Curriculum & Instruction: Innovations in Mathematics Education MEd - Fall 2020
1. Before Applying (Admission Requirements and Documents)
2. Apply Online
3. Online Submission of Supporting Documents (PDF uploads)
b) Academic Writing Sample in PDF format for Curriculum & Instruction Applicants
Recent example of academic writing (within five years). If applicants do not have a recent paper they are advised to write one on any topic that is of interest or relevance to them. Paper length should be 4-6 pages max. including references. The writing sample remains the property of Simon Fraser University.
The writing sample must illustrate an applicant’s ability to:
- express ideas in clear and appropriate language
- sustain an argument and develop a logical conclusion.
- Avoiding plagiarism, http://www.lib.sfu.ca/help/writing/plagiarism
4. Submit Official Transcripts and a Copy of IELTS/TOEFL Test Results
a) Official Transcripts
Either paper originals or certified copies. We do not accept official electronic transcripts.
Please only submit one transcript from each post secondary institution you attended. (Exception: You do not need to submit SFU transcripts.)
You can arrange to have the transcript sent directly to our office from the issuing institution, OR you may mail it directly to our office provided it is in its original sealed envelope.
If your original documents are not in English or French, please include a certified translation into English or French and a certified copy of the documents.
IMPORTANT: Applicants from universities that do not issue transcripts are required to submit official documents showing contents of degree program completed and the standards or grades obtained.
b) English Language Competence Test Results (IELTS/TOEFL)
Required for applicants whose primary language is not English or whose previous education has been conducted in another language. Arrange for electronic English language test scores to be sent to Simon Fraser University directly from the testing agency. TOEFL code for SFU – 0999, and department code – EDUC 85.
One copy of your test results is to be submitted to the Graduate Programs, Faculty of Education, Surrey office.
MEd Program Assistant
Faculty of Education
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If you are dropping off your official transcripts and IELTS/TOEFL test scores in person:
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