Curriculum & Instruction: Numeracy MEd (Grande Prairie, AB) - Fall 2018
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
If you receive an offer of admission, you will be required to submit an official transcript for each post-secondary institution. If you have a degree in progress, your offer of admission letter will confirm if that degree must be awarded before you begin your studies at SFU. If the degree must be completed, do not send your official transcript from that institution until your degree is awarded and appearing on your transcript.
Either paper originals or certified copies. In some cases, we can accept official electronic transcripts.
We can receive transcripts electronically via a secure delivery service, such as Parchment, directly from official institutional email addresses (your institution of study must have such a service in place for this to be possible). SFU's email address for receipt of electronic transcripts is firstname.lastname@example.org (Note: You do not need to submit SFU transcripts.)
You can arrange to have the transcriptmailed directly to SFU from the issuing institution, OR you may mail it directly to SFU 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.
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
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Required for applicants whose primary language is not English or whose previous education has been conducted in another language. International applicants will not be required to complete an English-language test if they have completed a degree at an institution where the language of instruction and examination was in English in a country where English is the primary language.
IELTS and TOEFL test scores can be submitted electronically directly from the test centre. TOEFL code for SFU – 0999.
Results for Cambridge or CAEL testing should be sent directly from the testing centre in a sealed envelope for processing to Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Results for Pearson PTE testing can be scanned with your name and test number clearly visible to our tickets along with your name and GA or student number. Allow a minimum of 1 week for verification of your results.
Please email email@example.com or call us at 778.782.8120 if you have any questions, we will be happy to assist you.
RETENTION OF DOCUMENTS
The documents which students supply to support admission applications will be retained for three terms following the term to which application is made. Then, application forms, transcripts and other materials related to applications will be destroyed. Irreplaceable documents will be returned to the applicant if requested at the time of application.
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Information about financial support is available from the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office.
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