Transform lives - Think of three people in your life who have had the most influence on you personally. Who were your heroes and role models? Who inspired you to think outside the box and challenge new ideas? Who motivated you to look out into the world for a deeper meaning? Chances are, at least one was a teacher.
Admission requirements - Here, in the Faculty of Education at UVic, we believe that teaching is one of the most important professions in the world. Our teacher education programs will help you guide, inspire and lead the students you will teach. Admission to undergraduate teacher education programs requires at least one year of university-level course work. Admission to our post-degree professional programs requires an undergraduate degree. Learn more about admission.
Certification - Our graduates qualify for certification as elementary, middle or secondary teachers in British Columbia. Once certified graduates will be able to teach in any Canadian province or territory.
Apply - Make an impact on the future, today. Apply to one of our programs in elementary, middle-years or secondary education. "To teach is to touch lives forever."
Our elementary teacher education programs will give you the knowledge and skills you need to be a general classroom teacher for students in kindergarten to grade 7. Courses have been designed to be engaging, relevant and practical and to give you a comprehensive introduction to all the subjects you will be required to teach.
- BEd Elementary Curriculum
- BEd Post Degree Professional Program - Elementary
- BEd East Kootenay Program Elementary Curriculum
Our new middle years teacher education program will give you the knowledge and skills you need to teach early adolescents. Courses have been designed to be engaging, relevant and practical and to give you a comprehensive introduction to all the subjects you will be required to teach.
Our secondary teacher education programs prepare you to teach one or two of the following subjects to students in grades 8 - 12: art, biology, chemistry, computer science, English, information and communication technologies, modern languages, mathematics, music, physical education, physics, social studies and theatre.