A top-ranked Faculty with leading-edge programs
Whether you want to become a teacher and share your passion for knowledge, expand your professional horizons, or dive into groundbreaking research, the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Education has a program for you. We are ranked among the top 100 faculties of education worldwide and our students benefit from the many opportunities of studying at the world's largest bilingual university. Our highly sought-after graduates go on to a wide range of careers in administration, academia, education, health, public service, research and beyond.
Become a Teacher
Join one of the most dynamic and innovative Teacher Education programs in Canada and learn from educational leaders who have robust research relationships and professional partnerships with local, national and international communities. With social justice as a core value, we train educators who will pursue equity, diversity, inclusion and decolonization in their future working environments and who are prepared for the career challenges of teaching in the 21st century.
Become an Expert
Pursue your graduate studies in education at one of Canada’s top 50 research universities. Future educators, researchers or professionals can earn additional qualifications, a graduate diploma or an M.A., M.Ed., or Ph.D. degree working with our internationally distinguished professors in fields such as counselling psychology, health professions education, Indigenous studies, leadership, evaluation, curriculum or policy studies, educational technology, or second language education.
World Leaders in Educational Research
The Faculty of Education unites a dynamic, diverse and interdisciplinary community of researchers working at the forefront of educational technology, policy, practice and innovation. As leaders in their fields, our professors are engaged in world-class research aimed at making a difference.
Faculty Members in the Media
Radio-Canada | September 24, 2021
Marie-Hélène Brunet argues that the way Franco-Ontarian history is taught does not focus enough on agentivity, on the individuals who participated in history. This causes some students to feel "that it is not necessarily within their reach to have an impact on history".
The Conversation | September 22, 2021
Nicholas Ng-A-Fook and Lisa Howell argue that "reconciliation in education begins by acknowledging how educational systems — in particular, our universities, teacher education programs and curricula — have reproduced systemic anti-Indigenous racisms across Canada."
Unique FM | 20 septembre 2021
Éric Dionne talks about the transition from high school to university, and about how this newfound freedom can be challenging.
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