Graduate Studies in Education (MEd)
Admission Requirements for Graduate Studies in Education
Applicants looking to complete graduate studies in Education are required to hold a Bachelor of Education degree, or its equivalent, with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B).
In addition to this requirement, applicants to the Master of Education degree are also expected to have the equivalent of at least one year of teaching experience.
Application Process for Graduate Studies in Education
All applicants to graduate studies in Education must submit an application form, official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions previously attended, and a $100 application fee.
In addition to the above requirements, applicants to the Master of Education degree must submit the following:
- A resume and a letter of intent, in which you present your professional goals and how the MEd degree will help you achieve those goals – your letter of intent should be no longer than three pages;
- Two professional reference letters from individuals who can provide input on your strengths as an educator and explain why they support your decision to complete the Master of Education degree;
- A confirmation of employment letter for those currently employed in a school district, OR a criminal record check for those not currently employed in a school district.
Application documents may be submitted with the online application, emailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
Education Admissions Office
Moncton, NB E1C 9L7
Online applications are accepted throughout the year for Fall, Winter, and Spring start dates, though spaces are limited for Fall and Winter terms. To ensure availability, please apply before May 30 for a Fall start and by September 30 for Winter. Applications received after these dates will be reviewed based on spaces available.