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Satisfy Your Conditions of Admission

It is your responsibility to clear all conditions as soon as possible. Documents to satisfy a condition must be received in the Registrar's Office & Student Experience no later than August 31

The Registrar's Office and Student Experience reviews newly provided documents intended to clear a condition of admission beginning in May (not before), and throughout June, July, and August. During this time, we will review documents as expediently as possible. 

If there is a concern about a document not fully clearing a condition, you will be contacted. When every condition of admission has been cleared, an 鈥淎ll Conditions Satisfied鈥 e-mail will be sent to you.

All conditions must be satisfied before final registration is permitted. However, students are allowed to enrol in courses and register (pay tuition fees) when conditions of admission have not yet been fulfilled. Students will not be penalized due to our review and processing timeframe, and we appreciate your patience. 

Ultimately, if you do not fulfill all conditions, course enrolment and registration will be cancelled, and you will not be permitted to continue in your program. Possible future admission is not guaranteed and requires re-application (including payment and submission of supporting documents). 

Have you been admitted to the Master of Teaching program?

Because of the structure of the Master of Teaching program, August 31 is a very firm deadline. New students must satisfy all conditions of admission by August 31, 2024, or their offer of admission will be permanently withdrawn. 

Common Conditions of Admission

Transcript Submissions

Most conditions require you to submit an official transcript, which must be provided in one of the following formats.

Do not upload an official transcript directly to your online admissions application record. A transcript uploaded to your online record cannot be considered official for our purposes and will not satisfy a condition of admission. 

Please note: Once documents are submitted, they become the property of the University of Toronto and cannot be returned or transferred. 

Option 1

A secure electronic record sent by the issuing institution either directly from their institutional website or through an authorized/licensed third-party provider (such as  or ).

E-transcripts from institutions can be considered official only if we can verify the originating link is secure and authentic.

Submit official electronic transcripts to: 

oise.admtranscript@utoronto.ca

Instructions for common authorized/licensed third-party providers:

: Use the 鈥淕enerate a link to my documents鈥 option within your MyCreds credential wallet and type oise.admtranscript@utoronto.ca in the Recipient Email field on the Document Sharing form.

: Use the "Or Send to Yourself, Another Individual, or Third Party" option underneath the search bar on the 鈥淲here would you like your document(s) sent?鈥 page and type oise.admtranscript@utoronto.ca in the email section.

Option 2

A paper record received by the Registrar's Office & Student Experience in a sealed envelope signed/stamped by the issuing institution.

Transcripts can also be sent by the applicant, as long as we receive them in the issuing institution鈥檚 sealed envelope.

Submit paper official transcripts to:

Registrar's Office & Student Experience, 麻豆传媒集团
麻豆传媒集团
252 Bloor Street West, Room 8-225
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1V6

Transcripts from International Institutions

A certified official English translation of all international documentation written in a language other than English or French must be submitted. A translation must include a copy of the document on which the translation is based.  

To be official, an English translation must be provided one of two ways:

  1. A secure electronic record sent by an accredited translation service directly to oise.admtranscript@utoronto.ca.
     
  2. A paper record received by the Registrar's Office & Student Experience in a sealed envelope, signed/stamped by an accredited translation service:

    鈥婻egistrar's Office & Student Experience, 麻豆传媒集团
    麻豆传媒集团
    252 Bloor Street West, Room 8-225
    Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1V6

 


 

World Education Services (WES)

Occasionally, international applicants experience difficulty obtaining official transcripts. If an easier pathway is , we will accept an academic record from them provided it:

  • Is the  and includes a copy of the academic record received directly from the educational institution and verified by WES.
  • Includes a certified official English language translation completed by an accredited translation service (not WES), if written in a language other than English or French.

WES is the only evaluation service from which we accept official records. To be official, an academic record from WES must be provided one of two ways:

Electronic: 鈥痀ou鈥痗an add OISE as a recipient at the time WES assesses your documents or if WES has already assessed your documents, you can order an additional report and add OISE as a recipient. To add OISE as a recipient, you must:

  1. Search for the University of Toronto. 
  2. Click on the University of Toronto and choose 鈥淥ISE, Office of the Registrar and Student Services鈥 from the School/Division drop-down menu.

Paper: To be considered official, a paper copy鈥痮f the ICAP must be received directly by the Registrar's Office & Student Experience in a sealed envelope, signed/stamped by WES.

Transcripts from the University of Toronto

You are not required to submit official transcripts of studies undertaken from Fall 1998 to the present at the University of Toronto. For sessions prior to Fall 1998, an official transcript must be submitted to the Registrar's Office & Student Experience.

There are exceptions where an official transcript is required from the University of Toronto and must be ordered and submitted by you : 

  •  (only if completed in the 2017 Winter session or later)
  • School of Continuing Studies
  • Toronto School of Theology

Most transcripts are produced by the .