subject: MATL%20information) (Dr. Mindy Carter) – Director of Teacher Education Programs
sheryl.smithgilman [at] mcgill.ca (subject: MATL%20Information) (Dr. Sheryl Smith-Gilman)- Assistant Director of Teacher Education Programs
Program information is organized for two distinct groups:
Prospective Students Currently Registered