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Welcome to the ISA Office!

Like many of you, we are carefully monitoring the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its impact on students and university programs. Please visit https://www.mcgill.ca/coronavirus/ for up to date information. Understandably, some of you have questions about the impact of this evolving situation. McGill University has been providing regular updates to the community, please read these carefully to stay as current as possible as the situation unfolds. As new information becomes available, it will be communicated to you through university channels.

Currently the ISA Office is still closed and for the time being we are still responding to all email inquiries.

  • Student Affairs: isa.education [at] mcgill.ca
  • Student Teaching: placements.education [at] mcgill.ca
  • Career Services: career.education [at] mcgill.ca
  • For questions related to your study plan and the program preview/program profile, please contact your Academic Advisor.

We strongly encourage people to continue practicing proper health precautions, including washing their hands often and covering their mouth and nose with their arm when coughing or sneezing.   Should you develop a fever, cough or begin to have difficulty breathing, you should: 

  • isolate yourself from others as quickly as possible 
  • immediately call 1-877-644-4545 
  • describe your symptoms and travel history 
  • follow their instructions carefully 

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COVID-19 Internships and Student Affairs FAQ 

Teacher Certification & IPSS Summer 2020

How can I apply for the IPSS  FE4/IN2 students Fall 2020?
The Quebec Ministry of Education has opened the application for the IPSS scholarship. Please visit the following page, Intern Perseverance and Success Scholarship, for more information.  

I am graduating this Summer and would like to apply for Teacher Certification. How can I do it now that McGill University is closed?

Students who have not yet submitted their applications  for Teaching Certification in person can exceptionally submit their applications by email. The deadline to apply is September 30th. Please follow the instructions and see the “Application Guide Video” as well as the “Sample Applications” on the ISA Website. Please scan and attach the Teaching License Form and the Judicial Record as one pdf document and email them to brevet.education [at] mcgill.ca

EETC Fall 2020
 

The exact dates are not confirmed yet. They will be posted online on the EETC webiste the second week of October. Registration for the actual exam on ceetc.ca  & for EDEC 215 on Minerva will remain closed until the exam dates have been confirmed.

 

EETC Spring 2020

I am a U2 B.Ed. student who have not passed the EETC exam yet and I am scheduled to go out on FE3 in Fall 2020. Will I be able to go out on FE3 without passing the EETC exam?

Yes, U2 students will be exceptionally allowed to go out on FE3 in the 2020-21 academic year without having passed the EETC exam. However, passing the EETC exam is required to go out on FE4. This means that you must pass the EETC before your FE4.

Student Teaching & Spring 2020 Contingency Plan FAQs can be found here.

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The Internships & Student Affairs (ISA) Office in the Faculty of Education is responsible for the planning and implementation of the practical teaching component of undergraduate (B.Ed.) and graduate (MATL) Teacher Education programs, general and career advising, and undergraduate student affairs and records. At McGill, ISA works closely with students, departments, and other faculties, as well as externally in close partnership with schools, boards, and the larger community. 

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