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Program details

Intensive daytime program details- 260 course hours per level

The Intensive program (6 levels) is primarily designed to prepare students to enter English language universities or colleges and to offer language training to professionals or business people who require a high level of competency in English. Individuals looking for English for travel, social or other personal reasons will also find this a stimulating and engaging program. In this integrated-skills program, students will practice and develop skills by participating in a variety of learning activities including discussions, oral presentations and debates as well as audio and video listening activities. Students will also learn strategies for reading academic and non-academic texts, and for writing compositions, reports and essays.

A variety of activities, learning support resources and new technologies are an integral part of the Intensive Program. Community-based projects and outings give students additional opportunities to practice their English skills outside of the classroom. Learning support is also provided through after-school study programs in our Computer Labs and Study Hall, where students can work on their assignments, get extra individualized help with one of our instructors or work in study groups. Social activities and field trips are organized each session for students to enjoy the culture and four seasons of Canada.

  • Ten-week sessions offered in Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer
  • 26 hours per week of English instruction
  • Classes at 6 different levels, from elementary to advanced
  • Placement test required; placement testing takes place one week prior to the start date of your course
  • Students must be at least eighteen (18) years of age to enrol in our program
  • Tuition fees include testing, placement, and a student course book 

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