Ontario Teacher Certification
Why you should choose Niagara University in Ontario
Located in Ontario and offered at sites in the Greater Toronto Area, Niagara University in Ontario offers a bachelor's degree in teacher education with programs in primary-junior and intermediate-senior teacher preparation. With ministerial consent and accreditation by the Ontario College of Teachers, the university has brought outstanding teacher training, education and opportunities to convenient locations near you for more than 30 years. Now you can enjoy all the advantages of his highly successful program close to home!
Cohort-based programs enhance your learning experience
The cohort approach takes a diverse group of students and creates a community of teacher learners. You'll attend courses and field experiences with a specific group, earning your degrees together in a professional learning community. Extraordinarily noncompetitive, cohort-based learning ensures that the learning of each individual will assist the learning of all others in the group.
This model is based on the principles of constructivism and reflective practice, which foster cooperative learning and are consistent with research findings on successful professional growth practices. In addition, the programs include a focus on literacy and special needs of all learners while embedding practicum experiences across all terms of study. Candidates and professors alike benefit from this positive and dynamic experience.
Applications are currently being accepted for our fall 2017 Ontario Teacher Education Program.
We strive to make the application process for prospective students as smooth as possible. An applicant can expect to be evaluated on both personal and academic qualities. Please complete the online application and submit your materials at your earliest convenience to ensure timely review of your application.
Applications are processed on a rolling basis and applicants are usually informed of the admissions decision within a few weeks of the time the completed application is received. Applications will be evaluated on a first-come, first-served basis. Once the program is full, subsequent applicants will be placed on a wait list if accepted and notified if a position becomes available.
Admissions counselors are available to answer questions and offer assistance to prospective students. Consistent with our mission, Niagara University welcomes all students regardless of race, gender, age, national origin, religious preference, sexual orientation, status as a veteran, or disability.