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Indigenous education

Listen to an alumni speak about the Indigenous Language Revitalization Program at UVic.

Indigenous Education at UVic is committed to making our environment more welcoming to Indigenous people, to meet the language revitalization needs of Indigenous communities and to educate both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students in Indigenous ways of knowing and being.

While we have many different degree programs, the faculty is currently focused increasing the number of educators with Indigenous (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) ancestry. If you identify yourself as First Nations, Métis or Inuit, you may be eligible for a reserved seat in our teacher education programs.

Currently, Indigenous Education offers both udergraduate and graduate certificate and degree programs in Indigenous Language Revitalization and Indigenous Education courses in Teacher Education in the Faculty of Education.

Indigenous student handbookDownload UVic's Indigenous Student Handbook

Indigenous Education News

Indigenous Education publishes a newsletter semiannually.  Read the download the latest issue and previous issues here:

IED Newsletter Vol 4 No 1 Summer 2013

IED Newsletter Vol 3 No 1 2012 Winter

North Island Language Conference "Alumas Wałdamala" March 14th and 15th Port Hardy BC

North Island Language Conference Registration Package

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