Full time and part time English as a Second Language (ESL) courses, as well as test preparation courses are offered at our Bay and Queen Campus.
Students gain functional knowledge of English and will be able to participate in common conversations, as well as developing proficiency in all four skills – Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.
They will be better prepared for further studies, immigration and residency applications, professional exams and further career opportunities.
Full-time ESL is 20 hours per week, which includes 15 hours of in-class instruction plus 5 hours of ESL activities such as movie sessions, field trips, labs and more.
Student takes the Cambridge placement test to determine level and choose a start date
|ESL Levels||Weeks||Tuition Fees||Admin Fee||Course Books||Total Fees|
|Beginner||12||4920 $||$ 200||$ 150|
|Elementary||12||4920 $||$ 200||$ 150|
|Pre-intermediate||12||4290 $||$ 200||$ 150|
|Intermediate||8||3280 $||$ 200||$ 150|
|High Intermediate||8||3280 $||$ 200||$ 150|
|Advanced||8||3280 $||$ 200||$ 150|
Improve your speaking skills and learn how to use conversational grammar and vocabulary to communicate in everyday life. You will also work on pronunciation skills and accent reduction. This program includes 5 hours of instruction per week and is for elementary, intermediate and upper-intermediate students.
This program prepares you for the IELTS exam which needed for employment, immigration to Canada or university studies and it will also help you to achieve their desired score in Academic or General Modules.
The Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) evaluates YOUR English listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills and is officially designated for permanent residence applications by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), and is for professional designations such as ICCRC. This program helps students to develop their four skills for a computer-delivered test.
The Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) Test measures the English language proficiency of students planning to study at Canadian universities and colleges, and is also accepted by professional designations such as ICCRC. This program prepares the students for an academic computer-delivered test which identifies the four skills for academic success.
You will focus on developing the language skills needed for success on the job or a specific area of academic or professional interest.
Learn how to better communicate in your legal profession. You will refine your communication skills through practice in a variety of authentic situations. The focus is to increase both accuracy and fluency to effectively interact with the general public. Learn strategies for writing clear, easily understood documentation, including reports, and e-mail memos. This course also offers a review of grammar, vocabulary and punctuation and includes 5 hours of instruction per week.
Business English skills are essential for getting ahead at work. Improve your business English vocabulary and knowledge to work more effectively and open up new career opportunities. In this program you will do activities to develop interview skills, write clear emails and increase awareness of business topics and issues. This program includes 5 hours of instruction per week in which you will watch videos, listen to podcasts or read articles.