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Master of Education: Language & Literacies Education

Bring your ideas about language and literacy teaching and learning into focus.
Apply for a Master of Education (MEd) in the Language and Literacies Education Program.




Earn a Master of Education in Language and Literacies Education

The LLE Master of Education degree is designed for teachers, health workers, community-based educators, educational activists, school board administrators, college and university faculty, and other educational professionals who are concerned with language and literacy education.

This program examines the relationships of literacies in language, and language in literacies, across communities, societies, instructional environments, and informal learning settings.

New for the 2020-21 academic year: a concentration within the MEd on Language Teaching. Please visit our "About Our Program" page for more information.

We are accepting applications for the LLE MEd degree for the 2020-21 academic year.  Please be advised that the application deadline for the LLE full-time and part-time MEd is Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

For admissions information on all CTL degrees, please visit our website (click on any of the links under the 'Graduate Programs' heading).  


Master of Education Open House
Saturday, February 29 - 9:30am-1:30pm
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 252 Bloor Street West

Learn how a Master of Education degree can help you achieve your academic and professional goals at the OISE MEd Open House! Join us on Saturday, February 29 to learn more about the programs offered, the career possibilities upon graduation and for the opportunity to speak with OISE faculty and staff. Register online at 


Professional Growth

Discover new instructional approaches and new teaching ideas.



Study part-time or full-time. Courses are offered year-round, day and evenings, with many courses online.


World Renowned Faculty

Study alongside leading scholars and researchers thinking critically ​about issues that matter in education.