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ILSC

  • Government accredited school
  • College entrance preparation course
  • Broad curriculum

About ILSC

ILSC Language Schools has been offering language training programs to International students from more than 100 countries since 1991 and is the largest and longest running of ILSC Education Group’s 5 divisions, which also include vocational Colleges, Teacher Training, Language Training for Business, and Continuing Education. Since opening its first school in Vancouver, BC, Canada in 1991, ILSC has become a world leader in language training and has grown to include 7 incredible locations around the world, in Vancouver, Toronto and Montréal, Canada; New Delhi, India; and Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia.

Why ILSC Language Schools

ILSC has three key beliefs that guide their teaching philosophy:
  1. Learning works better when it is student-centred:  ILSC combines a set curriculum with the flexibility to accommodate each student’s special interests and learning needs.  Students will be motivated to learn about things that personally interest them by choosing from over 100+ unique courses and programs.
  2. Learning works faster when it is made part of the experiences of daily life: Immersion learning through role-playing, field trips, and group learning activities helps students integrate the language more quickly.
  3. People learn best when they are confident, at ease and happy: At ILSC, students will be part of a community of staff, teachers, and fellow students who will support their success on a fantastic learning adventure.

Voice of ILSC students

It is one of the big language schools in Toronto, and because there are many students,I have made friends from various countries. Classes are selected like university, and various unique classes such as classes to explore Toronto city, classes to discuss social problems, classes specialized only for prepositions, etc I felt it was a very good system to learn and understand.
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The point I think was good to choose ILSC as a language school to learn English was the size of the class. The ILSC has a large number of students, not only from Asians, but also from people from South America such as Brazil and Mexicans, and many people from Turkey and Europe, and I was able to understand various people's way of thinking. Also, you can take classes that suits yourself.
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ILSC

  • Distance from the nearest station : Immediately from St Patrick station
  • Class average number of people: 13 people Maximum 15 people
  • Year established: 2000
  • Number of levels: Levels 1-10
  • DLI number: O 19375697742 (Toronto school)

Campus Location

443 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5G 2H6

Learn more about ILSC

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The ILSC curriculum is characterized by being able to choose a curriculum according to students’ needs, from part time of 3 hours a day, 4.5 hours, full time of 6 hours. Each elective subject of LSC can be changed in one session (every 4 weeks). In order to decide which subjects will be taken in the next session after consultation with the teacher in charge, even if there are more than 130 optional subjects, you can take subjects suitable for you without having to worry. As the level goes up, the lesson content becomes more practical, it is a program that you can learn to use English confidently, such as discussion, field work, presentation. There is an environment where you can study hard at home and it is possible to send a fruitful study abroad life that does not get tired even if you go through long-term. 

It is a program that combines learning English and practical social experience in Canada. In the program, you can combine free volunteers with NPOs tailored to student skills and interests to a full-time intensive or full-time schedule. 

Volunteers are experienced volunteers at Canadian companies and organizations that are aggressive and innovative in contributing to society while polishing language skills in a variety of fields such as art, tourism, the environment, communities, non-profit organizations . In this program, you can add volunteer experience to your resume, practice language skills in the community, and have opportunities to contribute to society in areas where students are interested.

Greystone College at the LSC attached vocational school is a school focusing on the development of English teachers. 

Teaching English to someone can learn English skills that are one level higher than learning English by themselves. Even those who are not aimed at English teachers will be able to learn advanced things by learning English teaching methods, self-directed learning by themselves more effective.

Facilities

  • Lounge
  • Computer Lab
  • Cafe
  • Wi Fi